Systems Architect Level 4 - Fort Shafter Hawaii - Active TS/SCI required
Systems Architect Level 4 Active TS/SCI requiredFort Shafter Hawaii The employee will support the customer contract in the following manner: Designs and defines system architecture for new or existing computer systems.
- Performs complex systems development and design work that may include logic design; I/O design; firmware development; model formulation; manufacturing and development cost projections; computer architecture analysis and design; and analog or digital systems engineering.
- Performs systems modeling; simulation; and analysis.
- Reviews completion and implementation of system additions and/or enhancements and makes recommendations to management and/or clients.
- Plans and directs upgrades of operating systems and designs systems enhancements.
- Develops documentation on new or existing systems.
- Develops and directs tests to ensure systems meet documented user requirements.
- Identifies; analyzes; and resolves system problems.
- Provides system/equipment/specialized training and technical guidance.
- Determines system specifications; input/output processes; and working parameters for hardware/software compatibility.
- Provides guidance and work leadership to less-experienced systems engineers and may have supervisory responsibilities.
- Serves as liaison with clients; participating in meetings to ensure client needs are met.
- Maintains current knowledge of relevant technology as assigned.
- Participates in special projects as required.
- Supports the development of cross functional or large-scale automated information systems to include enterprise architectures
- Designs system architectures to include the software; hardware; and communications to support the total requirements and provides for present and future cross functional requirements and interfaces
- Provides comprehensive definition of all aspects of system development from analysis of mission needs to verification of system performance
- Performs evaluation of system alternatives and assessment of risks and costs