The Global Positioning System (GPS) Systems Engineering & Integration (SE&I) team has an immediate need for a Control Segment Deputy. This individual will be a Senior Systems Engineer with experience in Department of Defense (DoD) and GPS programs. The qualified applicant will become a member of TASC's GPS SE&I Management team. The GPS SE&I Team provides specialized engineering, analysis, operations support, and subject matter expertise to the GPS Directorate and other GPS customers. The team also provides systems engineering and analysis services to include system development, enterprise and system architecture, acquisition, testing, operations and sustainment support for existing and new capabilities. Major duties of the position include:
* Coordinating ground integration requirements for Architecture Evolution Plan (AEP), Launch & Checkout Capability (LCC), GPS III Contingency Operations services (COps) and Next Generation Operational Control System (OCX) * Applying systems engineering best practices to identify derived requirements from government specifications and interface control documents, and assist with translating requirements into tasks for hardware and software developers * Supporting the GPS Directorate in defining, capturing, and maintaining the technical, schedule, and cost risks throughout the system lifecycle and developing risk mitigation courses of action and assessing impacts of risks and proposed changes * Interacting with contractor and government leads to ensure that all system and interface requirements are consistent and valid across the GPS Enterprise * Creating systems engineering documents for supported development, including System Engineering Master Plan, System or Segment Design Document, and Integrated Master Schedule and associated requirements traceability matrices * Collaborating with prime contractors, other support contractors, government civilians, and members of the U.S. Air Force
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