System Engineer II
22265 Pacific Boulevard Annapolis Junction, MD 20166
Systems Engineer II
Program requires a TS SCI and polygraph
This program provides Systems Engineering, Integration and Test services to the customer, to ensure that their systems are fully secure within this multiple enclave set up.
Day to Day responsibilities:
This individual will come in and provide expertise with, Systems Architecture, Analysis of Alternatives (AoA), Trade Studies, Engineering Change Requests (ECR), tracking discrepancy reports (DRs). They will work in and support agile development teams, as well as their performing requirements management, and help with developing software designs and test artifacts.
This role requires experience with full SDLC activities that includes the ability to work in an agile product development team environment, derive system-level requirements, document system interfaces and dependencies, perform Trade Studies and Analysis of Alternative (AoA), manage risks and support technical leadership. Experience with implementing PKI-controlled access. This person will be working with Architecture frameworks (i.e., DoDAF 2.0, TOGAF, FEAF) with the ability to develop artifacts and familiarity with architecture development tools. Understanding of the DevOps methodology. They will be developing strategic and implementation plans for large scale information systems for over 100 users.
MUST HAVE 12 years total in the following:
Designing complex collection systems; integrating systems using multiple operating systems (Solaris, Linux, and Windows 2000); performing tradeoff studies; System performance analysis.
Experience (Model Based System Engineering) such as CAMEO or SYSml
Experience in the Agile Scrum methodology.
Have a Bachelor' s degree in a related field (e.g., Business Management, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Information Management, Program Management etc.), or two (2) years of additional relevant experience above all experience requirements listed, in lieu of a Bachelor' s degree.
Experience in implementing solutions with PKl-controlled access is desired.