The mission of Marine Corps Systems Command is to serve as the Department of the Navy's (DON) systems command for Marine Corps ground weapon and information technology system programs in order to equip and sustain Marine forces with full-spectrum, current and future expeditionary and crisis response capabilities.
This effort is in support of PM Intelligence Systems (PMIS) in research and development, acquisition, and sustainment of cutting edge tactical intelligence collection, processing and dissemination equipment as well as ground electronic warfare (EW) systems.
- Development of System View (SV), Standards Views (StdV), Project View (PV), and Capability View (CV) DoDAF 2.0 architecture documentation in UNICOM System Architect for multiple intelligence programs.
- Support architecture comment adjudication and updates to intelligence solution architectures for Information Support Plan (ISP) development including coordination with stakeholders for final adjudication.
- Review and analysis of DoD taskers for PMIS equities as it relates to architectural data captured.
- Support to the Interface Control Working Group (ICWG) to ensure current PMIS interfaces are documented correctly in the architecture products and inform updates to the interface control documents.
- Support JITC testing external interface documents and the creation of interface diagrams for PMIS derived from solution architectures and multiple other sources.
- Support program acquisition and baseline documentation for architectural data to support development including System Engineering Plans (SEP's), Interface Requirement Specifications (IRS), test plans, and multiple others.
- Ensure Net Ready Key Performance Parameters (NR-KPP) and Requirements documentation (Capability Development Document (CDD), etc..) have the correctly aligned architectural information included and are synced with the detailed system level documentation for architecture equities.
- Support PMIS at architectural forums within the Marine Corps for Marine Corps Intel equities as it relates to solution and segment architecture development.
- Knowledge of detailed technical studies, conducting analysis of current and future requirements relating to design, all phase of testing and fielding, and mission effectiveness.
- Prior military intelligence experience (enlisted or officer) is preferred.
Collateral Secret to start, TS/SCI eligible
Systems Architecture Certified (Enterprise Architect, CEA)
Must have four (4) years’ experience with at least three (3) of the following:
(b) Systems Engineering
(c) Acquisition Management
(d) Software Engineering
(e) Configuration Management
Years of Experience
10-12 years w/Bachelors Degree
07-09 years w/Masters Degree