Demonstrate the ability to lead efforts to capture users' needs by performing requirements elicitation directly with stakeholders, drafting conops, and documenting requirements to implement changes to the nga and nsg operational baselines.
Support development teams and product stakeholders in an agile development environment to deliver functionality on a defined agile cadence. This product development support effort ranges from crafting high level capability epics down to the satisfaction of low level development stories and tasks.
The innovation engineering team is responsible for working with mission stakeholders to understand their needs, as well as their obstacles to achieving their goals. Translate and post problems to elicit innovative solutions from industry and other geoint community stakeholders, communicating to industry through outreach.
Develop operations concepts in support of establishing new capabilities, architectural trades to assess efficient implementation of new capabilities and develop requirements in support of new capabilities defined through the Request for Change (RFC) process.
Lead the development of key project products, such as mission documents, engineering assessments, weekly status reports, technical analysis reports, integration plans, test plans, schedules, and briefings.
This Systems Engineer (SE) will lead External Site Architecture Transition (ESAT) Team technical project/tasks, and must have excellent SE&I, project engineering, and written and verbal communications skills, and be adept at working in a highly dynamic environment, composed of multiple NGA initiatives, associated phased developments, and programmatic dependencies.