Senior Systems Architect
- Military veterans preferred
2022-04-28 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Austin Texas 78701 United States
Join a winning team! SAIC’s Defense System Group is seeking engineers to support the modernization of the US Army.
SAIC has an opening for a motivated, career, and customer oriented Senior Systems Engineer to provide Systems and Operational Architecture support with the Army Futures Command (AFC) team located in Austin, TX. . We are supporting the architecting, analysis, and systems engineering solutions at the Enterprise level. This work establishes the modernization of future integrated systems across the Army.
Identify and align requirements, derive system architecture and functional design, and identify associated risks to ensure products meet Army requirements
Apply AFC (Army Futures Command) strategy and architecture needed to support decision making
Consolidate current and planned system architectures
Develop architecture models to capture the holistic view of the enterprise
Identify and define future capability and interoperability needs while working across multiple Offices and Organizations
Identify critical architecture and system level trades
Maintain data dictionary and data lineage across architecture components
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelors and fourteen (14) years or more experience; experience accepted in lieu of degree
Experience in the development and maintenance of architecture products across the span of Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF), to include Project Views, Capability Views, Operational Views, System/Service Views, Standard Views and Data and Information Views
Familiar with and able to develop architecture artifacts using common modelling standards and languages (e.g. Unified Profile for MODAF and DoDAF (UPDM) Unified Modeling Language (UML), Systems Modelling Language (SysML), and Business Process Modeling and Notation (BPMN)).
Proven experience with technical fundamentals in an existing Army program (e.g., ground vehicles, air, missile defense, soldier systems)
Proven experience in the development and use of modeling for architecture solutions
Familiarization with the US Army’s staff operating procedures and the Military Decision Making Process
Advanced degree in STEM (science, technical, engineering, math) or related discipline