The Leidos Civil NISC III team has an opening for Configuration Management Engineer who will direct and participate in the application of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Airspace System (NAS) related configuration management (CM) policies to ensure appropriate control of NAS system components and elements. Provide extensive advice and guidance to the FAA on all aspects of configuration management, including configuration identification, configuration control, and Configuration Status Accounting. Support alignment of configuration items with the NAS Enterprise Architecture (EA). Provide expertise in the application of FAA policy, procedures and standards related to CM. Perform Physical and Functional Configuration Audits (PCA/FCA) and facility audits of FAA systems and facilities and provide detailed reporting on the findings and recommendations. Provide systems engineering support and expert guidance in base lining and controlling changes to the FAA's NAS critical systems and components. Generate technical briefings for configuration control board (CCB) functions; develops and delivers monthly briefings to the FAA and management about Task Order status and performance . Serve as a technical lead for overseeing the CM team and for the overall management of CM activities in support of the FAA. Support the facilities risk management board by identifying, scoring and tracking project risks for terminal facilities investment projects. Recommend risk mitigation strategies and risk acceptance procedures. Provide expertise to the various FAA Acquisition Management System (AMS) processes for power services and facilities programs, including Investment Analysis, Business Case Analysis and In-Service Reviews (ISR).
This position requires a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related field of study plus 4 years of experience.
Experience as a Systems Engineer, Configuration Management Specialist, Digital Signal Processing(DSP) Quality Engineer, Configuration Management Engineer, or related occupation.
Required experience must include: Configuration management supporting a Federal Agency, or a large organization.
Knowledge of Configuration Management Principles and Implementation
Knowledge of industry practices and standards
Experience using Software in support of Configuration Management practices
Proficient in the use of all MS Office Suite applications
Considerable communication skills, both verbal and written
Considerable attention to detail
Considerable multi-tasking skills
Considerable organizational skills
Experience and knowledge of the following systems is highly desired.
- FAA organizational structure and NAS systems and components;
- FAA's WebCM
- NAS Enterprise Architect
- RepCON tools and processes
- FAA's NAS Critical Power Distribution System (CPDS)
- Remote Monitoring and Logging System (RMLS)
- Air Route Traffic Control Center's (ARTCC)
- Critical Essential Power System (ACEPS)
- Facility Power Panel Schedule (FPPS)
- Digital Terminal Resource Book (DTRB) (Suggested add-on but not necessary)
- Microsoft Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Word, SharePoint)
- ProjectWise Explorer