**All resumes will remain strictly confidential. US required due to federal government contract requirements.
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in the following areas:
Knowledge of various engineering disciplines such as electrical, mechanical, and systems. The ability to communicate with technical personnel from multiple skill areas and functions to evaluate technical information and issues impacting design, production, and support of products, services, or other deliverables.
Skill and ability to: collect, organize, synthesize, and analyze data; summarize findings; develop conclusions and recommendations from appropriate data sources.
Ability to establish test requirements from supporting documentation, test plans, internal and external customers. Knowledge of domestic and international regulations (e.g. FAA and DOD regulations) on the certification of test articles/vehicles to assure compliance of design.
Knowledge of how to derive and allocate requirements (e.g., system, sub-system, software) and show traceability throughout the product lifecycle.
Knowledge and understanding of phases of system development lifecycle including (requirements definition, system design, build/integrate, test and deployment).
Knowledge of systems design and scientific principles to develop, design, analyze, test, and validate solutions for complex systems and sub-systems.
Knowledge of relevant process, tools, technology, and competencies for Systems Engineering Management skill area which include one or more of the following: Customer Engineering; Systems Requirements and Architecture; Systems Engineering Technical Management; Systems Integration, Verification, and Validation; Ops Analysis / Systems Modeling and Simulation; Reliability, Maintainability, Testability, Human Systems Integration, Systems Safety, Survivability/Vulnerability/
Knowledge and understanding of the methodology and processes associated with risk management, conducting trade studies including cost as an independent variable (CAIV) trades. Ability to: identify and quantify potential risks areas within specific (depth) and across multiple engineering disciplines (breadth); understand design constraints (technical, cost & schedule); identify and trade alternatives (i.e., trade studies); select/recommend the best plan for mitigating risks; implement and execute plans for mitigating risk; and establish appropriate performance tracking metrics to track risk burndown over time. Ability to effectively utilize risk management tools (iso-risk charts/plots, waterfall, etc) to support program/project execution.