Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

  • Systems Engineer

    Job Locations US-VA-Alexandria
    Systems Engineering: Acquisition
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Undersea Technology Assessment Group (UTAG) is looking for a Systems Engineer to support submarine and undersea program analysis.  UTAG within SPA supports the Navy and other government organizations with timely and objective capability assessments, technology evaluations, and strategic planning that integrate the technical, operational, programmatic, policy, and business aspects of undersea warfare (USW) and broader Navy issues. UTAG provides mature, turnkey products that reflect all of the factors important to decision makers.  123 


    • Provide analytic and systems engineering support to the undersea construction, procurement and development activities. 
    • Conduct schedule risk analysis, analysis of shipbuilder progress, integration of construction and development activities with other programs and activities, and detailed analysis of program excursions.  
    • Develop Model Based Systems Engineering capabilities within the company and apply to client needs.


    • Bachelor Degree in Systems Engineering or another technical field (e.g. Engineering, Operations Research, Mathematics, or Applied Physics).
    • 3 to 8 years experience supporting engineering or project management.
    • Experience working with the DoD, military services, or defense industry.
    • Proficient in using Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to communicate to decision makers.
    • Active DoD Secret clearance or higher.

    Desired Qualifications:

    • Master’s Degree in systems engineering or related field.
    • Experience working on submarine or undersea related programs.
    • Experience with Defense Acquisition System DoD 5000 series and Navy or DoD program planning (DAWIA level certification).
    • Experience with and knowledgeable of the Navy requirements and program office organizations and processes. 
    • Experience with Model Based Systems Engineering.


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