Consulting Acquisition Systems Engineer (Hybrid) in Beavercreek, OH at DCS

Date Posted: 1/23/2023

Job Snapshot

Job Description

In this role you will provide Systems Engineering Subject Matter Expertise to various acquisition and sustainment programs within the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.

Essential Job Functions:

Knowledge and experience with the design, development, integration, test, and sustainment of aircraft subsystems equipment and software.

Expert knowledge of development, integration, and test of aircraft fuel, power, and landing gear subsystems.

Support development and review of the full range of documentation and products required by DoDI 5000.02.

Knowledge of the USAF Airworthiness process per MIL-HDBK-516 and the AF Life-Cycle Systems Engineering (LCSE) and Operational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness (OSS&E) processes as prescribed by AFMCI 63-1201.

Support implementation of Air Force Integrity Programs.

Support requirements development, allocation, and verification.

Support review and evaluation of weapon system design, analyses, and verification documentation and reports.

Support and develop technical and business data necessary to build and, as required, present program briefs.

Support program meetings, working groups, and technical and business reviews as needed.

Review, analyze, and communicate technical risks and issues with respect to the program’s prime contractor submitted CCPs, ECPs, and change orders.

Attend all technical reviews and provide technical advice on the path forward to installation of the new hardware and software into the system.

Apply the principles, criteria, and procedures of DoDD 5000.1 and DoD 5000.2R as well as the policies and processes of HQ AFMC and the AFLCMC Engineering Directorate to all acquisition engineering tasks.

Required Skills:

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

Possess a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Engineering, or higher and a minimum of 20 years of related experience with a minimum of 5 of those years working in a DoD acquisition program as either a sub-system or system lead engineer within a recognized ACAT I (or equivalent) special access program office. An ABET accredited engineering degree is required.

The required clearance level is dependent upon position and project assignment, and may include: Secret or Top Secret, and their NATO equivalents.


Job Requirements


ChooseYour Path