Oasis Systems

  • System Engineer (Taiwan)

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 3 months ago(3/30/2018 9:50 AM)
    Requisition Number
    2017-6942
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Provide System Engineering support to the International Programs & Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program office (AFLCMC/HBN), which is within the Battle Management Directorate (AFLCMC/HB) at Hanscom AFB, MA.

    Qualifications

     

    • Bachelor’s degree and 7 years of relevant experience.
    • Experience on DoD or Air Force acquisition programs desired.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in an IPT environment.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Candidate must have an active US security clearance.

    Responsibilities

     

    • Provide systems engineering planning, process and development oversight execution capability to the FMS program office for C2 and Long/Medium Range Radar projects in Taiwan.
    • Provides engineering and technical expertise for advice/counsel to the Government program office to support technical planning, cost estimating and proposal evaluations.
    • Identify and address program technical issues and in the preparation of necessary technical documents and briefings.
    • Reviews/Assesses contractor delivered artifacts and provides detail justification of analysis and recommendations.
    • Attend Technical Interchange Meetings with prime contractors providing technical evaluations of analyses and trade off activities, assessments of contractor technical efforts, and recommendations to the program office.
    • Provide engineering support to various IPTs and Working Groups communicating engineering objectives and system level technical inputs.
    • Support real-time hardware applications for complex sensor systems with in-depth understanding of sensor sub-system design.
    • Exercises a high degree of originality and sound judgment in formulating, evaluating, and correlating broad engineering/scientific concepts, guiding the analysis of unique problems, and developing new and improved techniques and methods.

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