Test Designer II
Company: E3 Government Consulting LLC.
Location: Colorado Springs
Posted on: November 20, 2020
Performs a variety of routine test designs. Provide experience
and familiarization with test design methods. Provides test
approaches and ensures successful implementation. Identify the
appropriate techniques, tools and guidelines to implement the
required tests, and gives guidance on the corresponding resources
requirements for the test effort. Provides specifies and verifies
the required Test Environment Configurations. The contractor shall
evaluate requests for test support; monitor test programs, monitor
test milestones, draft Safety Confirmation and Releases; review
detailed test plans and test reports, and assist with the
development of new test methodology. This position is contingent
upon a pending Government contract award and funding availability.
Requirements Must possess a Bachelors Degree in engineering,
mathematics, scientific or operational research specialization or
related discipline, plus three years of experience in testing
design. Provide test development, plan testing, reviewing the test
design, or executing test design of military systems. Experience in
DoD integrated test philosophy, test regulations, and coordinated
test and evaluation programs are required. Must be familiar with
DoD drawings, specifications practices, formats and procedures.
Secret security clearance is required. Five (5) years of experience
within the last ten years in any combination in the following
areas: 1) Developmental test (DT), operational test (OT), and
evaluation methods for Army and Joint Service missile defense
systems and programs to include but not limited to: radar
technology, missile booster dynamics, kill vehicle functions,
hypersonic vehicle dynamics, directed energy defense systems,
command and control of missile defense systems, missile defense
system interoperability, spaced based sensor platforms, missile
defense system analysis, or missile defense system operational
assessment. Experience is defined as activities to include T&E
planning, test execution, data collection during test, evaluation
of test or modeling data, and development of evaluation analysis
plans and reports; 2) Integrating Army and Joint Service system
acquisition documentation in the development of DOD system
acquisition products for T&E of BMDS systems and sub-systems.
(Examples include BMDS Operational Assessment (OA) Report, BMDS
Operational Assessment Plan (OAP), Data Management and Analysis
Plan (DMAP), Evaluation Database (EDB), Evaluation Scenario
Presentations, Evaluation Dendritic, Operational Test and
Evaluation (OT&E), Baseline Correlation Matrix (BCM), Data
Source Matrix (DSM), BMDS OTA Scenario Quad Charts, BMDS OTA
Traceability Matrix, OT&E chapter of the Integrated Master Test
Plan (IMTP) Assessment Reports, Safety Releases, and Safety
Confirmations). 3) Application of modeling and simulation (M&S)
as applied to the BMDS. Conduct accreditation assessment for all
M&S used in Missile Defense Agency (MDA) tests by ensuring that
the verification and validation (V&V) activities provide
evidence to demonstrate that the M&S are representing the
real-world system and are suitable for operational performance
assessments. Accreditation assessment activities include but are
not limited to BMDS Federation of models, framework verification,
threat implementation accreditation, core truth models,
communication models, sensor models and weapon system models.
Provide accreditation report of events and a comprehensive report
of accreditation for each major incremental delivery of the BMDS.
4) Conducting cybersecurity operational testing and monitoring
developmental cyber testing. Report directly to DOT&E regarding
testing outlined in DOT&E memo. Inform warfighter and services
of cyber vulnerabilities, the degree to which those vulnerabilities
could be exploited by an element, mission networks, and network
defense capabilities to protect, detect, react, and restore against
a cyber-attack using representative threat models and vectors.
Produce cybersecurity assessment reports linked to each test event.
5) Oral and written communication such as briefings, writing
technical papers, etc. for BMDS. Were an equal opportunity
employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without
attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender
identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
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