Established in 1981, SURVICE Engineering is a nationally recognized, single-source engineering service provider for Government and Industry organizations involved in all phases of the systems engineering process. We're proud to have supported the development, testing, and analysis of many of the major U.S. combat systems in the field today.
SURVICE is currently seeking a Naval Systems SME (Subject Matter Expert) to support the technical, engineering, analytical, and programmatic support for both basic and applied research, and advanced technology development programs associated with surface and sub-surface naval platforms. This position will support our DoD customer located in Arlington, VA. This position however will have the opportunity to work remotely from home, and visit government sites as needed. Knowledge of ONR S&T policies and business practices highly preferred.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Review industrial technology, concepts, programs, and investment areas related to Code 33 programs
Analyze and assess industrial technology, concepts, programs, and investments in areas specifically related to program objectives
Assist Program Officers with technical evaluation of S&T investment proposals and assessment of alternatives associated with these proposals
Develop technology roadmaps focused on incorporating program technologies into existing or planned acquisition programs
Assist Program Officers with conducting or reviewing focused studies and analyses to justify or validate technical or budget decisions related to S&T program objectives
Review, identify, and assess emerging requirements, technologies, capabilities, tactics of interest, and possible teaming relationships in areas related to ONR's objectives for selected technology programs
Assist in the development of alternative S&T project priorities, goals and objectives
Assist in studies and evaluations to assess technology affordability and develop strategies for technologies for promoting the investment portfolio mix to better drive Naval affordability
Assist Code 33 Program Officers in evaluating technical progress and plans in S&T programs, make recommendations for coordinating, augmenting, changing emphasis of, or broadening scope of, S&T programs as a result of visits, attendance at meetings, and general surveys of relevant technologies
Assist Program Officers in evaluating program/project planning, investment reviews technology assessments, data analyses, conference and seminar activities, and financial issues
Provide technical support services and coordination for Integrated Product Team (IPT) and other purpose meetings, conferences and workshops Analyze, summarize, and integrate information received from any source and prepare technical assessment reports and briefings for Program Officers
Conduct special studies or specific support and provide a senior level review of emerging technologies that support naval mission requirements related to ONR Code 33 relevant
PhD degree from an accredited university in a technical field and fifteen (15) years of experience in a relevant technical field, or Master's degree from an accredited university in a technical field and twenty (20) years of experience in a relevant technical field or Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university in a technical field and twenty-five (25) years' experience in a relevant technical field or twenty (20) years of military service working in a technical field.
Experience in conducting special studies in areas of expertise relevant to Code 33's mission (e.g. platform technologies, electric propulsion, integrated structural systems, materials, control technologies, naval architecture, hull and propulsion hydromechanics, acoustic and non-acoustic signature, structural systems, maneuvering and control, control systems, sea keeping, propulsion, and power systems and automation)
Experience supporting DoD S&T efforts
Experience in evaluating and developing analytical models, procedures and techniques
Experience with Navy ERP and Navy financial management systems
Experience with Navy RDT&E program/budget exhibits & Navy RDT&E strategic plans
Experience collaborating with senior OPNAV, SYSCOM, Warfare Centers, Secretariat, and OSD personnel
Experience managing a diverse team in support of evolving leadership priorities
Active Secret Security Clearance required
SURVICE Engineering is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. VEVRAA Federal Contractor.