Participate in program integrated product teams (IPTs) and drive the proper application of systems engineering processes. Support the DoD 5000 process for system acquisitions, including systems engineering plans, System Engineering Technical Reviews (SETR), system certification processes, and specialty engineering activities.
The candidate will have strong written and verbal communication skills and have ability to work independently yet collaboratively in a team environment. The successful candidate will generate briefings and present material to team members, customers, and Raytheon management as necessary.
Experience in formulating and writing system documents, to include CONOPS, data flows, integration, SSP contributions, trade/gap analysis, and user guides; experience in all areas of integration (designing, analyzing, and implementing).
Responsible for coordination of Security Incidents and Investigations for Cyber Security Operations Center to include nefarious activity identification, data spills ICVM compliance reporting and tracking IAW published governance.
The ideal candidate will be well versed in all aspects of systems engineering including: requirements definition, system architecture, design tradeoffs, technical analysis, verification, and risk assessment.
The IDMS Senior Systems Engineer will be responsible for the design, administration, management, execution and maintenance of identity and directory management services solutions that are implemented to meet the needs of enterprise users and the enterprise architecture.
Conducts tests, which include collaborating with other teams and disciplines. Supports definition of operations concepts and procedure planning / development, interfacing with personnel from other organizations.
Analyze user's requirements, concept of operations documents, and high level system architectures to develop system requirements specifications, analyze system requirements, and lead design and development activities.
Responsible for the day-to-day management of the UNIX/LINUX server infrastructure. Provides leadership to the UNIX/LINUX Server team, overseeing activities administering, designing, and implementing RedHat Linux server based solutions. Responsible for incident management as it relates to the UNIX/LINUX server infrastructure. Performs advanced troubleshooting of complex system issues. Works primarily in a virtualized environment.
Support targeting trade craft modernization efforts and activities to develop and train the workforce in targeting processes and best practices, assess targeting deficiencies and risks, and develop remediation approaches and plans.
Experience with test and deploy of an enterprise identity and access (IAM) solution to provide central management and single sign; administered and updated table configurations as needed for provisioning policies.
Performs complex systems development and design work that may include logic design; I/O design; firmware development; model formulation; manufacturing and development cost projections; computer architecture analysis and design; and analog or digital systems engineering.