LMI is a not-for-profit government consulting firm, dedicated exclusively to advancing the management of the government. As a not-for-profit company, we deliver the best value for the government dollar as all revenues are directed to our mission of advancing government rather than to delivering shareholder value. We operate completely free of political and commercial bias, and we are entirely aligned with the goals of our clients. Our clients value our not-for-profit status and specialized services in logistics, intelligence, homeland security, health care, and energy and environment markets. We believe government can make a difference, and we seek talented, hardworking people who share that conviction.
We are seeking a Systems Engineer SME to work at a client location at Fort Belvoir, VA.
The successful candidate for this position will suppport a program office within PEO EIS organization.
The Systems Engineer possesses extensive experience in the full complement of systems engineering activities from requirements definition, to architecture, design, implementation, and test, through deployment and operations and support; and is capable of preparing recommendations with sufficient rationale to advise senior leader decisions that enable program success. The Systems Engineer will support efforts to (1) analyze user needs to determine functional and technical requirements, identify interrelationships, dependencies and prioritization, and ensure requirement statements are measurable and testable; (2) define and / or review business process models and technical specifications; (3) align engineering activities with program acquisition strategies to include ensuring schedule is achievable and adequate technical performance measures and controls are in place; (4) perform feasibility studies and preparing recommendations to leadership; (5) define and implement the requirements management process to include requirements traceability, requirements maintenance; (6) develop release plans aligned to capability priorities; (7) perform assessments of the infrastructure and provide status of system stability, interoperability, portability, security, or scalability of the system architecture to include identifying risks with actions and timelines for mitigation; (8) contribute to technical collaboration with internal and external stakeholders; (9) communicate project information through presentations, technical reports, or white papers; (10) analyze or predict system performance under different operating conditions; (11) perform technical analyses and identify system impacts associated with new requirements, and requirements changes; and (12) apply engineering expertise across all life cycle phases (solution analysis, risk reduction, development, deployment, and sustainment) and key activities (analysis, design, implementation, test and evaluation, training, deployment, maintenance).