SYSTEMS ENGINEER- COMBAT SYSTEMS
PMAT Inc. is searching for a mid-level Systems Engineer to join our team of talented IT professionals in support of surface Navy combat system programs.
Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) Combat System Engineering Agent (CSEA)
SSDS is the key integration and control element of the SSDS ICS for Carriers and Amphibious ships. SSDS integrates the sensors and weapons on each platform configuration, managing detect-thru engage capability for Air, Surface, Undersea, Strike, and Command and Control Warfare, including Naval Self-Defense. SSDS also supports secondary mission areas, such as Mobility, Amphibious Warfare, and Fleet Support Operations (e.g., Search and Rescue).
The Command & Control elements of Navy combat systems are open architecture software-intensive systems that integrate the available sensors, weapons and networks on each platform and across a netted force, managing detect-thru engage capability for Air, Surface, Undersea, Strike, and Command and Control Warfare, including Naval Self-Defense, and support secondary mission areas, such as Mobility, Amphibious Warfare, and Fleet Support Operations (e.g., Search and Rescue).
The Systems Engineer will perform requirements analysis, functional analysis and allocation, synthesis, validation and verification, system analysis control and risk management in support of the design, development, integration, test, and delivery of combat system command and control element upgrades and successful system-of-systems integration with the rest of the Integrated Combat System (ICS) and netted force.
– Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline and 5+ years of experience in real-time system-of-systems development
– 5 years of command and control (C2) experience
– Experience in surface Navy combat system development is desired, though C2 experience in other services is acceptable.
– Experience using DOORS, SysML, MATLAB, and ClearQuest
– Active secret clearance required
– Provide engineering in support of requirements development, test evaluation, analysis and reporting of baseline upgrades or new capabilities.
– Perform requirements analysis during all system lifecycle phases – concept, design, fabrication, test, installation, operation, maintenance and disposal.
– Perform functional analysis, timeline analysis, detail trade studies, requirements allocation and interface definition studies to translate customer top-level requirements and needs into system level