Nuclear Forensic Sensors Acquisition Specialist

DCS Corp
Dayton, Ohio
Mar 30, 2017
Jun 05, 2017
Full Time
The Nuclear Forensics and Sensors Acquisition Support specialist will provide full spectrum technical support for various USAF acquisition programs within the Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance and Special Operations Forces (ISR/SOF) Directorate, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio.

Essential Job Functions:

Apply expertise across a wide range of acquisition, programmatic, and technical topics related to nuclear forensics and multiple other distinct sensor programs and technologies including radar and EO/IR.

Assist with sensor development planning, program and technology transition, and programmatic execution through all phases of the acquisition life cycle.

Assist with initiating, participating in, and/or leading the development of system requirements from program inception through program conclusion for a range of technically complex efforts.

Assist in leading and representing the Government at the Prompt Diagnostic Transition Control Board.

This position requires experience and detailed background knowledge in multiple sensor phenomenolgies with expertise in nuclear technologies, sensor development, and seismic, acoustic, particulate, and optic sensors in support of nuclear forensics programs.

Work with the technical/requirements offices, research and development organizations, and user communities to assist AFLCMC/WIN with understanding requirements and with developing technology transition plans and acquisition strategies that provide a continued interface between the acquisition and user communities.

Provide strategic advice and assistance to align core system functions with enterprise capability gaps, leading to optimized materiel solutions delivered to program leadership and staff.

Assist with providing detailed analysis, evaluation, and recommendations for improvements, optimization, and implementation of mission critical challenges and issues.

Consult with government leadership to define problems, clarify needs, complete studies and analyses, and provide recommend solutions. Requirements Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

BS and fifteen (15) years of relevant experience and at least six (6) years of experience must have been performed on DoD programs/projects in a relevant field relevant.

Possess and maintain extensive demonstrated acquisition and technical process experience in both nuclear forensics and other sensor systems acquisitions, including radar and EO/IR.

Understand and assimilate highly complex technical information relating to nuclear forensics, and assist in the assessment, operational planning, testing, and transition of technology to support new USAF programs of record.

Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. Government background investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information: Top Secret clearance (SSBI within the past five years) with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI-DCID 6/4) eligibility on the first day of employment.

Desired Skills:

Master or Science or PhD in Engineering, Physics, or related technical discipline.

Experience with US Air Force sensor programs for manned and unmanned aircraft.
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