Systems Engineer SME

Systems Engineer SME (NL-18-290): Serves as a subject matter expert while developing and updating online Help and planning wizards for Weapon Planning Software. Tests and trouble shoots software developed by Weapon Planning Software team. Provides functional guidance and participates in graphic user interface (GUI) design. Gathers and provides aircrew inputs to weapon planning tools and functionality. Interacts with USAF Program Office and Eglin Test Facility to evaluate potential changes/enhancements to Weapon Planning Software. Participates in studies of new weapons and their planning requirements.   Apply advanced technical principles, theories, and concepts. Contributes to the development of new principles and concepts. Work on unusually complex technical problems and provide solutions, which are highly innovative and ingenious. Works under consultative direction toward predetermined long-range goals and objectives. Assignments are often self-initiated. Determine and pursue courses of action necessary to obtain desired results. Work checked through consultation and agreement with others rather than by formal review of superior. Develops advanced technological ideas and guides their development into a final product. Erroneous decisions or recommendations would typically result in failure to achieve critical organizational objectives and effect the image of the organization technological capability. Serves as organization spokesperson on advanced projects and/or programs. Acts as advisor to management and customers on advanced technical research studies and applications.   Required: Experience employing precision-guided munitions from fighter or bomber aircraft. Experience with computer-based aircraft mission planning systems. In-depth knowledge of air-to-surface precision-guided weapons, fuses, planning requirements. BA / BS OR in lieu of degree 9+ years' experience.   Preferred: USAF Weapons School graduate or other service equivalent preferred. MA / MS degree.
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