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Job – Aircraft Systems Security Engineer in Maryland
Location: Maryland, USA
Job type: Permanent
Category: Automotive Engineering
Job Reference: 343998302
Posted on: 24 Jan 2018
About the Role:
Systems Engineer with anti-tamper and security focus, working on engineering development of modern complex systems (NAVAIR Rotary and Fixed Wing Aircraft). Employs systems engineering methods and tools in the development of advanced complex systems, and when appropriate, conduct research in applied systems engineering to advance the field. Supports full program life cycle and milestones. Creates engineering documents and other deliverables. Performs Cyber Risk Assessments and uses CyberSafe. Builds table top scenarios and does after action analysis. Interfaces with program office management, engineers as well as vendor management and engineers.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities: A minimum of four (4) years of professional experience in a Naval Aviation systems engineering field and a Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, physics, or equivalent field is required.
The resume must clearly delineate four (4) years recent and relevant systems engineering experience in at least one (1) of the following areas: Development of systems engineering documentation to include, but not be limited to AP’s, POA&M’s, PMP’s, TEMPS, SEMPs, MNS, ORD, ICD, CCD, and CPD in accordance with the latest DOD 5000 series instructions. Technical documentation evaluations to include, but not be limited to prime contractor deliverables, system specifications, functional requirements documents, mission planning documents. SOW/specification input to competitive procurement packages. Development of aircraft upgrade initiatives. SEST participation. Design Experience relative to aircraft in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Hardware/Software Integration or Systems Integration.
Required Qualifications: Prior experience with CyberSafe Experience performing Cyber Risk assessment
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