SAIC has an immedaite need for a Metrics & Data Analyst to support the Project Management Office for Aircraft Survivability Equipment (PMO ASE) located in Huntsville, AL.
The candidate will function as an integral member of a team of Government, Military, and Contractor Personnel that provides program, engineering, and technical support to PMO ASE.
PMO ASE is an acquisition management organization under the Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors (PEO IEW&S). The team provides acquisition management support, program research, engineering, logistics, and technical support for the development and fielding of world class aircraft survivability equipment.
- The candidate will work within PMO ASE supporting Product Offices by providing in-depth detailed analysis of data recorded/collected during test execution of various U.S. Army Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) on rotary and fixed wing aircraft.
- As part of the SAIC ASE Test Team, the candidate will write data analysis plans and provide onsite and post-test analysis of U.S. Army laboratory, ground, flight, and free flight missile testing results using custom developed analysis tools.
- Post-test activities include the candidate providing detailed technical out-briefs of analyses to senior U.S. Army Officers and Civilians.
- Other daily duties include providing technical input to test directors and review of testing requirements and test readiness.
NOTE: Travel is 25%-35% CONUS only; 1-5 weeks in duration. Depending on yearly testing schedule.
Experience with MATLAB, Java, C, etc.
Expertise in Missile Systems, Weapon Systems, Infrared Seeker Systems and Radar Engineering & Analysis; Modeling & Simulation; Testing, and Software Development.
Develop the planning and executing analysis of ASE level capabilities, draw conclusions and report results from the testing to determine engineering sufficiency to declare the system upgrades ready for implementation.
Lead team analysis efforts and presentation of individual and team results to the customer.
Evaluate system level requirements to determine adequacy of ASE capabilities, interfaces and associated behaviors and interpretation of model results and test results from prior testing to guide future assessment needs.
Apply practical knowledge to flight testing principles and concepts applicable to the developmental and system qualification testing of DoD aircraft.
Experience with aircraft survivability equipment and test & evaluation programs and practices.
Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
Covid Policy: SAIC does not require COVID-19 vaccinations or boosters. Customer site vaccination requirements must be followed when work is performed at a customer site.
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