KBRwyle is seeking an experienced Systems/Avionics Integration Engineer to support the acquisition of aeronautical systems and subsystems. The successful candidate will utilize their expertise in developing and analyzing avionics systems and cybersecurityengineering artifacts used to support the integration of advanced avionics systems and subsystems at the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC). The candidate will support Assessment and Authorization (A&A) processes leading to successful ATO decisions across multiple platforms. This position will focus on technical assessments of program developed artifacts, test results, and the output of the risk management program for each system assessed. The candidate will conduct security assessments. The selected individual will perform key cybersecurity analyses and use technical risk management principles to assess the Air Force Platform Information Technology (PIT) A&A process.The candidate will be experienced and successful at solving complex cybersecurity issues, enjoy working in a dynamic, responsive, and collaborative environment, and dedicated to the success of our customers against advanced, persistent threats.
Education: A Bachelor's Degree in an engineering field, from an accredited college or university is required.
Experience: A total of twenty (20) years total work experience is required. At least five (5) years of practical experience in systems engineering is required. Current experience and knowledge of the DoD acquisition processes and other service specific requirements is preferred. Ideal candidate would have experience in avionics integration and cyber processes. Experience with Joint Programs and Interoperability is also highly desired.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of systems engineering principles, networkarchitecture analysis, verification and validation of requirements, and understanding the risk management process is desired. The candidate must have the ability to communicate with and distill information from technical resources during formal and informal meetings.
Applicant selected may be subject to a government securityinvestigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.