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The customer's Systems Engineering Directorate (SED) is transforming its contract structure to more closely align to the skills and structure of systems engineering in a capability based, service-enabled, architecture environment. The primary objective of the INCEPTUM contract is to provide integration and closure; process; mission assurance; service management; and verification, validation and transition systems engineering and technical support services to the Systems Engineering Directorate that will enable it to execute its responsibilities efficiently and effectively, achieve the SED vision, and ensure mission success.
The INCEPTUM contract is responsible for supporting requirements and conops development and updates; independent verification, validation and test in support of mission closure; overseeing the readiness process in support of enterprise, system and acquisition-level milestones; leading and supporting project planning; assessing schedule and risk; generating and presenting engineering briefings; and interfacing with numerous customers. This position requires an understanding of the intelligence community and customer domain, along with a strong focus on core systems engineering processes in support of end-to-end mission and services closure.
This position will serve as a member of the INCEPTUM Verification, Validation and Transition (VV&T) team the INCEPTUM
Contract. The candidate will interact with multiple Acquisition Offices (AOs) and facilitates risk and action closure with
Acquisition Offices and users, and supports technical consultation, meeting coordination, and recommendation briefings.
Activities supported may include, but are not limited to:
(1) Evaluation of architecture, requirements, risks and opportunities, and processes for VV&T impacts;
(2) Definition of VV&T activities and generation of associated VV&T products (e.g., test strategies, test plans, Requests for
Change (RFCs), procedures, checklists, RVTMs, briefings, etc.) for new and modified mission capabilities;
(3) Support the execution of those VV&T activities;
(4) Prepare reports describing the results, risk assessment, discrepancy reporting and lessons learned of those VV&T activities;
(5) Provide direct, interfacing support to the customer at the customer’s operational sites.
Due to the broad nature of the services workload, the chosen candidate should have knowledge of GEOINT and/or SIGINT and
overall space and ground architecture.
• Requires 0 to 2 years with BS/BA or 6 to 8 years with no degree.
• Requires an active TS/SCI with Poly
• Ability to relate professionally inside the work environment
• Proven communication skills
• Highly organized
• Proven adaptability
• Knowledge of the Westfields customer
• Verification, Validation and Transition (VV&T) experience within overall customer domain
• Experience writing test strategies and plans, executing tests, analyzing data and summarizing results
• Experience in system integration and transition approaches to accommodate the End to End GEOINT and/or SIGINT life-cycle