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BA 192 Project Manager/Systems Engineer Mar 6, 2019
Baltimore, MD  
  Requirements
Required Skills:
• Demonstrated experience in a systems engineering/project
management role, particularly in SW development or IT
systems
• Understanding and Experience with Software Development
Life Cycle (SDLC) concepts, processes and work products
(i.e. SRS, SDD, SSP, Test Plan).
• Demonstrated ability to actively and successfully engage
with Customers, Mission Leads, Chief Architects and
Developers
• Experience with designing and documenting enterprise
systems
• Experience in requirements gathering, creation and
definition
• Experience with Metrics Analysis and Generation
• Extensive experience and ability to manage workflow in a
heavily matrixed organization, with multiple competing
stakeholders
• Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication and
strong technical writing skills
• Experience with efficiently leading meetings (both
technical and project status) with diverse audiences

Desired Skills:
• Experience or familiarity with Risk Management Framework
(RMF) Compliance
• Systems Engineering Professional Certification (CSEP)
preferred
• PMP Certification preferred
• Experience optimizing processes and workflows utilizing
tools, technology, and people
• Ability to develop, track and maintain schedules
• Experience providing project status to customers at
various levels
• Ability to successfully multi-task and work on a variety
of projects simultaneously with varying resources, scope,
and deadlines
• A background in Software or systems Engineering
This position will be performed as a member of Cyber
Forensics Lab (CFL) organization within the DoD Cyber Crime
Center (DC3), a national cyber center. The position is
located at the DC3 facility, and will require the candidate
to work shoulder-to-shoulder with multiple government
customers and DC3 Directorates. The candidate will act as a
liaison between the lab and the technical solutions
development team regarding lab projects that are in
development. This includes requirements gathering for the
lab infrastructure and development projects, collect and
report updates for projects and resources which get
integrated into the overall program integrated master
schedule, and provide project status updates and metrics
gathering for leadership. A successful candidate will have
tangible experience as an IT systems engineer providing a
holistic systems engineering approach to software
development projects. The candidate will be expected to
work with customers to collect and generate quality, well
defined and testable requirements. The candidate will work
closely with developers to guide design, development, and
deployment of systems. The successful candidate will have
project management expertise, having taken projects from
requirements gathering through operations using sound
engineering practice and rigor. The candidate will lead
various reviews with the customer and technical exchange
meetings with developers. The qualified candidate will be
familiar with the software development lifecycle and system
engineering processes. Candidate should have the ability to
provide systems analysis of a software tool to assess its
impacts on infrastructure, Information Assurance, and
existing systems. The candidate will also assist in the
development of new processes, SOPs, and process
enhancements for the Software Development team. Candidate
should have familiarity with producing, analyzing and
evaluating organizational metrics. This position will have
high visibility on the program, with regular engagement
with senior program and government leaders.

Alliant LCAT Description: Possesses and applies a
comprehensive knowledge across key tasks and high impact
assignments. Plans and leads major technology assignments.
Evaluates performance results and recommends major changes
affecting short-term project growth and success. Functions
as a technical expert across multiple project assignments.
May supervise others.

Suggested Qualifications: 18-22 years of professional
experience without a degree; or 10-14 years of professional
experience with a Bachelors degree from an accredited
college in a related discipline, or equivalent
experience/combined education; or 8-12 years of
professional experience with a related Masters degree; or 4
years of professional experience required with a related
PhD or JD; Considered an emerging authority / authority in
discipline. Consideration should always be given for the
level of specific domain expertise.
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