Lead System Engineer

Location: Tampa, FL
Date Posted: 07-03-2018
Modeling & Simulation Software (M&S) Development, Operation, & Sustainment (DOS)

The Contractor shall perform and/or support studies, analyses, and the development of analytical models and/or databases to address Nuclear Weapons System Survivability, Nuclear Weapons Effect Survivability, and Nuclear Weapons Systems Surety. The Contractor shall design, develop, adapt, and execute mathematical, statistical, econometric, and other analytical methods/techniques to address the lifecycle of various weapons systems, the sustainment of the weapon stockpile, projected effectiveness of weapons, and the development and testing of weapons effects threats in various environments. These weapons systems may include: mission essential assets, delivery systems or platforms, associated support systems, equipment, facilities, personnel, command and control links, and supporting logistical infrastructure. The Contractor shall conduct system engineering technical reviews relative to specific task modeling and simulation tool projects to include, but not limited to, System Requirements Review (SRR), Preliminary Design Review (PDR), Critical Design Review (CDR) and Test Readiness Review (TRR).

 
  • The Lead System Engineer is required to have the appropriate clearance for the work being performed. The Lead System Engineer will be responsible for overseeing the system engineering related aspects of the contract and shall have demonstrated expertise in systems engineering concepts and processes.


Qualifications:
  • The Lead System Engineer should have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in science or engineering and at least 10 years of systems engineering experience relating to DoD projects, such as major weapons systems or major programs (e.g. ACAT).


SECURITY CLEARANCE IS REQUIRED
 
AC4S is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and vets
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