Follow Us:
DUNS: 829197503 | FEIN: 26-3089577 | Cage Code: 5FCT4
Job Openings >> Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering
Summary
Title:Systems Engineering
ID:5099
Department:Information Technology
Location:Orlando, FL
Description

8-koi is currently pursuing an opportunity that would support NAWCTSD in the Acquisition and Management of Navy Training Services, in Orlando, FL.  This contract will provide support to overarching programs including; Aviation Platforms, Sea Platforms, Undersea Platforms, Schools, Research as well as other programs that fall under NAWCTSD Program Directorates or Competencies.

We are currently targeting an award date in late 2019 with Contract Transition to begin in early 2020.  As is typical in the Government Contracts Arena, Incumbent (current) employees that fit the skill set and compensation metrics, with a successful performance record will be given first right of refusal to retain employment on this contract while new applicants will be considered for all position on an as needed basis.

Please review all opportunities that are listed and apply to any/all positions that match your skill set.  For further information or any questions please reach out to byeargin@8-koi.com.

Systems Engineering:

The successful employee(s) will perform the following work:

a. Analyze technical documentation and prepare technical design approaches for training system(s). The technical design approach shall provide alternative design approaches that will include tradeoff analyses and identify technical risks.

b. Analyze and identify facility requirements such as size of buildings, air conditioning, electrical power and grounding, raised flooring, etc. to satisfy training requirements.

c. Develop cost and lead-time estimates for training system development.

d. Apply decision analysis techniques to ensure that the engineering approach is cost effective and satisfies the training objectives. Upon determination of the proper engineering approach,

prepare a technical description that includes a block diagram and math models. Determine the degree of fidelity of the simulation necessary to maximize the transfer of training.

e. Develop quantitative criteria and recommend tradeoffs regarding inputs received from supporting personnel concerning training system change(s). Provide contractor support to planners.

f. Develop inputs to engineering specifications detailing design, performance, testing, and provisions for the acceptance of the engineering changes.

g. Assist with the development of evaluation criteria and evaluate technical proposals and work statements submitted by commercial contractors or in-house resources. When appropriate, recommend the best technical approach submitted in response to the specification. Clarify engineering design ambiguities, highlighting areas of design deficiency, and resolving conflicts in the proposed engineering technical approach. Document the configuration, design, and performance characteristics of the proposed training system.

h. Conduct market research.

i. Develop inputs to engineering Specifications and other documents IAW NAWCTSD Orlando’s policies and procedures on Technical Procurement Package Preparation and Processing.

j. Review training system contractor's design approach, criteria, and design reports. Evaluate the design approach, criteria and reports, and provide evaluation comments.

k. Continuously assess training system contractor performance and recommend appropriate action when contractor delinquencies or deficiencies occur.

l. Recommend changes to the training systems contract based on revisions to military training requirements, changes to performance characteristics, or plans for product improvements.

m. Monitor the configuration management of the training system.

n. Monitor and assess training system hardware and software development status and provide CSS in resolving related programmatic issues.

o. Identify problems being encountered in hardware and software development and provide recommendations as to how to resolve these problems.

p. Review the training system contractor's proposed test criteria and test procedures, and subsequently perform examinations and acceptance tests.

q. Analyze potential requirements for modifications on training systems in the operational phase of the training system life cycle. This involves extensive research and coordination, including direct contact with fleet activities, Government laboratories, and device/system users.

r. When required, propose technical solutions related to a project during training systems contractor or in-house resource performance. Review waivers and deviations in material, processes, and selection, performance characteristics and testing parameter variances.

s. Participate in design review conferences and address and evaluate trade-offs concerning maintainability and reliability.

8-Koi and, its wholly owned subsidiary, CDE are Equal Opportunity Employers. 8-Koi and CDE do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.

This opening is closed and is no longer accepting applications
Powered by ApplicantStack