Oasis Systems

  • Systems Engineer (UEWR)

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 1 month ago(5/18/2018 1:56 PM)
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  • Overview


    Provide Systems Engineering support to the Upgraded Early Warning Radar (UEWR) program office, which is within the Strategic Warning & Surveillance Systems (SW&SS) Division at Hanscom AFB, MA.





    • Bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline is required.
    • Knowledge of DoD, Air Force, systems acquisitions, and program management is required.
    • Must be able to apply qualitative and quantitative techniques for gathering, analyzing, and measuring acquisition program effectiveness, efficiency and productivity.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills required.
    • Must be able to work independently on tasks relevant to the basic contract without assistance from other contractor employees.
    • Candidate must have an active US security clearance



    • Conduct reviews on program portfolio to evaluate and/or recommend alternate plans, improve systems engineering programs/processes, manage/sustain program technical baseline, and design/perform system level tests to assure that subsystems and system performance is achieved in accordance with approved specifications.
    • Perform program reviews to evaluate alternative proposed plans, systems engineering programs, design and test results to assure system performance is achieved.
    • Prepare technical documents which define, specify and recommend system/subsystem characteristics.
    • Prepare reports and conducts technical presentations for planing, implementation and corrective action using application of engineering economy principles.
    • Performa validation of systems, including development of criteria and procedures.
    • Provide engineering support servies and inputs to program and project risk management activities in compliance with AF SEAM processes.




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