Configuration Manager, Senior

Overview

On Site
Full Time

Skills

Legacy systems
Spectrum
SOW
Data management
IPT
Design review
Planning
Computer hardware
Design
Auditing
Customer Care and Billing
Administration
Research
Documentation
Change management
Presentations
Decision-making
Adobe AIR
Leadership
Change control
Accounting
Data
Security clearance
Business analytics
Business analysis
Mergers and acquisitions
Management
Configuration Management
Process improvement
Communication
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Job Details

Overview

Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking a Configuration Manager at the Senior level in support of the Nuclear Command, Control, Communications (NC3) Integration program. The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications Integration Directorate (AFNWC/NC) mission is to deliver integrated NC3 capabilities warfighters use every day to deter and assure. The Directorate ensures ongoing NC3 programs, legacy systems and new capabilities are fully integrated as part of the Air Force's overall effort to sustain, modernize, and recapitalize the nuclear enterprise. The Directorate serves as an integrator ensuring that current and future NC3 capabilities across the spectrum are being evaluated and considered in concert.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the duties listed below

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the duties listed below, as outlined in the contract statement of work:
  • Providing system-of-systems configuration management support to the functions of planning, configuration identification, configuration control/change management, configuration status accounting, configuration verification and audit, and data management.
  • Assisting the government in developing and administering configuration management plans, maintaining design traceability and integrity, convening and managing change boards, and preparing for and attending forums and events such as, but not limited to: Integrated Project Teams (IPT), Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs), Preliminary Design Reviews (PDRs), Critical Design Reviews (CDRs), Physical Configuration Audits (PCAs), Functional Configuration Audits (FCAs), and Configuration Control Boards (CCBs).
  • Providing expertise in engineering documents, design drawings, engineering changes, notices, and planning, configuration of software and hardware, and knowledge of design audits to enable Government ownership of the program technical baseline.
  • Supporting the development and administration of processes to coordinate technical data packages for CCB approval.
  • Supporting the identification, fielding, and administration of Configuration Management tools.
  • Performing Configuration Management tasks consistent with EIA-649, MIL-HDBK-61, IEEE-824-2012, and related DODIs, standards and guides that include but are not limited to:
    • Performing on-site technical surveys to document communication capabilities of airborne, fixed site, and mobile/transportable platforms in the AN/USQ-225
    • Interfacing with Air Force, Navy, and Joint organizations to, research, analyze, and validate platform documentation for the AN/USQ-225
    • Participating in AN/USQ-225 and enterprise Change Management Processes including, but not limited to: the development of leadership information packages, presentation of concepts, and the development of briefings and technical data packages that will aid senior leader and stakeholder decision making.
    • Reviewing and analyzing proposed changes to ensure operational and sustainment capabilities are not adversely affected.
    • Providing expertise in technical concepts, data, and information on communications systems across Air Force airborne and ground-based platforms, fixed facilities and mobile/transportable support, as well technical concepts to interpret, analyze, and document the AN/USQ-225
    • Assisting with managing the AN/USQ-225 configuration baseline and inform leadership on decisions that will shape future baselines
    • Providing briefings to management, stakeholders, and team members on status and content of AN/USQ-225 configuration
    • Maintaining Configuration Management files including configuration identification, change control and status accounting records
    • Providing government all relevant program artifacts collected via electronic, hard copy and/or uploaded to designated data repositories


Education, Requirements and Qualifications

  • Minimum of an Active Secret security clearance but a Top Secret clearance with Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) preferred.
  • Preferred: BA/BS Degree or MA/MS Degree.
  • Over 10 years of related configuration management experience.
  • Ability to work on high-visibility or mission critical aspects of a given program and performs all functional duties independently.
  • May oversee the efforts of less senior staff and/or be responsible for the efforts of all staff assigned to a specific job.
  • Must have certification in Configuration Management from the Configuration Management Process Improvement Center (CMPIC), or ability to have it completed at the next available session upon hire.
  • Prior Nuclear Command, Control, Communications (NC3) experience preferred.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Willingness to travel if required.


Working Conditions and Physical Requirements

  • Position may require lifting of objects not to exceed 25 lbs.
  • May be required to walk/travel across work location.
  • May be required to stand for extended period.

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