Lead Systems Integration Engineer SATCOM
- Military veterans preferred
2020-10-17 SAIC (www.saic.com)
El Segundo California 90245 United States
SAIC is seeking a lead Systems Integration Engineer, to join our MILSATCOM Systems Engineering Integration and Test (MSEIT) team at our office in El Segundo, CA.
Our customer is at the forefront of acquiring major satellite communications systems, and our team provides the Systems Engineering & Integration between the multiple segments – spacecraft bus, payload, terminals, ground command, control, and planning as well as between Satellite Systems (AEHF, ESS, EPS, EPS-R, WGS, Protected Tactical).
As the lead Systems Integration Engineer, you will lead a small team to provide technical and programmatic support to identify, coordinate and resolve issues between SMC and the stakeholder community. You will ensure the requirements and capabilities reflect community expectations, and provide subject-matter expertise. You will develop Integration Plans and lead your team to execute those plans.
Define and execute Integration Plans for managing Systems Integration across the SMC SATCOM portfolio
Lead a small, dispersed team (3-5 persons) providing Systems Integration and engineering for legacy and emerging SATCOM programs at SMC
Provide subject matter expertise in Systems Integration for SMC’s SATCOM Capability Integration branch
Work closely with leadership and Industry Partners, including: USSF/USSPACE, SMDC/ARSTRAT, NAVWAR, USSTRATCOM and other COCOMs, Service, DISA, International Partners, and Industry
Assess, socialize, and integrate Models Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) products into the SATCOM portfolio
Ensure traceability from DoD-level capability gaps down to system-level technical requirements
Integrate architectural products with requirements, schedule, and risk to provide a comprehensive decision-ready toolkit to Chief Engineers and Program Managers
Familiarity with SMC SATCOM programs
Familiarity with organizations such as USSF/USSPACE, SMDC/ARSTRAT, NAVWAR, USSTRATCOM and other COCOMs, Service, DISA, International Partners, and Industry
Bachelor's degree in engineering, math, physics, or computer science
An active Secret security clearance required to be considered for the position
15+ years overall applicable experience (Risk and Issues Management, Schedule Management, Systems Engineering)