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Junior - Mid Level, Hosted Payload Space Systems Analyst
Candidate would work with junior-to-mid-level government and industry personnel to perform mission management tasks involving mission operations and planning for on-orbit commercially-hosted advanced infrared sensor payloads. Candidate shall assist with range coordination activities that includes the identification of Targets Of Opportunity from U.S. ranges/facilities within sensor field of view, collaborate with range managers, system program offices, and other organizations, obtain launch manifests/range schedules, build and maintain integrated target schedules, and develop data products lists. Candidate shall assist with preparation and review of mission plans, requirements documentation, on-orbit experiment plans, range coordination plans, readiness and rehearsal plans, range Universal Documentation System (UDS) inputs, data products lists, and other documentation and reports supporting mission management. Candidate may also perform on-site liaison duties between the launch site and hosted payload mission analysis/operations center.
B.S. in Engineering or related technical discipline. Desired: Master’s engineering or higher. Related technical discipline considered.
Five (5) to nine (9) years space systems engineering, space system test and evaluation, satellite operations, space/missile launch, missile warning/defense, and/or space surveillance experience.
- Ability to develop concept of operations, coordination plans, and mission operations and planning documents for USAF on-orbit payload experiments supporting Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment (ITW/AA)
- Knowledge of IR-oriented space-based sensor systems operating concepts and ground-system architectures
- Experience in developing U.S. space and missile range Associated Operation (AO) documentation according to Universal Documentation System (UDS) requirements
- Familiarity with Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment (ITW/AA)-oriented test support requirements and procedures
- Ability to use scheduling processes and tools and other information technology tools and applications suitable to support satellite operations planning and mission support planning
- Expertise in space launch and missile systems, flight/mission profiles, and trajectory data analysis
- Familiarity with Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) technologies, capabilities, concept of operations, and ground/space system architectures
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Proficiency in using MS Office products such as Word, Power Point, and Excel.
- Familiarity with Air Force Global Strike Command and/or Missile Defense Agency flight test planning, associated operations processes & procedures, management information systems, and data products
- Experience in planning and execution of DoD space system test and evaluation programs, data collection and analysis techniques, program management, and government operations support activities
- Experience with space and/or missile launch operations to include range support, satellite command & control, space surveillance, missile warning, and missile defense
- DoD System Program Offices Staff action officer experience
- Experience in with Air Force Space Command , Space and Missile Systems Center space system development and acquisition programs
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