What You’ll Get to Do:
CACI has an opening for a Systems Engineer to support the H50 Tomahawk Weapons Systems program at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division on an effort that will provide Systems Engineering, Software Development, and Test & Evaluation. Program Management support may include updatingschedules in support of mission planning in all three development areas.
More About the Role:
- Identifies system requirements for operations and security, and work with other engineers and staff to develop designs and integrate components.
- Performs system designs, developments and product verification testing on power, control systems, software, hardware, and equipment.
- Develops the operations, management, integration & security requirements.
- Develops and documents system architecture, including relevant user cases.
- Develops security procedures for design reviews, and for operational monitoring, recording, and responding to securityevents.
- Develops the client/company operations & system integration plan including end-to-end scenarios including schedules and budgets.
- Develops verification plans based on requirements and architecture documents.
- Defines operations, security and integration tool requirements to allow users to evaluate and analyze their network resources for performance and scalability in test-bed and modeled environments. Provides technical direction and oversees integration and prototype development efforts.
- Develops models for future architectural enhancements to system hardware.
- Manages installation, maintenance and support of complex technical infrastructures, hardware, and system software components.
- Manages and tunes platforms to ensure expected availability and performance levels are achieved. Responsible for the instructing, assigning, and overseeing the performance of less experienced software systems engineers.
- Coordinates the activities of the software engineering department with other sections of the corporation's information systems operation.
- Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
- A Bachelor's of Science (BS) degree from an accredited college or university in an engineering, scientific, or technical discipline; or six (6) years of demonstrated subject matter expertise in the discipline of logistics functions and applications, including the qualifications below; or US Naval operational experience at the E7 level or higher.
- Ability to develop logistic support requirements, identify and establish linkage between functions and tasks common to multiple organizational missions.
- Four (4) years of concurrent experience, demonstrated for current Navy programs such as Tomahawk, in performing management functions involving the development of project management support OR training products, sparing allocation, and embedded help/training for a major weapon control system.
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
- Four (4) years professional or operational experience in developing logistics support requirements and applicable documentation for a major DOD weapon systems program that employs the use of GOTS and COTS products. This includes three (3) years of concurrent experience in logistics management concepts, policies, systems, and practices in order to provide extensive analysis of current and future logistics infrastructure.
- Experience supporting Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) planning and tracking software.