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Journeyman Systems Engineer

GMRE is seeking a Journeyman Systems Engineer to support the DCGS Branch at Warner Robins, GA.
Duties will include supporting the DCGS mission requirements, including providing integrated logistics, engineering support and the coordination of weapon system acquisition/operational support.
Specific tasks of the support contract include:
Strategic programmatic and technical services for DCGS weapons system modernization and sustainment; process development, analysis and modeling
CGS Enterprise-wide system of systems capability integration; programmatic and technological solutions
Professional management support; program, project and life cycle management; advisory, analytical, and assistance support
Professional engineering and technical support; advisory, analytical, and ssistance support for systems and family of systems related to the DCGS weapons system
General System Engineering responsibilities include providing technical delivery order expertise and technical guidance in solving complex hardware/software engineering problems.
Provides technical support of all phases of hardware/software design analysis, development, integration, and implementation. Must be capable of determining appropriate use of technologies in solving engineering problems.
Required Education/Training/Experience
BS/MS Eng., Computer Science, Software, Mathematics, or Physics
3 years (2 years with MS degree) of progressive experience in systems integration and analysis of military hardware and software systems/processes. 2 years experience leading system design, integration, and analytical efforts
Experience with AF DCGS acquisition, sustainment and/or life cycle management programs specifically related to one of the 4 DCGS ACAT III programs (GEOINT, Systems Release, NETCOMMS, DATALINKS) or direct support to the DCGS Branch. (Desired)
Recent operational AF DCGS or TPED enterprise experience (desired)
DAU Systems Engineer Level I/II Certification or commercial equivalent (desired)
Advanced certification such Certified Information Systems Security Professional, A+, or Security+ (desired)
Experience using full suite of MS-Office applications
Must be able to acquire US Government TS/SCI security clearance.

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