Senior software engineer supervisor

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Must be capable of planning, directing, and coordinating the activity of technical personnel involved in providing life cycle software engineering support of military computer software systems;
Must be experienced and trained in state-of-the-art software engineering techniques such as design languages, structure programming, configuration control, quality assurance, top-down programming, etc.;
Must have the ability to understand the technical requirements for software support and be able to develop and maintain realistic work plans, schedules, and controls to establish effective software support of both fielded software and support software of computer based systems;
Must have technical expertise to review and evaluate the technical work performed by subordinates;
The Engineering Supervisor must at all times be a role model to subordinate employees, be a workforce motivator, and be a provider of constructive criticism;
Is capable of interfacing with the PPSS project leads to set and review schedules, obtain resources, monitor performance and take corrective actions;
Is capable of reviewing and adjudicating schedule conflicts with schedulers and other staff on the Integrated Master Schedule;
Capable of assigning resources to resolve technical problems;
Works with the PM and DPM to represent the technical process across multiple satellite programs;
Has deep understanding of the technical baseline for multiple satellite programs.
Master's Degree in Computer Science, Electronics Engineering, or other engineering or technical discipline with 7 Years of experience working on computer systems engineering and/or software development;
Must have 2 years' experience with SATCOM domain.
Experienced with Legacy and Modern software techniques such as structured analysis/deign/programming and object-oriented design/programming as well as their applicability to various systems and the toolsets and languages that support them.
Date: 2014-09-11
Country: US
State: MD
City: Aberdeen Proving Ground
Postal Code: 21005

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