Plan and review airworthiness artifacts and flight clearances in support of the acceptance of SDD and LRIP jets with new block capabilities or configurations. Coordinate the receipt and distribution of airworthiness artifacts to technical area experts of all US and partner services and plan and schedule flight clearance reviews in accordance with program requirements and schedules.
Maintain responsibility for the design, installation, and support for a variety of audio visual (AV) and video teleconferencing (VTC) projects. Provide and update A/V drawing packages and create system equipment and parts lists.
The engineer will ensure the appropriate Ports, Protocols and Services (PPS) that are requested as part of firewall request are in compliance with applicable guidance (DoD/DISA, Navy/NAVSEA); and that any exceptions and/or waivers are properly approved.
Provide system programming support for the design, integration, and testing of Audio/Video (A/V) Systems. Maintain responsibility for writing communication modules, loading and testing code, and developing code for Communications Electronics and Advanced Technology (CEAT) projects.
The candidate shall participate in the CODE Open Architecture activities to assist with the definition of autonomy functions and interfaces, provide technical and programmatic reviews and establish and maintain technical risk mitigation plans for the program.
Technical problem-solving skills; ability to see the big picture;ability to conceptualize, develop, and implement solutions; and
ability to partner well with internal and external organizations including the product owner and scrum master.
Perform realtime CND incident handling, including forensic collections, intrusion correlation or tracking, threat analysis, and direct system remediation tasks to support deployable Incident Response Teams (IRTs).
As an Linux Systems Administrator you will configure, integrate, and provide support to the end-user and infrastructure. The type of underlying components that support the infrastructure typically include Linux, Windows and Apple workstations to server systems.