Oasis Systems

  • Systems Engineer (ITEM MASTER)

    Job Locations US-OH-Dayton / Wright-Patterson AFB
    Posted Date 1 month ago(9/20/2018 10:40 AM)
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  • Overview


    This position will provide software engineering support to the ITEM Master program office, which is within the Business Enterprise Services Directorate at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH.







    • Bachelor’s Degree in a related Engineering discipline and 5+ years of experience.
    • Have general knowledge of principles and practices of Systems Engineering.
    • Familiarity with Hardware/Software environments including Windows Server, HP-UX, and Oracle Databases.

    • Have the ability to communicate both orally and in writing with clarity and accuracy.

    • Candidate must have an active US security clearance.




    • Review and maintain artifacts required for engineering review prior to software implementation
    • Maintain the BES Operational Database (BOB-DB)
    • Update and maintain System Architectural Design artifacts
    • Provide support in analyzing technical problems at the project level and recommending solutions
    • Perform analyses and evaluations of specified technical problems
    • Review and provide comment to requirements, architecture, data interfaces, design, and test documentation for all changes being requested to established system baselines.
    • Work with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to resolve root cause when production loses occur
    • Support load balancing, Continuity of Operation (COOP), cache calculations, and interfaces to ensure the network is optimal
    • Analyze technical documentation and make assessments of product and database development progress in achieving implementation milestones
    • Assist with management of interfaces with interfacing partner systems using Corporate Data Repository System (CDRS) and/or internal Memorandum of Agreements (MOAs).


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