Oasis Systems

Counter Threat Engineer

US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
5 months ago
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Provide Engineering support to the Force Protection program office at Hanscom AFB, MA in the integration of security systems for the detection of airborne platforms.








  • Bachelor’s degree in a engineering discipline plus 5 years of Dept. of Defense experience is desired.
  • Position will require travel to all CONUS & European Command locations.
  • Must be able to work independently and communicate effectively
  • Candidate must be able to obtain, and maintain, the proper personnel security clearance required for this position.



  • Support Technical Solutions for R&D projects to include but not limited to:  supporting creation of functional and physical architectures, supporting requirements management, supporting establishment functional and design to baselines.
  • Support Design efforts to include but not limited to: support assessments of stakeholder needs, support concept of Operations assessment/refinement, support design of missioin and system baselines.
  • Support Engineer Management to include:  technical planning activities, assessment of system solutions, decision analyses and cost estimations.
  • Support Implementation/Execution of controlling processes to include:  Technical Risk Management, Interface Management, Configuration Management and Technical Data Management.
  • Support Verification, Validation and Transitioning  of the system to include:  supporting contractor verification of technical requirements; support design and implementation of test plans and procedures to validate system against stakeholder requirements; support establishment of system baseline to support transition into a program of record.
  • Support implementation and integration of the system to include:  support reviewing system implementation against the build to / code to baselines, support system integration reviews against the build to / code to baselines.
  • Responsible for keeping EUCOM and USAFE informed of the technical aspects of the system.


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