Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
KBR is seeking a Systems Engineer/Analyst to provide support to the Integrated Fires Mission Command/Patriot Ground System Equipment Product Office. The candidate will evaluate systems under various scenarios and architectures to determine overall system mission performance in a framework giving insight into performance. Will assess varied fidelity modeling and simulation tools to predict performance against evolving threats of current and future missile defense systems. The candidate will support collaboration efforts to determine assessment approaches, conduct scenario analysis of red force threats (Air Breathing Threat (ABT), Cruise Missiles (CM), Tactical Ballistic Missile (TBM), and Advanced Electronic Attack (EA)) and provide blue force recommendations. Will assist with the development and integration of new technologies and concepts into modeling and simulation tools. The candidate will develop briefings and technical reports on findings and observations and provide feedback to the customer.
Must be a problem-solver, resourceful, independently motivated and detail oriented.
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