A$AP HIRE: SYSTEM ENGINEER / PROJECT LEAD (Edgewood, MD)

Job Description

A$AP HIRE: SYSTEM ENGINEER / PROJECT LEAD (Edgewood, MD) to support Joint Project Manager Guardian (JPM G), a DoD customer of our Prime.

This is an ASAP hire, requiring an Engineering, Chemical or Biology degree PLUS (+) 6-10 years general/relevant experience.

This position is available now for an immediate fill.

Screening has begun, onsite interviews will immediately follow. MUST HAVE at least a Secret level security clearance. Email Jerri.Thomas.IC@CarterLambert.com for details.

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HOW TO APPLY
1) assure your resume specifically details experience outlined below especially for experience in the Common Analytical Laboratory System (CALS), with process analysis, functional SOCOM ARNOTH, CBRINE COTS Modernization Process, and documenting LCCE, LCMP, etc.., AND that it includes complete information regarding your Engineering degree(s),

2) assure resume contains your direct contact information (email + cell + home ph.) AND day/date/times you are available to interview on site in Edgewood, Interviews are immediate.

3) send “WORD” copy of your res, Attn. PROJECT LEAD (Edgewood, MD) to: Jerri.Thomas.IC@CarterLambert.com

PDFs not accepted! If Word is not available, kindly submit a text file.

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POSITION & DESCRIPTION

POSITION: Systems Engineer Level IV
TITLE: Project Lead
LOCATION: Edgewood, MD - Onsite
PAY: W2 + Bens
CLEARANCE: Secret Security Clearance (min/mandatory)

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PERFORMANCE BASED TASKS REQUIRED

** The candidate shall conduct systems engineering process analysis and provide input to leadership (i.e., Program Manager and lead test engineer). The candidate shall:
-- Identify and define required tests
-- Monitor test coverage
-- Evaluate overall quality experienced
-- Specify the required test data
-- Evaluate the outcome of the testing conducted in each test cycle
-- Provide feedback and input to program functional IPTs, IPRs, milestone decisions, and required program updates

** The candidate shall provide program and strategic planning necessary for major milestone acquisition programs, including development of sustainment strategies and project plans.

** The candidate shall serve as functional area (e.g., Program Manager, T&E, Systems Engineering, Operational Test Agency, etc.) IPT coordinator for all programs of record to ensure major milestone decision data is being developed, approved, tracked, and archived. The candidate shall
-- Plan: draft agendas and prepare support resources
-- Conduct: facilitate the meeting and present briefings
-- Document: draft meeting minutes and track action items
-- Follow-up: facilitate flow of information to leadership and higher headquarters (e.g., JPEO-CBD, JRO, Director of Operational Test and Evaluation (DOT&E), etc.)

** The candidate shall coordinate and conduct analyses and assessments, collecting and providing input to physical programs' Needs and Priorities Capability Gap Assessments.

** The candidate shall evaluate analytical instrumentation software for interoperability and common data formats.

** The candidate shall serve as the point of contact and contract lead for the Common Analytical Component Test contract.

** The candidate shall serve as the lead software systems engineer, managing the Systems Integration Laboratory (SIL) being used to evaluate potential CBRN equipment for the Common Analytical Laboratory System (CALS) variants.

** The candidate shall provide subject matter expertise to identify and resolve issues, and make sound and timely recommendations to facilitate decision making for analytical component evaluation of the CALS.

** The candidate shall evaluate the practicality of potential CALS analytical equipment modules proposed.

** The candidate shall perform evaluations of CBRN equipment combinations proposed as CALS variants and prepare white papers and position papers to explain the pros and cons of each combination.

** The candidate shall review draft design concepts for networking and data management for the CALS.

** The candidate shall provide engineering and acquisition support for Mobile Laboratory Systems, to include developing system requirements, acquisition documents, an Acquisition Program Baseline (APB) schedule, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) elements, and briefings.

** The candidate shall prepare draft technical and performance specifications for Mobile Lab Team contracts.

** The candidate shall prepare for (e.g., draft agendas, scheduling meetings, etc.), conduct (e.g., brief, identify and resolve issues, make sound and timely recommendations to facilitate decision making, etc.) and follow-up (e.g., draft meeting minutes, provide an action item list, etc.) on stakeholder and user meetings in support of the Mobile Laboratory Systems program.

** The candidate shall evaluate the performance of components being used on fielded Mobile Lab Team equipment.

** The candidate shall support planning for continued development of the CBRNE Unmanned Ground Vehicle to the Rapid Area Sensitive Site Reconnaissance ATD for the 20th Support Command (SUPCOM) and National Guard Bureau (NGB) by providing technical expertise to facilitate decision making.

** The candidate shall represent JPdM Consequence Management on DODAF view development and review architecture views for completeness and applicability in support of architecture development.

** The candidate shall plan and execute the annual CBRNE COTS Modernization Process with all stakeholders.

** The candidate shall coordinate, attend, and facilitate the total package fielding of CBRNE COTS equipment for the NGB CBRNE Dismounted Reconnaissance capability.

** The candidate shall participate in stakeholder technical working group meetings (e.g., NGB Civil Support Team (CST), Special Operations Command (SOCOM) CBRNE, Army North (ARNORTH) Defense CBRNE Response Force (DCRF)/Command and Control Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Response Element (C2CRE), United States Marine Corps (USMC) Chemical-Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF) CBRNE, etc.). Participation in these meetings shall consist of scheduling the meeting, preparing the agenda, conducting the briefing, identifying and resolving issues, making sound and timely recommendations to facilitate decision making, preparing meeting minutes, and providing follow-up actions.

** The candidate shall execute training and the procurement and fielding of equipment for the NGB CST, SOCOM CBRNE, ARNORTH DCRF/C2CRE, and USMC CBIRF CBRNE working groups.

** The candidate shall evaluate user requirements based on the draft and/or final CDD.

** The candidate shall draft reporting requirements for technical data packages at various levels for new contracts.

** The candidate shall prepare PWSs, market research reports, and Independent Cost Estimates (ICEs) in support of contract awards.

** The candidate shall evaluate requirements provided by users and other stakeholders for practicality.

** The candidate shall schedule and coordinate the review of each document package required for the next major milestone (e.g., LCMP, SEP, TES, TEMP, etc.).

** The candidate shall coordinate programmatic schedules and provide requirements for equipment deliverables.

** The candidate shall provide technical briefings and reports concerning risk identification and mitigation strategies.

** The candidate shall coordinate and conduct project meetings (i.e., Joint User Working Group and IPTs) with all stakeholders.

** The candidate shall troubleshoot failing components on existing fielded equipment and propose equivalencies.

Requirements

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EDUCATION & MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education
The candidate shall possess a Master's degree in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Engineering Management, (non-negotiable) or a related discipline, as well as ten (10) years of general experience and six (6) years of relevant experience.

Alternate Education (requiring a waiver): The candidate shall possess a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Engineering Management, (non-negotiable), or a related discipline, as well as twelve (12) years of general experience and eight (8) years of relevant experience.

Salary Range Salary dependent upon experience
Submission Date May 17, 2017
Location Edgewood, Maryland
Employer Carter Lambert Divisions (CLD)
Position Type Contract
Funding Status Funded
Job Category Program/Project Management
Clearance Secret
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