System Engineer Mid-Level NEE056
IC-CAP LLC is a Woman Owned / HUBZone Small Business working in the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. We are always looking for highly talented, energetic, and dynamic professionals that are interested in protecting the defense of our nation.
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We are looking to fill this position at the following location(s):
- Springfield, VA
Systems Engineer Mid-Level:
Overall Assignment Description:
Applied systems engineering and integration expertise, preferably with experience working at NGA, Westfields MP or relevant environment. Must be a go getter - willing to roll up sleeves, understand high level direction/tasking/framework, then independently and jointly collaborate with others to meet TIP government intent. Adept at working across (TIP) teams and organizational boundaries confidently to lead and facilitate integration. (soft skills). This is not a position for someone who’ll just wait for a task(s) from GPOC.
Strong applied experience developing organization level (engineering) processes and then successfully implementing and using them, in a relevant environment – think Carnegie Mellon’s CMMI, DAWIA.
Strong understanding and applied experience in end-to-end systems engineering lifecycle from requirements to transition to operations and disposal: The ability to understand (on his/her own) where TIP is in the SE lifecycle for any given project/effort, then identify where gaps exist, make recommendations/develop proposals that can be implemented ideas to address gaps. So this could include configuration management/RFCs but this is just one aspect of the SE lifecycle.
Strong ability to lead group discussions and facilitate resolution, when discussions get off track or heated.
Quick thinker and strong analysis skills, moves out and produces results in a timely manner.
Conducts requirements engineering, solutions engineering, scheduling, reliability, resiliency, services development, integration, test and evaluation, maintainability and analysis across the National System of Geospatial-intelligence (NSG), Allied System of Geospatial-intelligence (ASG) and Federal Agencies.
Conducts planning, analysis/traceability of user requirements, architectures traceability, procedures, and problems to automate or improve existing systems and review cloud service capabilities, workflow, and scheduling limitations.
Develops solutions designs based on analysis of requirements and new technology and mentor Junior Engineers in developing these skill sets.
Assists the Government in the capture and translation of mission and customer requirements/needs into systems/capability requirements and solutions.
Supports the analyses and allocation of requirements to systems architecture components and executing programs.
Assists the Government in performing systems integration activities.
Assists with Analysis of Alternatives (AoAs), Course of Actions (CoAs), Trade Studies, and Engineering Assessments.
Assists the Government in strategic technical planning, project management, performance engineering, risk management and interface design.
Ability to solve complex problems, lead a team(s) and work independently and proactively with minimal supervision.
Skills and Experience:
Mid-level experience in government or industry in relevant work areas including: DoD/IC Acquisition Process, Requirements Process, PPBES Process or system engineering of large complex System of Systems or Service Oriented Architecture/Cloud environments.
Mid-level experience system engineering experience in government or industry. Experience communicating and collaborating both within and external to organization.
Familiarity and/or applied experience in documenting and/or working with product format and definitions, metadata (e.g. NITF 2.1, NSGPDD, DSDD).
Applied systems engineering and integration expertise, preferably with experience working at NGA, Westfields MP or relevant environment.
Strong applied experience developing organization level (engineering) processes and then successfully implementing and using them, in a relevant environment (Carnegie Mellon’s CMMI, DAWIA).
Strong understanding and applied experience in end-to-end systems engineering lifecycle from requirements to transition to operations and disposal.
Strong ability to lead group discussions and facilitate resolution
Mid-Level Experience (6+ to 12 years)
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Systems Engineering or in related technical or scientific fields such as engineering, physics, mathematics, operations research, engineering management, Computer Science, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or related STEM degree program, or equivalent Mid-Level Systems Engineer work experience.