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Program Analyst

Responsibilities:
Individuals will perform a wide array of program management activities in support of government acquisition programs.  Responsibilities will include Communications  management, internally within the FAA and externally with stakeholder organizations and Government oversight organizations; Documentation  review, management and feedback; Joint Resources Council (JRC) documentation  preparation; Briefing development support; and Technical Writing – ability to produce clearly written, grammatically correct material in an electronic format.   
Individuals will be required to contribute effectively to working groups through oral and written communication and cooperative working relationships.

Requirements
Bachelor’s Degree required.
High level of proficiency with MS Office products. Strong communication background and good interpersonal skills.
Must meet eligibility requirements for a US Public Trust security clearance.

Duty Location
Washington DC

Technical Program Manager

Responsibilities:

Individual will perform a wide variety of program coordination tasks for key operational and systems development activities for government clients in the aviation industry in support of surveillance programs. Individual will oversee the requirements management process for all program requirements, lead Functional Configuration Audits for system releases, coordinate the program’s problem tracking and reporting processes, coordinate key technical meetings, track project schedules, and serve as a central coordinator for program engineering related action items. Individual may also serve as a project leader for small-to-medium size projects, performing project planning, status reporting, and task management functions. Individual will develop/enhance program engineering processes and write process documents.

Work may include the development of analyses for specific business needs, coordination with vendors and stakeholders in the surveillance arena, development of business proposals, and other technical analyses as needed.

Knowledge of systems engineering, software development, requirements management, configuration management, process development and management, and project management is desired. Knowledge of the air traffic industry is a plus. Individual will be required to contribute effectively to working groups through oral and written communication and cooperative working relationships.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in computer science, engineering, mathematics, business, or similar/related field.

The individual should possess a high level of proficiency with MS Excel and other MS Office products, project management tools, and requirements and configuration management processes. The individual should have a strong analytical background and very effective interpersonal skills. A proven ability to multi-task and handle a variety of concurrent tasks is required.

The individual should have 10+ years of experience in systems engineering, software development, project management, process management and related activities.

Duty Location:
Washington, DC or  Atlantic City, NJ

 

Senior Safety Engineer

Responsibilities:

Senior Safety Engineer responsible for leading the safety risk assessment and development of documentation required to support changes to oceanic surveillance, automation capabilities, and separation standards. Responsible for the development and approval of safety products conforming to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) safety standards supporting the deployment of oceanic surveillance capabilities by Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) world-wide.

Responsibilities include the development of Safety Risk Management Documents (SRMDs) conforming to the policies of the FAA Air Traffic Organization (ATO) Office of Safety through its Safety Management System (SMS) Manual and Safety Risk Management Guide for Systems Acquisition (SRMGSA). Responsible for developing OSA documentation that includes the Operational Services and Environmental Definition (OSED), the Operation Hazard Assessment (OHA), and the Allocation of Safety Objectives and Requirements (ASOR). Responsible for developing Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) documentation during the system design phase to perform an initial risk assessment and develop safety level requirements and specifications early in the acquisition. Responsible for System Hazard Assessments (SHA) and Sub-System Hazard Assessments (SSHA) supporting the deployment of new oceanic operational capabilities. Responsible for the development of fault and event trees using bow tie analysis techniques.

Requirements:

The individual for this position must possess a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical, Computer, or Systems Engineering with an emphasis on Safety Engineering. Advanced technical degrees are desired. Experience of 10 years or more in safety engineering, surveillance, navigation, communications, air traffic automation, or related systems is required. Knowledge of Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS-B) surveillance technology for tracking aircraft using Global Positioning System (GPS) is required. General knowledge of Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) initiatives supporting the transformation of current ground-based air traffic control systems to a satellite-based system is required.

Experience with Applied Mathematics, algorithm development, and development of Collision Risk Modeling for the Oceanic environment is desired. Familiarization with requirements for risk assessment in oceanic airspace, including experience with the international aviation community, including the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL) is desired. Previous experience with the RTCA, including document development and participation in RTCA plenaries and workgroups is desired.

Strong verbal and written communications skills are a must with the ability to present technical information to large and diverse technical audiences. Experience with computer systems, systems engineering design products, document processing, spreadsheets, engineering analysis tools, and presentation development applications is required. In addition, the candidate should have experience and capabilities to perform specialized technical analyses, functional analysis, risk analysis, etc.

Duty location is Washington, DC

Please e-mail resume and cover letter to careers@regulus-group.com

If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact us at 540.459.2142 or careers@regulus-group.com for assistance.

 

Systems Engineer

Responsibilities:

The role will involve providing program management support and perform requirements engineering activities for government clients in the aviation industry. The individual in this position will help to record and track system requirements and provide assistance in the way of updating requirements documents. The individual in this position may be required to develop and present briefings on the status of requirements development as well as plans for future requirements work. The individual will work with program staff to ensure that requirements development is aligned with system development activities. The role will require reviewing, organizing, and editing system requirements and showing similarities between new and legacy system requirements. The individual in this position will work regularly with other requirements engineers.

Work will also include administrative responsibilities such as scheduling & arranging program meetings, ensuring that program documents are available to team members, managing roster lists, and recording minutes from meetings.

Requirements:

The individual for this position must possess a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in engineering, physics, or math. Experience of 5 years or more in surveillance, navigation, communications, air traffic automation, or related systems is desirable. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is required. Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate with other team members are required.

Some familiarity with reviewing algorithms and code is desired.

Knowledge of Avionics is desired.

Knowledge of FAA processes and procedures will be very helpful.

Must meet eligibility requirements for a US Public Trust security clearance.

Duty Location:

Washington, DC

 

Cost Analyst

Responsibilities:
Individuals will perform a wide variety of cost analysis and estimation for commercial and government clients in the aviation industry in support of acquisition programs. Individuals will provide analytical solutions, including development of program life cycle cost estimates (LCCEs), alternative analyses, economic analysis, and other business case documentation.

Work may include data collection and analysis, life cycle cost estimating, model development, cost risk analysis, affordability assessments, cost-benefit analysis, and other technical analyses as needed.

Knowledge of government acquisition processes and experience in the development of models and databases is desired. Individuals will be required to contribute effectively to working groups through oral and written communication and cooperative working relationships.

Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in business, finance, economics, math, engineering, or operations research. Master’s Degree is desired.

High level of proficiency with MS Excel and other MS Office products. Strong analytical background and good interpersonal skills.

The individual should have 5 years of experience in cost analysis and proficiency in use of cost estimating and risk tools such as ACEIT, SEER-SEM, @RISK and Crystal Ball.

Must meet eligibility requirements for a US Public Trust security clearance.

Duty Location:
Washington, DC

Benefits/Operations Research Analyst

Responsibilities:
Individuals will perform a wide variety of benefits analysis for commercial and government clients in the aviation industry in support of acquisition programs. Individuals will provide analytical solutions, including benefits identification and descriptions, development of program life cycle benefits estimates, alternative analyses, economic analysis, and other business case documentation.

Work may include data collection and analysis, life cycle benefits estimating, model development, benefit risk analysis, cost-benefit analysis, and other technical analyses as needed.

Knowledge of aviation operations from both an air traffic control and pilot perspective as well as experience with modeling and simulation, statistical analysis, and database development is desired. Individuals will be required to contribute effectively to working groups through oral and written communication and cooperative working relationships.

Requirements:
Master’s Degree required, preferably in operations research, mathematics, statistics, physics, engineering, or economics.

High level of proficiency with MS Excel and other MS Office products. Strong analytical background and good interpersonal skills.

The individual should have 10 years of experience in benefits analysis and proficiency in use of estimating and risk tools such as MATLAB, Analytica, @RISK and Crystal Ball.

Must meet eligibility requirements for a US Public Trust security clearance.

Duty Location:
Washington, DC

Scheduler/Program Control Analyst

Responsibilities:
Individuals will perform a wide variety of program management support for commercial and government clients in the aviation industry in support of acquisition programs. Individuals will provide schedule development and maintenance, development of program work breakdown structure and organization breakdown structure, establishment of an EVMS and associated analysis, management reserve tracking, and financial reconciliation.

Work may include data collection and analysis, schedule development, critical path analysis, variance analysis, and other technical analyses as needed.

Knowledge of government acquisition processes and experience with scheduling best practices, EVM, baseline management, and data analysis is desired. Individuals will be required to contribute effectively to working groups through oral and written communication and cooperative working relationships.

Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in business, finance, engineering, or operations research. Master’s Degree is desired.

High level of proficiency with MS Excel and other MS Office products. Strong analytical background and good interpersonal skills.

The individual should have 8 years of experience in schedule development and EVM as well proficiency in use of tools such as MS Project, Primavera, MPM, and Cobra.

Must meet eligibility requirements for a US Public Trust security clearance.

Duty Location:
Washington, DC

Surveillance Systems Engineer

Responsibilities:
The systems engineer is responsible for key technical aspects of air traffic surveillance and broadcast services programs to design, develop, and deploy surveillance systems and technologies throughout the U.S. This individual will lead multiple technical teams on one or more air traffic control surveillance programs related to a specific engineering discipline such as functional/physical architecture, requirements development, requirements validation, interface definition, technical standards development, system design, safety management, security, and other specialized engineering. The individual for this position will lead a diverse group of government and industry organizations to develop products including technical analyses, requirements documents, technical reports, avionics standards, interface requirements documents, etc. In addition, this person will support acquisition activities such as specification development, design reviews, integration activities, test and evaluation, requirements management, configuration control, risk management, and other engineering disciplines to acquire, and deploy a nationwide surveillance infrastructure and validate its suitability for air traffic operations.

Requirements:
The individual for this position must possess a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical, Computer, or Systems Engineering. The candidate for this position should have a demonstrated ability to lead a team in planning, tracking, and completing activities to define and achieve key program milestones. Experience of 5 years or more in surveillance, navigation, communications, air traffic automation, or related systems is desirable. Strong verbal and written communications skills are a must with the ability to present technical information to large and diverse technical audiences. Experience with computer systems, systems engineering design products, document processing, spreadsheets, engineering analysis tools, presentation development applications and the like is necessary. In addition, the candidate should have experience and capabilities to perform specialized technical analyses, functional analysis, risk analysis, etc.

Duty location is Washington, DC or Atlantic City, NJ.
Please e-mail resume and cover letter to careers@regulus-group.com

If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact us at 540.459.2142 or careers@regulus-group.com for assistance.