Eng Sr - Sys

This position is for a systems engineer for Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) programs. The work will be run out of BAE Systems Identification and Mission Computer Solutions division where our primary customers are the US Army, Navy, Air Force and other Government and International entities. Responsibilities include performing system engineering functions such as developing and managing systems level requirements, developing operational systems concepts, originating design concepts or performing systems level integration and test for Radar Engineering.

An individual at this level should begin demonstrating the leadership ability to lead small work groups or program teams, although may be doing it for the first time.

Primary duties and responsibilities include:

Performs one or more of the following systems engineering functions:

a. Develops, allocates and manages complex system level requirements.

b. Reviews, develops and documents complex system level operational concepts and mission statements.

c. Researches and develops complex system designs and architectures.

d. Evaluates simple system designs and architectures and recommends design modifications to eliminate design flaws that do not support the systems requirements.

e. Analyzes and prepares documentation for complex system designs and architectures in accordance with established system development processes and procedures.

f. Develops and analyzes simple algorithms

g. Performs complex system/product integration activities.

h. Verifies and validates complex system designs to ensure conformance with functional specifications and customer requirements.

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