Be an integral part of the Software Engineering Center (SEC), one of the most experienced and comprehensive software support centers within the Department of Defense (DoD). SEC's key mission is to provide systematic, disciplined, and best value engineering services for, Software and Data Architectures in support of both the internal needs and external needs of Program Executive Offices (PEOs), Program/Project, Product Managers(PMs), and other DoD Organizations. POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision, plans and manages Quality Assurance reviews, audits, and/or inspections of designated work processes and/or work processes to ensure conformance with standards, policies, process descriptions, the project management plan and quality assurance plan. Provides estimates for assigned tasks. Identifies and reports non-conformances, and ensures that each is assigned an owner and deadline for correction. Work products frequently include complex requirements, plans, designs, training materials, and related documentation. Tracks non-conformances to resolution, and certifies that products or processes are ready for the next step in the lifecycle. Works closely with the Project Manager, Requirements and Design Analysts, Engineers, Testers, and Training developers to ensure work products are testable, and are correctly reflected in any associated training materials. Assists in preparing documents to support periodic process or performance appraisals, such as for CMMI, ISO, or Six Sigma. RESPONSIBILTIES: Configure and test products or product components in developmental environments. Provide system troubleshooting support. Travel may be required to support Project Manager test events REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Active Secret Defines, documents, analyzes, performs, and interprets developmental tests for new and/or modified products or product components. Investigates and resolves operational problems in conjunction with other engineering and technical personnel. Provides technical support and advice to other engineering groups. Devises and applies testing procedures for parts or sub-assemblies. Participates in the development, maintenance and refinement of internal quality control and reliability programs. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's Degree in Electronics Engineering or any other Scientific or Technical discipline is REQUIRED. Five years of relevant working experience PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.
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