B-52 Configuration/Data Manager (Dayton OH) in Dayton, OH at DCS

Date Posted: 5/23/2023

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Job Description

Knowledge and experience in configuration control, data management, and deficiency reporting for an ACAT Ii/III equivalent weapon system modernization programs from technology development through final disposition of the weapon system.

Position is with B-52 Program at WPAFB in Dayton Ohio.

Essential Job Functions:

Configuration control experience managing program documentation, program records, program history, meeting minutes and action items, proposals, deviations, & waivers.

Experience and knowledge in preparing for and executing program technical reviews and functional and physical configuration audits.

Experience organizing and operating Configuration Control Boards and Business Management Boards or their equivalents.

Experience with configuration status accounting databases contractor data substantiation.

Knowledge and experience; preparing, reviewing, and obtaining approval of contract data requirements lists and requests for nomenclature and Computer Program Identification Numbers.

Knowledge and understanding of all aspects of applicable commercial, DoD 5000.02, and associated USAF configuration management/data management (CM/DM) processes and policies across the weapon system lifecycle.

Assist in planning, execution, and participate in program design reviews, technical meetings, and working groups as applicable to provide configuration management perspectives and resolve any configuration management issues.

Support the analyses of the impacts of the configuration management change process on lifecycle sustainment.

Participate on government and industry teams to resolve program configuration management issues.

Support development and coordination of program configuration and data management requirements.

Support program data management tasks to include creating and maintaining Engineering Data Management Plans and Engineering Data Activity Files as well as planning and executing Engineering Data Guidance Conferences and In-Process Reviews (IPRs) of engineering drawings.

Development and review of configuration control and data management relevant requirements and products.

Support all aspects of the deficiency reporting, management, and closure across the weapon system lifecycle.

Required Skills:

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

Minimum of 5 years of relevant CM/DM experience in government and/or private industry.

Have a Bachelors degree with least 12 years’ experience.

SECRET clearance is required.

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