Camber Corporation SCARS Team Lead 15710 in Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio

Description

Camber is seeking a Simulator Common Architecture Requirements and Standards (SCARS) Team Lead to lead the SCARS initiative that has been introduced by the Simulators Program Office in the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) at Wright Patterson AFB, OH.

Required experience/qualifications:

  1. The contractor shall provide interim support to AFLCMC/WNS for organizing and conducting SCARS acquisition projects in order to prepare the Air Force for a permanent operations and integration activity in FY19. In the role as the interim lead integrator of SCARS activities, the contractor shall:

  2. Define the SCARS Engineering Capabilities Board (SECB) processes. Draft plans and procedures that govern interim SCARS processes. Conduct regular SECB meetings by issuing notices, agendas, action item status, and by generating and distributing minutes (see “Deliverables”). Support the Government SECB Chairperson in all SECB-sanctioned and directed activities as required.

  3. Draft requirements and standards that lend to the advancement of the SCARS initiative and submit as directed by the Government (see “Deliverables”).

  4. Support technical management activities in execution of SCARS requirements and SECB directives.

  5. Establish an “agile” approach to draft Request for Proposal (RFP) releases that culminates in release of the final SCARS RFP in FY19 and support all acquisition activities (see “Deliverables”).

  6. Define and coordinate the technical scope for individual SCARS initiatives through RFP-ready documents and support all acquisition activities as directed by the Government (see “Deliverables”).

  7. Prepare all technical documentation and manage all activities necessary to support the Government issuance of RFPs for Remote Scanning.

  8. Prepare all technical documentation and manage all activities necessary to support the Government issuance of RFPs for SECB-determined projects.

  9. Coordinate SCARS initiatives within the simulation and Open Architecture industries. Organize and conduct working groups, collaboration activities, and potential industry days to communicate, promote, and evolve SCARS initiatives and concepts. Establish an Air Force SCARS “presence” within the simulation community through regular interactions with the other Uniformed Services, industry, and academia. Coordinate on AFRL activities such as Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) projects to advance SCARS technologies.

  10. Coordinate SCARS initiatives within the simulation and security industries. Organize and conduct working groups, collaboration activities, and industry days to communicate, promote, and evolve SCARS security initiatives and concepts. Establish an Air Force SCARS “presence” with the simulation security community through regular interactions with the other Uniformed Services, Authorizing officials, and industry.

  11. The contractor shall provide Simulator Common Architecture, Requirements, and Standards (SCARS) technical and operational cybersecurity support.

  12. Identify and recommend a migration path for simulator functionality from its current decentralized state to a future centralized state that accommodates all common functionality (assume a stateless simulator). See deliverable information and references below).

  13. Assess current cloud technologies and perform centralized cloud datacenter (CCD) analyses. Define and recommend a CCD hardware architecture infrastructure that is based on simulator unique requirements, such as security considerations, storage of large correlated data sets, etc. The CCD architecture shall: (1) be scalable and be able to support multiple security domain operations, (2) include an enterprise repository for data and software for the SCARS program.

  14. Assess current local cloud datacenter (LCD) technologies and operational cybersecurity support. Define a recommended hardware architecture infrastructure based on the local real/near-real time simulator unique requirements, such as security considerations, storage of large correlated data sets, etc. The LCD architecture shall be scalable and be able to support multiple security domain operations.

  15. Identify and recommend a migration path for simulator functionality from its current decentralized state to a future centralized state that accommodates all common functionality (assume a stateless simulator).

  16. Work with the Government and simulator vendors as they respond to contractual direction to deliver Department of Defense Architectural Framework (DoDAF) views. Use those responses to analyze, characterize, and document (see “Deliverables”) current training systems addressing design approach, networks and interfaces, proprietary applications, and all other information that will support adaptation to a standard architecture.

Desired experience/qualifications:

  • Systems Engineering or Program Management background

  • Experience in standards development, configuration control, system acquisition, training systems, defining and controlling requirements baselines

  • Experience coordinating and conducting multi-discipline, multi-organizational collaborative processes

  • Awareness of training system technologies and applications

Desired Education and Experience:

A bachelor's degree plus 5 years of functional experience, OR; An associate's degree plus 7 years of recent specialized experience OR 11 total years of recent specialized experience.

Clearance: Secret. The selected applicants will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

Travel Requirements: This effort will require a moderate level of travel to numerous sites to be determined during the course of the period of performance.

About Us

Camber is now part of the Integrated Mission Solutions Group of Huntington Ingalls Industries Technical Solutions Division.

Camber Corporation employs a diverse mix of skilled professionals who apply their knowledge and experience to creating innovative new solutions for a variety of Government, commercial, and international customers.

Founded as an 8(a) company in 1990, Camber Corporation’s management had the entrepreneurial vision to recognize how existing and emerging technologies could help solve long-standing as well as newly identified problems in the public sector market.

Camber’s initial success with our first customers brought additional work resulting in the hiring of energetic and creative new employees. Within five years, Camber was named to Inc. ’s list of fastest growing companies in the United States (1995, 1996) specializing in: Aviation Sensors and Simulations; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) research and development; training and logistical support; project management using Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS); training; and information technology support.

Camber graduated from its 8(a) status in 1998 and has continued to add highly specialized capabilities to its portfolio of services to include: Agile Software Engineering & IT; All Hazards; Modeling, Simulation and Training; Unmanned Systems, Intelligence Analysis and Operations; and Engineering and Management. We are accredited in national and international standards, including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 20000, and CMMI ML-3, and use these standards to ensure our services and products are consistent and of the highest quality.

Camber Corporation is headquartered in Huntsville, AL with a major workforce concentration in the Washington D.C. / National Capital Region and other locations in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Camber Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE/AA Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled