The Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) Chief Architect will direct and participate in high-level systems engineering and enterprise architecture analysis, evaluation, design, integration and documentation. This position applies high-level engineering and integration expertise required to make recommendations for integrating hardware, software and business processes. The AFSCN Chief Architect researches and analyzes the functionality, performance and operational impacts of existing and emerging technologies; make recommendations regarding inclusion of new technologies through analysis of available alternatives and cost/benefit analysis; and provide impact assessment of potential hardware/software updates and new technologies on the current SMC RN infrastructure and business processes. The AFSCN Chief Architect also provides technical expertise for proof-of-concept activities to assess new technology solutions. They work cross-functionally to create technical solutions in support of the customer with a focus on new and existing architectures; leading projects and being accountable for project deliverables. The AFSCN Chief Architect position requires a recognized expert who has demonstrated industry and public service leadership in a relevant technical field including systems requirements, operational requirements, test, evaluation, and training.
At least 10 years experience in leading the primary engineering efforts of appropriately sized (similar to at least Acquisition Category III level) ground system software, hardware, and training programs. In addition, at least three years experience supporting the overall engineering integration of relevant System Engineering and Integration efforts for DoD, other Government Agency or commercial programs or projects.
Bachelor's degree in relevant field required. Masters degree preferred.
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