The MITRE Corporation BMC2 Systems Engineer in Bedford, Massachusetts
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The Airborne Battle Management and Command and Control (ABMC2) department includes an energetic and diverse team of engineers and global flight operations domain analysts committed to assisting our sponsors with their most critical mission problems. In our Global Flight Operations program, we do impact assessments and develop approaches to proactively improve the integration of Civil and Military operations. One of our major technology thrusts is enhancements to enable the Air Force’s Agile Combat Employment. In the BMC2 area, we are assisting our U.S. and foreign partners on major upgrades to enhance effectiveness of their airborne platforms in a contested environment to gain and retain air superiority. One of our skill areas is integration of sensor systems and the application of open system architecture approaches. Through applying a breadth of skills, we assist our sponsors in mission requirements analysis, technology tradeoffs, and experimentation. We are seeking talented and motivated systems engineers to join our team to support ABMC2 projects. Key responsibilities include:
Identify operational or technical gaps in current systems and recommending mitigations for fielded or new systems in development
Identify opportunities to apply emerging technology to the air battle management and command and control (C2) domains
Develop and present prototypes and system models to help customers frame emerging technology trends to increase affordability, efficiency, and effectiveness
Engage in system concept development, requirements engineering, system architecture development and evaluation, and test strategy development
Present technical recommendations to government program office customers
BS in a technical discipline
Applicants selected for this position will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or applicants who are eligible for security clearances
Coursework or internship experience applying systems engineering principles
Interest and exposure to C2 systems, cross-system interoperability, networking and communications, or sensor modeling
Excellent interpersonal, writing, communication, and briefing skills to interact with team members and the US Government and international customers
Bachelor’s degree Engineering or related field
Ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance
BS and 2 years of related experience
Active Secret clearance with the ability to obtain and maintain a TS/SCI
Experience implementing rapid prototyping for DoD projects
Experience with DoD systems engineering lifecycle processes
Expertise in simulation and analysis software tools such as MATLAB, R, AFSIM and programming languages such as C++ and Java
Experience with Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and Digital Engineering concepts and tools
Demonstrated experience developing DoD or FAA systems in the areas of Command and Control, cross-system interoperability, networking and communications, or sensor modeling
Master’s or Ph.D. in Engineering, Physics, or related field
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