Supervises the work of a group of systems engineers in the development or modification of complex software programs to enhance an operating system. Provides functional and empirical analysis related to the design, development, and implementation of hardware and software operating systems for the organization's products. Responsible for instruction, work assignments, and performance of less experienced systems engineers. Prepares employee performance evaluations of subordinates. Develops work schedules and completes administrative reports, e.g.,time cards, daily statistics, logs, and task narratives.
Coordinates the activities of the systems engineering department with other sections of the corporation's information systems operation.
Performs as the technical expert with thorough understanding of the business application of an assigned project.
Creates fully developed project plans with milestones and timelines, identifies necessary resources to ensure the successful completion of the project within budget and on time.
Executes best communication practices in systems engineering.
Directs the Systems Engineering team efforts needed to complete projects to include time management and project de-confliction.
Assigns work to and trains lower-level staff based on priorities, difficulty of assignments, and the capabilities of staff. Interfaces with internal and external customers to develop communication requirements.
Advises management of project shortfalls and propose alternate feasible solutions.
Plans and schedules new systems engineering projects with client and other teams, including the identification of objectives, time frames, costs, and manpower requirements.
Analyzes system and program requirements for complex projects. Identifies multiple solutions to complex problems. Interfaces with clients to determine requirements, resolve problems, and perform testing.
Performs modifications to and maintenance of operational programs and procedures.
Monitors and signs timecards and other supervisory administrative tasks. Develops performance plans and evaluations of employees, as well as reviews evaluations to assure equity of individual employee performance objectives, standards and ratings.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
A Bachelor's of Science (BS) degree from an accredited college or university in an engineering, scientific, or technical discipline, or ten (10) years of a demonstrated and established knowledge base and subject matter expertise relevant to specific technical disciplines of the SOW, including the qualifications below.
In addition, ten (10) years professional systems engineering experience with a DoD major platform, weapon, Command and Control (C2), or fire control systems program, with five years concurrent experience as a team leader performing system engineering and mission engineering efforts that include developing requirements, top level designs and system architectures for software intensive systems. This includes experience related to the identification, analysis and resolution of complex systems engineering design issues involving platform, weapon, C2, and fire control systems for Navy/Joint warfighting capabilities.
Specialized Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Experience -“ Si x(6) year s of specialized demonstrate d expertis e i n tota l lif e cycl e system developmen t fo r a majo r weapo n system, supportin g achievemen t o f mileston e decision s and concep t o f operations, an d initia l desig n developmen t fro m uppe r leve l requirement s fo r Foreign Militar y Sale s(FMS) cases. Thre e(3) year s o f experienc e i n FM S syste m platfor m integration.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.