SPA’s Civil and San Diego (CSD) group is responsible for a broad range analytical, engineering, independent assessments, strategic planning, and technology research, development, testing and evaluation (RDT&E) programs in support of new SPA markets. SPA San Diego provides technical support services to C4I programs and related processes within the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) enterprise. The group provides support for multiple programs and projects within PEO C4I, and for technical and engineering services to assist and support NAVWAR in carrying out its engineering and program management responsibilities. #CJ #IN123
Systems Engineer needed in San Diego, CA, to provide systems engineering and technical analysis support services to a US Navy program office responsible for the development and acquisition of C4ISR capabilities within the parameters of the Defense Acquisition System. These services include: providing engineering and technical support to develop and refine requirements definitions; developing architecture requirements and performing analysis; providing system and platform modernization analysis; developing and verifying technical documentation, plans, and drawings; and supporting performance, compatibility, interoperability, interface, and operational evaluations.
Candidate will work closely with other Systems Engineering and Technical Analysis support, client Assistant Program Manager – Engineers, and program/project lead engineers in the day-to-day management of acquisition programs and special projects systems engineering management/oversight. Provide systems engineering and technical analysis support to meet statutory, regulatory, and programmatic requirements in accordance with the DoD and US Navy Directive 5000 series. Coordinate project engineering and technical activities between Navy Systems Commands (acquisition program management offices), OPNAV, TYCOMs, Fleet representatives, and other stakeholders. Assist government leadership in the understanding, establishment and analysis of existing and future systems definitions, systems design, enterprise architectural concepts and standards. Support technical integration of new technologies and capabilities into existing acquisition programs of record. Use quantitative analytical techniques to assess system acquisition process issues and develop risk reduction and mitigation approaches for improving acquisition and program planning, control, and execution. Prepare reports of findings and make recommendations for corrections or resolution of emergent technical issues. Prepare briefs, reports, and correspondence in US Navy format for internal and external stakeholders and partners.
The place of performance for this position is at government facilities.
This position will require up to 10% travel (US only).