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Sr. Space Vehicle Sustainment Analyst - TS/SCI

Company: KBR, Inc
Location: San Diego
Posted on: May 28, 2023

Job Description:

Sr. Space Vehicle Sustainment Analyst - TS/SCI page is loaded Sr. Space Vehicle Sustainment Analyst - TS/SCI Apply locations San Diego, California time type Full time posted on Posted 30+ Days Ago job requisition id R2058920 Title:Sr. Space Vehicle Sustainment Analyst - TS/SCIKBR is seeking a -Senior Space Vehicle Sustainment Analyst to support the Narrowband Satellite Communications program at Space Systems Command. This professional will review each Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) space vehicle's State of Health Report and evaluate trend performance, investigate negative trends, and propose mitigating options. MUOS is a United States Space Force narrowband military communications satellite system that supports a worldwide, multi-service population of users in the ultra-high frequency bandRole and Responsibilities:

  • Works high-visibility, mission critical aspects of programs and performs all functional duties independently- oversees and responsible for efforts of subordinates
  • Participate in on-orbit investigations by providing risk assessments and recommendations
  • Participate in design reviews, integration and test readiness reviews, manufacturing and production readiness reviews and functional and physical configuration audits for space vehicles.
  • Provide technical oversight during unit, subsystem, and vehicle level testing and review the test reports for defects and non-compliances dispositions
  • Track and trend trouble tickets
  • Assess flight software and command/telemetry database changes, and support the associated design reviews and validation testing prior to release for upload
  • Track space vehicle configurations and update reliability and availability predictions
  • Analyze system data logs, call records, performance data, call completion metrics, beam carrier loading, trending, and outage reports
  • Develop plans and improvements to call reliability and limit outages and congestion
  • Communicate clearly, concisely, and with technical accuracy-oral and writtenRequired skills:
    • Minimum ten (10) years DoD/IC, or relevant industry work experience on SATCOM
    • Technical expertise of spacecraft components (e.g. materials, mechanisms), subsystems (e.g. propulsion, Telemetry, Tracking & Control (TT&C)), Guidance Navigation & Control (GN&C)), flight software and specialty engineering (e.g. EMI, acoustic/vibration dynamics) and systems (e.g. whole satellites, constellations)
    • Experience providing orbital analysis support, including collision avoidance, visualization, station keeping, and relocation
    • Experience with space vehicle's State of Health Report and evaluation of trend performance, investigation of negative trends, and proposal of mitigating options
    • Experience with engineering support for "big data" analytics to improve operational awareness and efficiency
    • Experience with operational support and sustainment products including On Orbit Handbooks, Operational Perform Files, and IETM procedures Understanding of NBSC operational environment and corresponding mission user needs
    • Experience supporting satellite control systems, facilities, and their interfaces
    • Experience with Integrated Master Schedules, and risk management
    • Experience with Statements of Work (SOW) and Performance Work Statements (PWS)Desired skills:
      • Relevant DoD and/or Industry work experience in SATCOM/MUOS
      • Advisory and Assistance Service (A&AS) to Government program office
      • Experience with space and/or multi-domain warfighter operations
      • Experience with ACAT I/II level acquisition programs
      • Experience in Space Systems Command (SSC) acquisition
      • Fluency with Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) organizationsMinimum Requirements: -
        • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science (BA/BS) degree from an accredited college or universityClearance:
          • Candidate must have active TOP SECRET clearance with SCI eligibility as a condition of employmentLocation/Travel Requirements:
            • Full-time, on site in vicinity of San Diego, CA, and will require travel up to 25% of time within the continental United States Basic Compensation: $161,000 -$185,000k The offered rate will be based on the selected candidate's knowledge, skills, abilities and/or experience and in consideration of internal parity. KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. Similar Jobs (5) Sr. Space Ground Facility Sustainment Specialist - TS/SCI locations San Diego, California time type Full time posted on Posted 30+ Days Ago ICS: Technician, Instrument & Electrical Systems locations San Diego, California time type Full time posted on Posted 25 Days Ago About Us KBR - Delivering Solutions, Changing the World.KBR brings together the best and brightest to deliver science, technology and engineering solutions that help governments and companies around the world accomplish their most critical missions and objectives.In everything we do, we are guided by our ONE KBR Values:
              • We Value Our People - We create diverse, inclusive environments in which each person can feel safe, respected and valued, and where everyone has opportunities to grow and reach their full potential.
              • We Deliver - We are uncompromising in our commitment to deliver innovative, high-quality, technology-led solutions for our customers and exceptional, sustainable value for all our stakeholders.
              • We Are People of Integrity - We value honesty, trust, courage, fairness, prudence and tenacity. We believe doing what's right for the planet, the communities where we work, and our people is good for business.
              • We Empower - We empower our people with a shared purpose, the right tools and the supportive culture they need to be proactive decision-makers, to be adaptive to change, and to succeed.
              • We Are a Team of Teams - We have a will to succeed, but we value the achievements of our team of teams over individual accomplishments. Our collective focus makes us a better, stronger, more effective company.We have also embedded environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles in every business operation and corporate function. Not only are we committed to operating safely, sustainably and equitably, but we are also committed to using our capabilities and expertise to help our customers accomplish their sustainability goals.Worldwide, KBR employs a diverse workforce approximately 29,000 people strong, with customers in more than 80 countries and operations in 40 countries.At KBR, We Deliver.Fraud AlertFraud has infiltrated the job placement market via the internet, email and direct phone contact. Attempts have included unauthorized use of KBR's name and logo to solicit potential job seekers or to extend false job offers. Bad actors may mix in fake job advertisements with legitimate postings. These ads can include contact instructions and require job seekers to send sensitive personal information or money to pay for visa applications, processing fees, etc., in exchange for consideration for a high-paying position.KBR will never ask for any sort of advance payment as part of the recruiting/hiring process. Candidate profiles are carefully managed to protect personal information.

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