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DCGS - A Systems Engineer - Intermediate

Responsibilities: Provide system engineering support for target Army C4ISR software based systems and platforms to include requirements analysis, design, vendor management, software acceptance and design of system components. This engineering support is to include direct support to PEO IEWS family of systems and contained software baselines. Provide specialized support for the target intelligence domains to include but not limited to All Source, Collection Management, HUMINT, SIGINT, and Weather. Provide Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE) software and hardware test and integration engineering support, to include the Installation and configuration of software; integration of software; functional test execution; documentation and reporting on all defects and activities. Qualifications: Must possess TS/SCI security clearance. Must possess four years of experience in the design, integration, and analysis of military systems, must possess a minimum of three years supporting counterintelligence/human intelligence (CI/HUMINT) domains within DoD or the Intelligence Community (IC) including ATHEN-A, TCOP, CHARCS, and DIMS-F. Must possess experience supporting systems engineering in an integrated environment involving collaboration between acquisition (PM) and Government-run laboratory/integration facilities, Must have familiarity with CONOPS, signature reduction standard operating procedures and training, and TRADOC Capability Production Document (CPD) requirements.   Education & Experience: Bachelor's degree & 4 years' experience Degree preferred in Engineering or Computer Science 2017-48032
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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