Hardware-In-The-Loop System Analyst - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)


  full-time   employee

United States


Hardware-In-The-Loop System Analyst

Position Description:

The HWIL System Analyst will work as a member of the PEO-MS Integrated Fires Mission Command (IFMC) Project Office System Engineering Directorate team to verify system requirements in support of Army AMD missions. The position will emphasize analysis and verification of requirements, development of verification objectives, development of test objectives, support the Joint Analysis Team (JAT), and serve as a system engineering interface to external teams. The position will require development of verification plans, analyses, tools, reports and technical briefings to leadership. This position will directly support analysis of Hardware In The Loop (HWIL) and live Range testing of current and developmental AMD systems.

Basic Qualifications:

The candidate must be familiar with AMD concepts with specific system engineering knowledge and experience with one (1) or more of the following systems: IBCS, PATRIOT, MEADS, THAAD, C2BMC, FAAD, or AEGIS. The candidate must have experience in requirements development, analysis and verification of two (2) or more of the following AMD areas: track management, threat evaluation, engagement processing, IFF, CCTDI, Non-Cooperative Target Recognition, geodetic registration, automatic emplacement, defense plan evaluation and optimization, sensor coverage evaluation and optimization, tactical distributed systems, engagement resource management, or force operations. The candidate must be experienced analyzing and verifying requirements, be capable of translating requirements into testable event objectives, be fluent in the Microsoft Office toolset, be proficient navigating and extracting data from requirements databases and modeling tools, and be proficient with at least one scripting or programming tool to assist in requirements analysis and verification tasks. Candidate should be familiar with and be able to use Linux operating systems for analysis and data processing.

Candidate must be a US citizen, must be a resident of the Huntsville, AL area (or willing to relocate), must have a four-year Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college (ABET preferred) in engineering, the sciences, or mathematics, and must have a minimum of 5 years combined Government/DoD experience in performing the essential duties listed above.

Other Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have direct experience with IBCS or PATRIOT. Experience with test tools, test planning and analysis, Design of Experiments (DOE), and Model Based Systems Engineering are a plus. Enthusiasm, independent critical thinking and a team attitude are important, as well as the ability to respond to quick turn requests.

Security Requirements:

Candidate must have a current Secret security clearance.

Other Requirements:

Some travel to New Mexico will occasionally be required in support of on-site analysis activities of live and HWIL testing.

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