IT Domain Systems Engineer
About the role
Our client is seeking an IT Domain Systems Engineer to join their UK Intelligence teams. The role requires candidates to be able to commute to the site in Farnborough when necessary and offers hybrid working arrangements. The UK Intelligence teams specialize in training, secure communication platforms, intelligence, surveillance, and cyber security to help customers respond to evolving threats. They deliver Mission Winning Innovation to defense, security, and critical national infrastructure markets.
The Cyber, Analysis, and Mission Solutions (CAMS) discipline provides expert system engineers, system architects, and scientists to QinetiQ projects in the Intelligence Surveillance Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) domain. They deliver capabilities to defense, government, and industry as both Customer Friend (Advice Side) and Delivery Side agents. The CAMS ISTAR Group supports various major projects and campaigns in the UK and internationally.
What Will I Be Doing?
As the IT Domain Systems Engineer, your responsibilities will include managing the delivery, maintenance, and upgrade of military data management systems. These systems gather, manipulate, and distribute data from multiple sources to end users in air, sea, and land operations. You will work with a cross-domain solution to provide shared situational awareness. Key activities include leading or being part of a technical team, delivering solutions, providing technical management coordination, and embedding systems engineering methodology and best practices.
What Do I Need?
To be successful in this role, you should have experience and qualifications in the application of Systems Engineering approach throughout the technical delivery lifecycle. You should also have knowledge in the design, development, and verification/validation of secure IT systems. A single UK passport holder with DV clearances or a willingness to undergo Government Vetting is required.
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Posted: 2023-11-04 00:00:00
FT or PT: full_time
Category: IT / Computing / Software
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