• SOSE&I Vehicle Integration (VI) Operations Engineer / Engineer II

    Job Locations US-TX-Ft. Bliss
    Posted Date 1 week ago(5/17/2018 1:49 PM)
    ID
    2018-2413
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Program Support
  • Overview

    BRTRC Federal Solutions is seeking an Operations Engineer to support the US Army and SoSE&I. This is an onsite position at Fort Bliss, Texas, with possible support at White Sands Missile Range (WSMR), New Mexico, the local travel area, and telecommuting with management approval. Travel to other performance locations CONUS may be required.

    Responsibilities

    • The Engineer will need to understand and communicate MCN 2020 Focus end-states with the objectives and requirements of NIE/JWA participating systems.
    • Where applicable, the Engineer must provide in-depth analysis to highlight or assist with identified processes and/or events requiring risk mitigation, technical engineering, and network analysis for Planning and Operations.
    • The Engineer will conduct high-level planning and analysis in support of NIE and JWA objectives.
    • The Engineer will be asked to interpret Capability Set Architectures with regards to IBCT, SBCT, and ABCTs.
    • The Engineer will be asked to interpret and Test Resource Plans.
    • The Engineer may be asked to participate and contribute to Candidate Selection Processes, Concepts and Capability Review Boards, Configuration Management Boards, Technical Exchange Meetings, and various working groups for network and joint and multinational operations.

    Qualifications

    • Must understand Military Operations and Tactics, Techniques and Procedures.
    • Must have knowledge and experience with platform integration.
    • Current DoD security clearance is required.

    We offer a competitive salary, exceptional benefits, and a professional work environment.

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