Oasis Systems

Systems Modeler SME

Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
Requisition Number
2022-12185
Posted Date
6 months ago(4/14/2022 11:26 AM)
Category
Engineering

Overview

Oasis Systems is looking for an experienced Systems Modeler SME to join the Survivable Airborne Operations Center (SAOC) Program at Hanscom AFB.  The SAOC program is a Major Defense Acquisition Program tasked with leading the development and delivery of the replacement fleet for the E-4B National Airborne Operations (NAOC).  The E-4B fleet provides airborne national level command and control (C2) in support of SecDef and other national security leadership.  The assigned Systems Modeler SME will work in direct support of government engineers and program managers through the acquisition cycle of the program.  The ideal candidate will perform work that applies a broad theoretical and practical knowledge of Systems Based Engineering to the acquisition process. The contractor shall be able to:

 

LOCATION: Hanscom AFB, MA 
JOB STATUS: Full time

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Demonstrate expertise in the use of Cameo Enterprise Architect to create SysML diagrams to capture mission thread, requirements, and architecture information. 
  • The contractor shall create templates for use in capturing information necessary to populate SysML models as needed. 
  • The contractor shall develop model structure, taxonomy, orthology, and any other applicable model attributes, leveraging enterprise architecture frameworks such as DoDAF and UAF as appropriate. 
  • The contractor shall assist other program office teams and personnel with integration into the digital environment.  The contractor shall convert SysML models developed in other applications into Cameo Enterprise Architect. 
  • The contractor shall establish traceability between data in Cameo and Enovia, including the use of appropriate middleware as needed. 
  • The contractor shall interface with all aspects of the Program Management Office (PMO), the End User community, and key stakeholders representatives to report project findings and status. 
  • The contractor shall create, review, and provide input to acquisition program artifacts including requirements, program plans, milestone documentation, and system models.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: BA/BS in technical field (e.g., engineering, computer science, or similar) required, master’s degree desired. Minimum 6 years of experience in SysML model creation. 3+ years of experience with Cameo Enterprise Architect highly desired.

  • Experience with other Dassault software including 3DExperience, Enovia, and Catia desired. OMG-Certified Systems Modeling Professional (OCSMP) Model Builder – Intermediate certification desired

  • MUST have an active US security clearance.

 

Who We Are
Oasis Systems is a premier provider of customer-driven, cost-effective and quality Engineering Services; Enterprise Systems and Applications; Human Factors Engineering; Information Technology and Cyber Security; Professional Services; and Specialized Engineering Solutions to the Department of Defense, FAA, NRC and other federal agencies.

 

We strive to be an exciting and welcoming company that attracts, develops, motivates and retains the most talented, skilled and dedicated people in the industry; where they are encouraged to achieve personal excellence, purpose, and their full potential and career aspirations; while supporting mission-critical national security technologies and programs.

 

Oasis Systems is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of any legally protected characteristic including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, ancestry, age, medical condition, military veteran status or on the basis of physical handicap which, with reasonable accommodation, render the application to satisfactorily perform the job available.

 

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