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The Candidate shall act as engineering team leader or supervisor, developing engineering procedures and controls, managing project efforts, and taking the lead in problem resolution for aircraft research, development, production, and lifecycle acquisition and sustainment activities; interface with weapons system Contractors, vendors, and Government representatives regarding the technical aspects of engineering activities; independently apply engineering principles to investigate, analyze, plan, oversee, and evaluate weapons system development and sustainment activities; review and prepare engineering and technical analyses, reports, change proposals, and other technical documentation; and provide engineering expertise, oversight, and participation to activities involving weapons system and associated support equipment hardware/software development, integration and test, configuration management, quality assurance testing, and acquisition and resource management.
The Candidate shall provide advisory and draft documentation support for the development and acquisition of new capabilities and upgrades to existing capabilities to meet requirements to include QRC or other rapid fielding requirements while providing simultaneous support to multiple PMs.
The Candidate shall assist the PM by analyzing operational capability requirements and providing advisory and draft documentation support for the preparation and coordination of key development, procurement, and sustainment planning documentation for efforts to include, but not be limited to; requirements definition, development of long-range plans, roadmaps, mission area plans, program plans, system integration plans, development of estimates for future budgets and program planning, contract actions (i.e., SOW, Technical Requirements Documents (TRDs) etc.), technical evaluation of proposals, status reports, briefings, test documentation, specifications, interface control documents, and other formal and informal documentation as required throughout the weapon systems life cycle.
Provide support to the planning and design of experiments, analyses, and modeling and simulation efforts, to further include follow-on development planning.
Support program technical interchange meetings, program management reviews, executive management reviews, test-related meetings (TRB, SRB, TRR, TPWGs, etc.), lab and flight test events, integrated product team meetings, software/hardware design reviews (i.e. PDR, CDR, FDR, etc.), platform integration meetings and meetings as otherwise required.
Develop recommendations for government consideration as to the adequacy of technical solutions relating to issues including, but not limited to, meeting all user requirements and expectations, all aspects of the overall weapons system performance and supportability, aircraft and air-worthiness certification, and equipment readiness.
Assist the PM by analyzing operational requirements, evolving requirements or deficiencies, investigating and recommending potential solutions, evaluating Contractor proposed design changes and solutions, overseeing the correction of deficiencies, and in general by providing engineering support to address any technical issues affecting all aspects of overall weapons system integration, capability or performance improvements, and supportability/sustainability.