Plans and Engineering Functional Lead
The Systems Engineer (NE) performs tier three systems support in accordance with the SIE OPORD. In addition to in-depth technical knowledge of the Government’s software and hardware, Systems Engineers need advanced analytical, troubleshooting and design skills. The ability to communicate with technical and non-technical users also is essential. The Systems Engineer must be familiar with the systems engineering process and data as a fundamental building block for performance improvement. Participation in working groups, design reviews and system tests is required. Candidates will help generate assessments, as well as develop and implement actionable recommendations based on reviews. Candidates require extensive knowledge of the development process, including specification, documentation, and quality assurance. Because of the broad range of demands Systems Engineers must meet, candidates who have demonstrated strong project planning skills are preferred. Typical duties include:
- Developing, maintaining, and supporting technical infrastructure, hardware, and system software componentsPerforming installation, maintenance, and support of system software and hardware.Performing user supportConfiguring, debugging, and supporting multiple infrastructure platformsPerforming high-level root cause analysis in support of service interruption recovery, as well as creating and documenting preventive measuresWorking as a strong team contributor, and providing technical expertise.Staying abreast of emerging trends in information technology and helping shape the work for the Government.Working with the Government to understand their requirements and evaluate possible technical solutions.