SMC/RSL Operational Transition SME

Job Code: #3192
Title: SMC/RSL Operational Transition SME
Date Posted: 03/02/2016
Job Location: Aurora, Buckley AFB Colorado
Job Description:
This contract will provide engineering and technical sustainment support to the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Enterprise in the following areas: Core Sustainment and Logistics Support (CSLS), Configuration Management (CM) and Technical Order (TO) Support, Buckley Support Team (BST) Support, Remote Sensing Systems Directorate Support, and CISF Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Support. SBIRS is an Acquisition Category I (ACAT I) program consisting of an integrated systems of systems including multiple space-based sensors and a ground element.
This position works on high-visibility or mission critical aspects of a given program and performs all functional duties independently. May oversee the efforts of less senior staff and/or be responsible for the efforts of all staff assigned to a specific job.
Plan for transitioning from a legacy vehicle-only fleet, to a mix of legacy and S2E2 vehicles, and to a S2E2 vehicle-only fleet. Planning shall include, but not be limited to, recommendations regarding decommissioning of legacy vehicles, incorporation of the vehicles and their parts/equipment into the supply system, changes to employment and deployment concepts, and manning recommendations.
Subject matter expert S2E2 vehicles
Strong written and verbal skills including writing reports and presenting results to customers
Able to obtain Top Secret clearance
Experience with the maintenance/sustainment of a satellite ground system
Specific experience with SBIRS, DSP, or other Overhead Persistent Infrared system
Able to quickly obtain TS/SCI accesses due to prior adjudication or recently in an SCI billet
Buckley AFB, Denver CO
All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or status as a Vietnam era or special disabled veteran.

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