Software Engineer 4

Members of the Software Engineering Process Group (SEPG) interact with project personnel, IPT leads, functional homeroom, quality assurance, internal and external auditors, and occasionally customers. Main responsibilities include working with projects to ensure they have adopted and adapted/tailored the organization's standard process to meet specific project goals (cost, process, and quality); the collection, evaluation and dissemination of process improvement suggestions across the Software Systems directorate by working with SEPG representatives from the various centers; and the collection and analysis of project quality and productivity metrics. Additional responsibilities include working with projects to determine root cause and corrective action of defects and assisting projects during internal and external audits (AS9100, DCMA and CMMI). Other tasks may include working with projects and proposals to produce cost estimates and proposal input, supporting independent review teams, and providing process training to the organization.

Basic Qualifications:
9 years of Software Engineering related experiencewith STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math)Bachelors; 7 Years with STEM Masters; 4 Years with PhD. Knowledge of IEEE Standards, AS9100, CMMI-Dev, SEER-SEM, and statistical analysis tools, ability to maintain DoD Secret or higher clearance

Preferred Qualifications:
Knowledge of the various frameworks (AS9100, IEEE, CMMI), strong verbal and written communication skills, self-starters/able to work autonomously with little direction

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