MILSATCOM Test and Evaluation Engineer (Government)
AT&T Test and Evaluation role in support of Department of Defense (DoD) Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) programs for the United States Air Force (USAF) Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) in El
Roles and responsibilities include:
- Oversee Test Master Schedule and the integration of Program Integrated Master schedules, test plans, test objectives, test measures, and evaluation criteria.
- Develop T&E strategy, Test and Evaluation Master Plan, requirements verification and test plans, test objectives, test methodology, and evaluation criteria.
- Collecting, reviewing, analyzing and reporting T&E data. Supporting implementation of common Test and Evaluation database for the program. Supporting development of DoD compliant deficiency reporting and resolution system.
- Support T&E reviews, audits, Integrated Product Teams (IPTs), Deficiency Review Boards (DRBs), Material Improvement Process Review Boards (MIPRBs) and Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs).
Position requires on site support in El Segundo, CA.
AT&T does not provide paid relocation for this position.
This is a great opportunity to join the AT&T Government Support team in El Segundo, CA.
Active Secret Department of Defense clearance requirements
Required Skills and experience:
- 3+ years demonstrated experience in multi-faceted tests and test project teams
- 3+ years test and evaluation experience with DoD/USAF test processes and documentation
- 3+ years' experience with MILSATCOM
- 5+ years' experience in systems engineering
- 3+ years' experience in DoD and commercial SATCOM and network engineering
- 3+ years' experience with military space systems and protected MILSATCOM systems
- 3+ years' experience with ground systems
Active DoD Secret clearance
BA or BS degree
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