We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated Reliability Engineer to support PEO Soldier . PEO Soldier supports Soldiers by developing, integrating, acquiring, fielding, and sustaining products to provide significant improvements in battle command, situational awareness, survivability, and mobility of Soldiers.
The Senior Reliability Engineer duties are identified below.
- Plans, develops, implements, and manages reliability on assigned programs over their life cycle.
- Plans and coordinates reliability tests and evaluations, analyzes system failures and inadequacies, and ensures adequacy of efforts related to root cause corrective action.
- Coordinates as needed to develop operational RAM requirements for Capability Development Documents (CDDs) and Capability Production Documents (CPDs), and translates those requirements into practical system concepts and specifications.
- Develops reliability input for program management documents as required to include acquisition plans and strategies, source selection evaluation plans, supportability strategies, statements of work, and specifications.
- Reviews and evaluates contractor’s technical adequacy, and assures compliance with contractual scopes, schedules, and requirements.
- Participates in post awards, program reviews, design reviews, and conferences as the reliability engineer on assigned programs.
- Evaluates design efforts to ensure all appropriate analyses such as failure modes, effects, and criticality analysis, thermal and stress finite element analyses, circuit analysis, and tolerance analyses have been conducted, and that parts de-rating has been properly applied.
- Ensures adequacy of all reliability test plans, procedures, and reports for assigned programs, both Government and contractor, as well as all failed item analysis reports.
- Evaluates engineering change proposals and waivers/deviations for their impact on product integrity.
- Assesses adequacy of environmental stress screening, and makes recommendations on changes required.
- Conducts continuing review and evaluation of reliability and program effectiveness through review of test data, reports, correspondence, data bases, field data, product and process audits, and observation of internal operations.
- Develops reliability growth plans and performs reliability growth assessments using an appropriate growth test model.
- Assesses reliability of fielded systems based on information such as spares demand, field maintenance reports, and logistics data bases.
- Represents the PM at scoring conferences, and conducts scoring per the system failure definition/scoring criteria (FD/SC).
We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated Test Coordinator to support PEO Soldier . PEO Soldier supports Soldiers by developing, integrating, acquiring, fielding, and sustaining products to provide significant improvements in battle command, situational awareness, survivability, and mobility of Soldiers. The test coorindator serves as test manager for PEO Soldier programs, with duties as identified below.
- Plans and manages assignments, progress and evaluates results.
- Research applicable documents such as Capability Development Documents, Capability Production Documents, product specifications, and Army Regulations, to develop and staff for approval Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs) to support program milestones.
- Coordinates with ATEC to determine and develop appropriate Testing for Government Programs. Monitors ATEC activities to ensure adequacy of their testing and assessments to ensure they have the data and results needed to support independent evaluation.
- Oversee or conduct Test and Evaluation Working Integrated Product Teams (T&E WIPTs) and Test Readiness Reviews (TRRs) and ensure adequacy of associated test plans, procedures, and test execution, and closure on all test issues.
- Ensure military tactics, techniques, and procedures used during testing are current and representative.
- Attend testing and report of test results and issues as required by PM.
- Evaluate test data, assess risks, and develop test result summaries for leadership briefings, Suitability Statements and Milestone Decisions.
- Work with Assistant Product Managers, Product Leads and PMs to understand interfaces and address and resolve integration issues.
- Review system evaluation plans, evaluation strategy reviews, and provide input to the PMs.
- Work on scheduling and resourcing DT/OT events.
- Review test plans, test procedures, test reports and system assessment reports, for adequacy, accuracy, and identification of issues.
- Use test plans or other program data/research to develop fiscal year ammunition requirements to support programs.
- Track all testing planned and maintain a Master Test Schedule. Share data with PEO level T&E personnel for test synchronization.
-Ensure all Government test planning documents are uploaded to the appropriate databases.
Seeking a Sr. Information Assurance / Cyber Security Engineer. You will serve as Program Executive Office Soldier (PEO Soldier), Senior Information Assurance / Cyber Security Technical subject matter expert (SME) in the field of Information Assurance and Cyber Security for Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier, Fort Belvoir, VA. You will support the PEO Soldier’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and or Cyber Security Manager. Work closely with staff acquisition specialists and engineers who buy and or develop IT products and services for fielding to Soldiers and coalition forces. All IT products and or services, are subject to vulnerabilities and man-made or natural threats. You will be responsible for mitigating vulnerabilities and threats and ensuring the operational resilience of those IT Systems and Devices that enhances the lethality and mission success for our Soldiers.
Job duties include:
- Assist on all matters relating to the vulnerabilities and threats to Information Technology (IT) Systems, National Security Systems (NSS), and Automated Information Systems (AIS).
- Implement the Defense (DOD) Risk Management Framework (RMF) and assist to the System Security Manager (ISSM) ensure successful implementation of associated security controls and reviews all RMF documentation packages, and system fielding, operations, or upgrade requirements
- Assist Program Management Offices with Cybersecurity related Acquisition documentation requirements (i.e. Cybersecurity Strategies) and statutory/regulatory/policy compliance.
- Coordinate integration of Cybersecurity, COMSEC, and TEMPEST into the entire system life-cycle design, development, and deployment.
- Support maintenance of DOD Inspector General (IG) Cybersecurity Self-Assessment checklist compliance and Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)
- Implement audit measures to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, participate in organizational inspections and surveys of computer systems, provide inspection results, and assess the adequacy of corrective actions taken.
- Advise on all complex and unique computer security systems, make recommendations on the approval of various computer operations based on security guidelines, and provide alternatives to managers to meet security requirements based on the unique needs of the organization and mission requirements.
- Assist in developing, maintaining, implementing and delivering a formal training and education program for computer and information security requirements and operation and maintenance of automated information systems in compliance with all applicable regulations and safeguards.
- Analyze the vulnerabilities and weaknesses of existing computer security programs that could benefit from group training and translate those needs into training and education media.
- Manage computer incident coordination and notification with the local Network Enterprise Center (NEC) and servicing Computer Emergency Response Teams.
- Generate reports of analyses and processes the information in accordance with program procedures.
- Provide technical input and writes documents to provide information, help prevent, and increase understanding of issues involved in computer security incidents including, but not limited to internal documentation, advisories, and technical documents.
- Assist with policy, programmatic, budget and doctrine issues associated with Cybersecurity within the organization, other U.S. Government agencies and other technical experts.
- Serves as laser and electro-optic engineer in PEO Soldier, providing technical services and recommendations for executing Soldier head, body, or weapons mounted sensor programs
- Acts as Subject matter expert for Electro-optic engineering development, prototyping, integrating, and testing
- Lead engineering efforts on assigned programs with minimal oversight from the Government lead
- Provides technical support/analysis in evaluation of sensor prototypes and systems, to include thermal imagers, image intensifiers, and lasers, to Program Executive Office Soldier Project Manager partners
- Translates military operational and mission requirements (ground, sea, air, and space) into practical system concepts and performance specifications
- Develops and maintains technical documentation such as specifications, engineering drawings, system interface requirements, and engineering changes
- Participates in post awards, program reviews, design reviews, and IPTs as the project engineer and/or technical expert on assigned programs
- Evaluates design efforts to ensure integration of all the engineering disciplines and adequacy of the analyses performed, and optimize size, weight, and power, with cost (SWaP-C)
- Reviews test plans, procedures, and reports for technical adequacy on assigned programs, for both Government and contractor tests, as well as all failure reports
- Conduct and/or monitor lab, contractor, and field testing to assess system performance and compliance with requirements
- Evaluate system performance against specification requirements and assess risk of meeting user and specification requirements
- Make recommendations and present briefings and conduct demonstrations to senior level managers in Government and industry at program manager, SES, and General Officer levels
- Initiate and review engineering change proposals and waivers/deviations for technical merit, and conducts physical and functional configuration audits
- Determine/evaluate analysis needed to investigate failures or performance issues, and ensure appropriate and complete root cause corrective action is identified, validated, and implemented in all product as required
- Recommend approaches to implement electro optic system level components into prototypes capable of achieving user requirements
- Coordinate R&D efforts with DOD, National Labs, and appropriate international forums to leverage resources
- Review program management documents to ensure accuracy and adequacy of technical content
FSR will be responsible for fielding equipment and coaching/teaching/mentoring small unit leaders at the team, squad, platoon and company levels of combat arms organizations.
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Maintains accurate, complete, and up to date Site Procedure Guides, Forms and Logs, and other Site Branding as directed by the PM.
- Collects and reports Failure Reporting and Corrective Action System (FRACAS) data for systems managed by the PM.
- Provides Incident Reports with Defective Component Name and Serial Number (SN)/ National Stock Number (NSN)/or Part Number (PN) of PM Managed equipment.
- Provide Unit Survey of PM managed systems.
- Performs basic troubleshooting on all equipment on PM Soldier managed systems.
- Perform other duties as required
- Serves as an expert and participates in the planning, conducting and reporting of system-level technical testing at the Central Technical Support Facility (CTSF), APG, and Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) and system contractor facilities.
- Assists in coordinating and conducting functional tests for Tactical Operations Centers (TOCs) in support of the PEO C3T
- Assists in summarizing, documenting, and reporting various C4ISR/TOC test data and results to the Technical Director, CTSF and Product Manager, Tactical Operations Centers (PdM TOCs);
- Participate in TOC working groups and materiel development meetings to assist in developing coordinated fielding and testing schedules
- Assists in developing and producing Test Design Plans for TOC testing and other PEO C3T programs and transformation initiatives.
- Independently evaluates, selects and applies standard engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria, and makes minor adaptations and modifications.
- Provides independent and professional support on portions of complex projects.
- Provides professional engineering support with increasing independent accomplishment.
- Develops, maintains, upgrades automated test scripts and architectures for application products. Also write, implements and reports status for system test cases for testing.
- Analyzes test cases and provides regular progress reports. Serves as a subject matter expert, providing testing know-how for the support of user requirements of complex to highly complex software/hardware applications.
- Participates in all phases of risk management.
Provide systems engineering support to Special Projects for the PEO IEW&S System or Systems Engineering (SoSE) team.
These Special Projects traditionally apply across PD/PM offices or are ordered directly by the PEO and may include:
- PEO portfolio training and professional development (i.e. monthly Engineering Huddles)
- Technical expertise to PEO-wide contracts (i.e. authoring PWSs, developing requirements, creating IGCEs, etc.)
- Subject matter expertise to challenged programs with regular program status updates to the PEO
- Additional systems engineering oversight to PMs as needed or directed by the PEO, such as, reliability program oversight
- Technical expertise to PEO public affairs artifacts (i.e. conference briefs, articles, interview talking points, etc.)
Serve as a subject matter expert on Cybersecurity/Information Assurance activities based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, policies such as DoD Instruction 8500.01, DoD Instruction 8510.01, AR 25-1 and AR 25-2, pertinent laws, regulatory requirements and procedures applicable to each PEO IEW&S program management office, PEO IEW&S HQ staff, and other external organizations.
- Knowledgeable with Department of Defense audit policies and procedures to include: Joint Reconciliation Program (JRP); Dormant Account Review- Quarterly (DAR-3 Q) Tool; Risk Management and Internal Controls (RMIC); and DoD Audit Readiness initiatives.
- Assist in the day-to-day resolution of Unliquidated Obligations (ULO)s, open invoices, unmatched transactions UMTs, intermediate document IDOCs, sales order errors, open commitments, and open collections.
- Monitor and provide updated status on actions regularly for reporting to ASA(ALT) ARD.
- Be able to assist team in historical fact finding for audit sampling.
- Assist PMs when necessary with any audit related needs.
- Maintain responsibility for supporting a wide range of administrative tasks including (but not limited to) gathering responses from information requests, quality control/ configuration control of documents, formatting, and ensure all aspects follow agency guidelines.
Provide acquisition program management and analysis for the planning and execution of PEO IEW&S programs at different acquisition category levels and in all phases of a program life cycle through understanding of and adherence to DoDI 5000.02, acquisition streamlining initiatives, and analysis of performance indicating metrics.
The Contractor shall:
- Provide acquisition advice and recommendations based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, policies, pertinent laws, regulatory requirements and procedures applicable to each program.
- Review and provide guidance for updates of program documentation, supporting the acquisition process to include: documents required by law, regulation, directive and/or policy such as the U.S. Code Title 10 DoDD 5000.01, DoDI 5000.02 and AR 70-1.
- Coordinate, identify, prepare, review, and track approval of program documentation such as Acquisition Strategy Reports, Acquisition Program Baselines (APB), and Acquisition Decision Memorandums (ADM), for Milestone Decision Reviews (MDRs) or in support of other required decisions or reviews with internal HQ staff (i.e. budget, engineering, logistics, and contracts planning).
- Partner with PEO IEW&S in the execution of various Army and Department of Defense efficiency, cost saving, and continuous process improvement initiatives such as Better Buying Power 3.0 (or latest adaptation) efforts: Will/Should Cost initiatives, Lean Six Sigma projects, Value Engineering initiatives, Business Process Reengineering efforts and other Continuous Process Improvement-related initiatives.
- Provide strategic programmatic integration expertise for the formulation and execution of Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Reviews and Weapon System Reviews (WSR).
- Review and analyze program progress and fund utilization reports to identify areas wherein the programs are not progressing or proceeding as planned (e.g., cost and schedule performance as well as overall program execution efficiencies).
- Review Acquisition Requirements Packages (ARPs).
- Work with PEO IEW&S in reviewing and modifying the PEO’s policies, guidance, and procedures in program management, acquisition, cost, and efficiencies to address applicability and relevance of requirements implemented by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition Logistics & Technology) (ASA(ALT)).
- Support knowledge management efforts within PEO IEW&S by creating, sharing using, and managing the PEO’s knowledge. Specifically, ensure the identification, documentation, mapping and understanding of the practices, methods and processes of the PEO; ensure the identification, handling, accumulation, assessment and sharing of lessons learned; ensure the identification, documentation, collection and sharing of SME/”greybeard” knowledge and information.
- Prepare and/or review of miscellaneous reports provided to senior level management.
- Work with Program/Product managers and the Department of Army Systems Coordinators to ensure programs have acquisition strategies, baselines and other required documentation to meet Milestone Decision Authority requirements to provide products and services to the Warfighter in an affordable, timely manner.
- Ensure that PEO IEW&S’s inquiries/directives are carried out to include periodic reviews, cost/schedule/performance monitoring and lessons learned.
Sev1Tech has a great cleared Technical Project Manager with Cloud, SDLC, data analysis, and visualization, product management experience for our client in Westminster CO. In this role, the Technical Project Manager will be responsible for the following actions:
- Assessment of application base and software engineering processes with a modernization lens, focusing on application technical & data attributes, financial, usage, geography and other demographic and metric.
- Drive strategic adoption and optimization efforts on Cloud, Data Center Migration, SDLC toolchain initiatives and DevOps outcomes to accelerate developer and application efficiency
- Create an engagement model, conduct deep dives and collaborate with all stakeholders including application owners and central functions to understand friction points, and ensure proposed actions plans are executed and enablement is driven by needs, gaps, and priorities.
- Define and track clear roadmaps and dependencies with close oversight to ensure execution to completion
- Program management & oversight of the deliverables & resources distributed across different technology teams across the front to back application stack and infrastructure, along with controls and reporting requirements.
- Assess, structure and implement governance and tooling to assist Engineering & Architecture drive transparency and accountability.
The Intermediate Administrative Assistant provides administrative support essential for the systems engineering and architecture development processes, including preparation, review, compliance monitoring, progress evaluation, schedule compliance, and technical assessments. The Intermediate Administrative Assistant will also:
- Coordinate and document travel, meetings and conferences.
- Maintain property book and other related duties as assigned.
- Develops a variety of reports, monthly progress/status reports and produces invoices to the Government by ACRN, Functional Area, System Name, etc.
- Must have an ability to handle normal non-technical and technical office administrative tasks.
- Demonstrate ability to type highly specialized technical reports rapidly and accurately Monitor and track obligations and expenditures for assigned contract tasks, schedules, ceilings and reports. Resolves billing/invoice discrepancies.
The General Engineer shall independently develop, implement, and document systems engineering, integration, and readiness processes and procedures for organizational systems and similar Program-Wide responsibilities, including, but not limited to:
Participate and assist in the coordination of the systems engineering integrated product team and other technical forums at the PEO and subordinate agency level.
Maintain the evolving AMCS architecture and coordinate with program, project and product management offices to assess the efficacy of the engineering and integration processes.
Review, advise, prepare and provide comments documents including: Logistics Support Analyses plans, technical documentation, reliability and maintainability document, MANPRINT, training manuals, provisioning documents, and database management systems.
Assist in the preparation and delivery of Army Transformation documents, Unit Set Fielding (USF), SBCTs, and follow-on digitized forces.
The Intermediate Facilities Manager serves as facilities coordinator with responsibility for coordinating, and implementing the organizations facilities program to include modification, maintenance and repair.
- Conducts investigations and studies of the effectiveness of facilities support efforts.
- Coordinates with facility engineers, and safety personnel to assure that proper industrial safeguards are effected in accordance with established safety standards.
- Coordinates maintenance and repair of assigned facilities.
- Reviews work requests for modification, maintenance, and repair of assigned facilities for feasibility, adequacy, and assurance of compliance with regulations.
- Inspects work to ensure proper accomplishment that installation of equipment is in accordance with specifications and meets functional needs.
- Consults with engineering and operating personnel for resolution of unusual or problem cases.
The Intermediate Graphics Specialist is responsible for independently preparing briefings, displays, brochures, and other related material for use by the Program Executive Office in presentations and demonstrations. As well as:
- Reviews and synchronizes briefings and other materials that are developed by subordinate agencies to produce a cohesive Program briefing
- Reviews inputs for consistency of theme, style, and format and make necessary changes to ensure briefings are consistent with the Programs’s standards and requirements
- Provides support for the preparation of appropriate literature and the staffing of Visitors Bureaus when required for the support of major exercises and demonstrations.
- Produces graphic art and visual materials for promotions, advertisements, films, presentations, packaging, and informative and instructional material through a variety of media outlets, such as, websites and CD-ROMs.
- Generates, manipulates, and integrates graphic images, animations, sound, text and video generated with automated tools into consolidated and seamless multimedia programs.
The Intermediate Information Technology Specialist independently provides IT support to an entire organization or major components of an organization and assesses and implements IT policy to govern IT activities, provides IT policy guidance to management, staff, and customers:
- Develops business cases and performs knowledge management and information assurance.
- Provides analysis and evaluation of information technology matters and recommends initiation and development of IT projects.
- Supports projects entailing the full scope of information systems management for the Command.
- Performs information technology tasks throughout the Command by reviewing, analyzing, and validating electronic business operation tools, implementing IT resources (hardware/software), website design, database development, and other business systems integration initiatives.
- Interfaces with higher headquarters, other Command sites, and business centers throughout the command to facilitate procurement information systems technology implementation within the Command.
- Duties require the application of information technology policies, principles, and practices in the delivering IT technical services throughout the Command.
- Serves as an Information Management Officer and Telephone Control Officer to represent the organization’s interest to the service provider.
The Journeyman Inventory Management Specialist performs a wide variety of task and is the Item Manager focusing on demand planning. The Inventory Management Specialist utilizes statistical program knowledge and skills to provide support forecasting techniques, trends, and use of mathematical models in the Logistics Modernization Program (LMP). Also:
- Provides support to include equipment management, inventory control, property control, warehousing, acquisition, quality control, receiving, shipping, assembly, packaging and transportation.
- Operates and updates computerized logistic systems and plans, coordinates and conducts equipment use/projects.
- Apply professional knowledge of logistics principles, techniques and practices and logistics programs and issues.
- Prepares written plans, reports, schedules and milestones and develops project plans, outlines procedures and issues, and identifies long and short term goals and objectives.
- Participates in/leads audit teams to conduct inspections of equipment and operations to ensure compliance with regulations.
- Conducts research, gathers data, analyzes and assists in interpreting data and reports and coordinates issues pertaining to compliance and corrective actions.
- Participates in meetings regarding logistics concerns related to the assigned projects and performs as a liaison with other Life Cycle Management Commands (LCMCs).
The Journeyman Operations Support Specialist performs a wide variety of analytical and administrative duties in support of the organization. A successful Journeyman Operations Support Specialist will manage staffing and track internal and external suspenses and correspondence with designated functional areas of the organization. As well as:
- Possess knowledge which includes planning, risk management, and program analysis.
- Tracks and ensures responses to all tasks received across the organization.
- Possess a working knowledge of the planning process and project management.
- Assists in the definition of and documentation of processes into standard operating procedures or other written procedures.
- Initiates, develops, revises, recommends, and ensures implementation of policies, plans, procedures, and directives under guidance of senior staff.
- Identifies existing or potential problem areas within the area of operations and recommends corrective action.
- Advises and assists higher-level staff pertaining to assigned program, briefing preparation, and objectives.
- Collaborates internally and externally and provides advice and support to the organization leadership, staff, and program managers on any assigned programs/projects for stakeholder engagements, briefings, reports, etc.
The Intermediate Program Analyst performs extensive coordination with Program Managers, other PEOs, DA staff, other services and industry personnel during all phases of the life cycle of assigned projects
- Supports planning, evaluation, review and prioritization of technical and financial resources associated with assigned programs.
- Supports program, planning, evaluation and financial management functions, as well as the cost analysis and other cost and contractor performance measurement functions for assigned programs.
- Applies independent expert knowledge of program planning and evaluation, Army missions, goals and objectives.
- Independently selects methods, plans and coordinates the details, and carries work through to its conclusion with minimal guidance.
- Prepares, coordinates and/or reviews the preparation of portions of written plans, schedules and milestones for accomplishing goals.
- Prepares Department of Defense programmatic reporting requirements, acquisition documentation, milestone decision documentation, and spend plan management.
The Intermediate Program Specialist is responsible for a variety of administrative, business and operational functions necessary to run a government program(s) efficiently.
- Will review individual project progress, measure performance and recommend corrective actions to maintain agreed upon schedule and cost as well as overall program accomplishments.
- Analyzes project milestones and budgets.
- Documents and provides results of specific business process re-engineering initiatives and alternative action proposals.
- Monitors individual project objectives, milestones, and budgets within the overall program objectives.
- Prepares correspondence relevant to projects/programs.