Global Hawk Sensor Operator Subject Matter Expert

Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
ID
2021-2405
Business Unit
VTSG
Type
Full-Time
Clearance
Secrey Clearance Required

Overview

The Joint Technology Center/Systems Integration Laboratory (JSIL) is in need of a Global Hawk Sensor Operator Subject Matter Expert in Huntsville, AL to support the development of Air Force Global Hawk training solutions.

Responsibilities

The Global Hawk Sensor Operator Subject Matter Expert will support development of a training capability to enable Global Hawk operators formal and continuation training in a controlled environment. Global Hawk training capabilities include mission command/control, sensor command/control, and exercising designated tasks to train emergency/fault procedures.

 

Candidate will apply their Global Hawk Sensor Operator SME experience to support collaboration with the Air Force customer to define, capture, derive, and prioritize applicable requirements for the training solutions. Requirements will be de-composed to a software/hardware level for implementation following an Agile/SCRUM development process. Candidate will also support verification, integration, test, documentation, delivery and training of the training solutions. Candidate will be working in a dynamic, fast-paced development environment with multiple contractors and teaming partners and must be self-motivated, reliable, dependable, flexible, and also have excellent interpersonal and verbal/written/presentation communication skills.

Qualifications

Required Education and Experience:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and 3-10 years of relevant experience as Global Hawk Sensor Operator. Additional years of experience can be substituted for degree.
  • Air Force Instructor or Evaluator Background/Experience
  • Must have an active Secret Security Clearance and be able to obtain a Top Secret/SCI

Preferred Experience:

  • Relevant experience on both Block 30 and Block 40 platforms

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