In this role, you will assist the developer with planning, setting up, and testing the product under development at multiple test ranges, including Eglin AFB, Redstone Arsenal, China Lake, and Aberdeen Proving Ground.
The successful candidate should be familiar with acquisition documentation including Program Protection Plans, Test and Evaluation Master Plans, cost analyses, risk analysis, plans, technical development strategies, Technical Data Packages, security classification guides, work breakdown structures, test methodology, Concept of Employment (CONEMPS) and systems engineering plans.
In this role, you will be responsible for the network and computational infrastructure used by TSSC software engineering, courseware development, configuration management and integration/test teams who collectively sustain fielded F-35 training system products.
In this role, you will provide network engineering to manage, maintain, enhance and secure ( the network infrastructure and application components. Install, configure, and maintain network switches, routers, workstations, servers and other peripherals that support LAN/WAN activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for the network and computational infrastructure used by tssc software engineering, courseware development, configuration management and integration/test teams who collectively sustain fielded f-35 training system products.
In this role, you will work as a member of a diverse engineering team to ensure all operating mission nodes ( operations centers, airborne weapon systems, ground teams, and other ) can interoperate and execute synchronized mission activities via their mission systems, connected through various mission networks.
In this role, you will support all Command and Control Mission Systems (C2MS), their associated software, hardware, configurations, and architectures as listed as part of the Specialized Automated Mission Suite (SAMS).