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Posted: Wednesday, November 8, 2017 1:14 AM

Principal RF Systems Engineer (Job Number:431402)
: SAIC is seeking a seasoned senior radio frequency or communications systems engineer and acquisition professional to provide systems engineering and technical support to the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center, Space Superiority Systems Directorate. SMC/SY equips U.S. forces with space control systems to gain, maintain, and exploit space superiority. It directs the planning, development, testing, deployment, and sustainment of a complex and dynamic portfolio of space:superiority capabilities of the highest national priority. The position requires an individual with space control mission area experience and specific expertise in extensive experience in technical programs, technical program management, and RF or communications systems engineering of large scale space and ground systems and/or new start technical demonstration space and ground systems. The successful candidate will have excellent communication and team skills. In addition, the candidate will be expected to continually balance and adjust work priorities to meet short term work suspense and rapidly evolving customer needs. The position is based in El Segundo, CA. Qualified applicants must possess as active TS/SCI clearance.
Key duties/responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Perform technical support and independent risk assessment and evaluation of program management execution, technical review execution (DoD 5000.02 framework), and systems engineering. Assess viability from a programmatic and technical execution perspective. Monitor RF and signal processing design and development and provide independent assessments, recommend system improvements and efficiencies. Review and assess design and supporting analysis. Support space system and communications system design engineering. Perform systems engineering for space systems. Be able to evaluate design solutions and assess architecture analysis. Develop and review technical requirements, evaluating technical proposals, review and assess software engineering and algorithm development, and CONOPS development. Translate technical requirements into work packages, evaluating technical proposals, manage modeling and simulation activities, and schedule management to deliver an end product. Provide technical and acquisition support to Government and contractor milestone reviews to assess progress, issues, and meeting mission requirements traceability. Ensure program level documentation is aligned with Directorate and higher headquarters guidance for program planning and execution. Develops and evaluates program level documentation for SMC/SY assigned programs in support of Directorate leadership. Engages and coordinates with SMC Center Staff, HQ AFSPC, and HQ USAF on behalf of Directorate leadership to resolve documentation issues in line with Directorate commanders intent and priorities. Provides leadership advice on: acquisition strategies for next:generation systems; program execution issues and recommendations; strategic messaging to key operational and acquisition government, industry, and media stakeholders.
Security Clearance : Must currently possess:
: TS/Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)
Security Clearance : Must be Able to Obtain:
: TS/SCI with Counter Intelligence (CI) Poly
Required Qualifications:
: Required Qualifications: 14+ years of experience in RF engineering development, technical program management, or communications systems engineering within the areas of Space, Space Control, Cyber, Reconnaissance, and/or warfighting systems/operational support. Bachelor of Science or Engineering degree in relevant discipline Active Top Secret/SCI clearance.
Desired Qualifications: Masters / Doctorate Degree in related field, PMP certification.
Prior Military Service Space Superiority Systems Directorate Overview: The Space Superiority Systems Directorate a


• Location: Los Angeles

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