CEdge has an opportunity for a KPMO Space Systems Engineer. This role is located at Springfield VA If you are ready to work alongside World Renowned Technology experts and carry the skills below, this is the opportunity that will inevitably take your career to unbelievable levels!
The KPMO Space Systems Engineer employs a multi-discipline approach to Space, requirements engineering, solutions engineering, reliability, resiliency, services deployment, research & development, integration, test and evaluation, maintainability and analysis across CAP/SAP architectures in the NSG and the DoD/IC to ensure timely and accurate GEOINT. Candidates will be required to sign additional NDAs and provide proof of OCI for performance in the KPMO programs.
- Develop and maintain Systems Engineering Plans (SEP), Configuration Management Plan (CMP) and other engineering documentation
- Develop and maintain standard acquisition documentation for KPMO portfolio including standardized requirements documentation and processes
- Implement repeatable processes and procedures for transitioning new technologies and integrating new applications into KPMO infrastructure
- Participate in requirements development and configuration baseline documentation
- Provide evaluations of proposed industry solutions to identify innovative and new technologies to prototype and transition into the KPMO program
- Provide baseline requirements (RFCs, ICDs, standards) support to include the full breadth of NGA and Joint Mission Partner requirements coordination meetings and initiatives to transition R&D capabilities to KPMO operations
- Active TS/SCI Clearance w/SSBI within 5 years.
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or 6 years related technical experience in fields such as space, physics, mathematics
- Experience with Space Systems
- Experience with Integrated Protection Strategy (IPS)
- Demonstrated experience with threats including SOSI, Radar and Optical sensors, Command and Control (C2), Battle Management Command, Control and Communications (BMC3), orbital analysis, and Offensive Space Control/Defensive Space Control (OSC/DSC)
- Experience dealing with data and data sources that exist at multiple classification levels
- Experience dealing with space environment and space to ground including threats to assets; track de-confliction of remote sensing
- Demonstrated understanding of the following standards:
- ANSI/EIA 632: Processes for Engineering Systems
- IEEE 1220: Standard for Application and Management of Systems Engineering
- IEE 24765:2017 – Systems and Software Engineering – Vocabulary
- ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:2017 – Systems and Software Engineering – Software Life Cycle Processes
- ISO/IEC 15288: Systems Engineering – System Life Cycle Processes
- Experience with Model Based Systems Engineering, processes, tools and languages
- Experience with space object measurement and identification
- Experience with physics models to include the assessment of conservative/non-conservative forces, uncertainty/confidence estimation, space weather effects, break-up events and conjunction analysis techniques that scale to many-on-many objects and can be dynamically tasked