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Sr Aerospace Systems Engineer ( R-00071235 )

Aerospace and Aviation

Aerospace Engineer



McLean, Virginia, United States


Job Description:

Job Summary
The Leidos Intelligence Group is seeking a Sr Aerospace System Engineer (SE) for a large, multi-year contract supporting critical development programs. The selected candidate will capture and develop requirements and provide architecture recommendations • Perform Analysis of Options and making evidence based recommendations on possible Courses of Action • Review technical packages (ex. proposals, drawings, ICDs, architectures) and provide technical and programmatic recommendations in alignment with mission needs and overall strategy • Develop information packages to support custom acquisition management (SOW, SRD, Schedules, Letters and Memos, Budget and funding projections and requests) • Anticipate, Mitigate, and debug component integration issues • Review formal acceptance test plans and test cards and run-for-record execution. • Keep tabs on applicable future technologies. Identify technology incorporation opportunities and provide recommendations to adapt them

Job requirements:

  • Must possess an active TS/SCI with polygraph. Candidates who do not possess this clearance will not be considered.

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering field. Master's preferred. 12+ years of experience with full-lifecycle systems engineering processes with prior experience working in aviation domain.

  • Able to work in a dynamic and changing environment that will require tailoring and adapting systems engineering principles and processes to meet the speed and needs of the mission.

  • Ability and willingness to develop detailed familiarity with aircraft system architectures, requirements baselines, and payload capabilities.

  • Demonstrated experience working with multiple stakeholders to build partnerships and foster relationships.

  • Ability to effectively work with a diverse (engineers/operators/management) team that may be geographically dispersed.

  • Demonstrated experience pro-actively identifying risks and issues prior to realization, and developing and making recommendations to avoid, mitigate, or accept.

  • Expertise and ability to support working tasks with limited guidance and supervision.

Desired skills: Prior Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) experience. • Deep engineering domain experience in airborne systems (manned or unmanned). • Deep expertise in one or more of the Duties/Tasks areas. • Masters in Engineering field, preferably Systems Engineering or with significant SE coursework.

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