Systems Engineer, Sr. (F-15)
Company: Oasis Systems LLC
Posted on: January 9, 2021
Overview:Oasis Systems has an exciting opportunity for a Systems
Engineer, Senior located at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The
Systems Engineer, Senior will provide systems engineering support
to the F-15 Division. The F-15 Division is responsible for
management and professional services, engineering and technical
services, and studies, analyses and evaluations to accomplish the
unit's mission to design, develop, integrate, test, produce,
deploy, modernize, sustain and support U.S. and FMS F-15 fighter
aircraft weapon systems and subsystems.LOCATION: Wright Patterson
Air Force Base, Dayton, OHJOB STATUS: Full-TimeTRAVEL: Occasional
CONUS travel may be requiredREQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS (Education,
Certifications, Experience, Skills)SECURITY CLEARANCE: DoD Secret
Clearance RequiredEDUCATION:Minimum of ten (10) years of experience
and a MS in engineering or a minimum of twenty (20) years of
experience and an ABET-accredited bachelor's degree in engineering.
Works high-visibility or mission critical aspects of a given
program and performs all functional duties independently. Oversees
the efforts of less senior staff and/or is responsible for the
efforts of all staff assigned to a specific job.CERTIFICATIONS:The
Contractor shall be system safety trained by successful completion
of one of the following training class(es) or their
- Web-Based Interactive Safety Environment Learning Management
System, on-line through Naval Ordnance Safety and Security
- Systems Safety Management Course (SSM-102), offered on-site by
- System Safety Engineering, offered in-residence or on-site,
A-P-T Research, Inc., and/or;
- Practical System Safety, offered in-residence by the Southern
California Safety Institute.EXPERIENCE LEVEL: SeniorThe Contractor
shall have knowledge of systems integration engineering in support
of system definition, development, integration, verification
methods, sustainment, risk MS&A, T&E, human system
integration, crew stations engineering, OSS&E efforts,
interoperability requirements, and airworthiness certification
across a wide range of hardware and software systems, including
- Review/develop/update applicable program documentation for
systems integration engineering relevant requirements and
- Participate in and assist in the planning of systems
engineering risk assessments by establishing a risk management
review, coordinating action item status, and updating risk
- Support the F-15 Division's Airworthiness Certification Working
Group by supporting, developing and maintaining a comprehensive
Modification Airworthiness Criteria Certification compliance
package, and conducting an airworthiness risk assessment. Support
the planning and execution of the Airworthiness Review Board
Meeting in support of obtaining Military Flight Release
(MFR)/Military Type Certificates (MTC). Produce draft documentation
as requested or necessitated by programmatic constraints based on
cost, schedule and performance to support the airworthiness
- Review and perform assessments on program specific databases,
and analyze Built-in Test (BIT) failure reports and compare failure
reports against the BIT Interpreter Analyzer for accuracy of BIT
- Provide system integration guidance to the F-15 Division for
the program system installation and system maintenance; review and
analyze technical proposals or modifications for design feasibility
and system capability; conduct performance effectiveness, cost
effectiveness, cost performance, life-cycle cost, producibility,
maintainability, supportability, reliability, technical and
schedule risk assessments, and scheduling trade-off studies; and
perform systems analyses to include, but not limited to, system
design/design feasibility and state-of-the-art assessments.
- Develop an effective Reliability and Maintainability (R&M)
process that assures the user's weapon system R&M requirements
are clearly defined and achieved with agreement by the F-15
Division in support of the user's requirements. The defined R&M
process shall be consistent with the program acquisition,
sustainment and disposal scope and strategy, and clearly evident
within the IMP/IMS. The R&M process shall clearly show the
application of the integrity approach to reliable and maintainable
design, and the tasks of the IMP/IMS shall identify incremental
R&M achievement verification at all significant program
- Review the failure reporting, analysis and corrective action
system and reliability standard reports, work with the Centralized
Asset Management System database to check failure reporting from
the field, and handle all Deficiency Reports (DRs) assuring proper
classification and adequate detail to resolve.
- Assist in reviewing the overall system design baseline
(architecture and interoperability requirements).
- Review and analyze technical proposals or modifications for
design feasibility and system compatibility.
- Assist with developmental planning support in evaluation of the
military mission to be accomplished and any related requirements
- Apply a full range of system safety philosophy, policies, and
procedures to perform a wide range of acquisition management
activities in support of the existing and future F-15 Division
programs. Have a working knowledge of MIL-STD-882E.
- Accomplish system safety engineering tasks to include risk
assessments necessary to support management operations functions
within the F-15 Division.
- Support the system safety program for the assigned program(s)
to ensure all systems procured are safe to operate and maintain.
The tasks include:
- Reviewing and assisting with the development of system safety
program plans and hazard analyses;
- Performing risk assessments;
- Evaluating weapon system contractor safety proposals;
- Evaluating safety concerns/issues of using and support
- Assisting with the resolution of safety issues/risks IAW
MIL-STD-882 System Safety Program Requirements, AFI 91-202, The
USAF Mishap Prevention Program, and applicable AFMC supplements.
- Ensure that risks are mitigated IAW the order of precedence
defined in MIL-STD-882E, Paragraph 4.3.4.
- Establish or use existing hazard tracking logs to track each
hazard to closure, meaning until the last aircraft or document is
modified/changed. Be responsible for organizing, generating and
presenting the briefing charts, agenda, and minutes for the
program's annual System Safety Group Meeting, and co-chairing the
meeting with the USAF chief engineer and the program's prime weapon
system contractor representative.
- Maintain a file of all current mishap risk assessments and
annually submit risk acceptance packages for risks with a "high" or
"serious" risk designation to the appropriate organization.
- Support mishap investigations as required, and shall respond to
the findings and recommendations in the mishap reports. The task
includes working with various disciplines including, but not
limited to, engineering and program management) to develop
solutions to the findings and recommendations and reporting them
through the appropriate channels to the USAF Safety Center.
- Participate in System Safety Working Group Meetings as needed
to address and work to resolve specific system safety issues.
- Support requests for deviations, waivers, and Configuration
Control Board (CCB) meetings to ensure the safety of the aircraft
systems and subsystems are not jeopardized by these actions.
- Support all technical reviews and various program reviews for
system safety, to identify and resolve any safety issues/concerns
or transfer them over to the hazard database/log for
- Participate in conferences and crisis management team meetings.
Be responsible for keeping the crisis management team roster
- Evaluate all ECPs, CCPs, TO modifications, T-2 (temporary)
modifications, prime weapon system/subcontractor proposals and
hazard analyses, safety escape issues, airworthiness documentation,
and weapons SI program documentation.
- Identify all safety non-compliances in regards to airworthiness
and OSS&E. Update all program safety recommendations in the
USAF Safety Automated System every six (6) months, in support of
the Mishap Review Panel.Who We AreOasis Systems is a premier
provider of customer-driven, cost-effective and quality Engineering
Services; Enterprise Systems and Applications; Human Factors
Engineering; Information Technology and Cyber Security;
Professional Services; and Specialized Engineering Solutions to the
Department of Defense, FAA, NRC and other federal agencies.We
strive to be an exciting and welcoming company that attracts,
develops, motivates and retains the most talented, skilled and
dedicated people in the industry; where they are encouraged to
achieve personal excellence, purpose, and their full potential and
career aspirations; while supporting mission-critical national
security technologies and programs.Oasis Systems is an equal
opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or
employment on the basis of any legally protected characteristic
including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national
origin, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, ancestry, age,
medical condition, military veteran status or on the basis of
physical handicap which, with reasonable accommodation, render the
application to satisfactorily perform the job available.
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