The ICBM Systems Directorate (ICBMSD) Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) Division is beginning the acquisition of an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile system to replace the Minuteman III system. A completed analysis of alternatives for the new missile specified the reutilization of large portions of the infrastructure used in the Minuteman III system.
Built in the early 1960s, many of these structures will require refurbishment and modernization to support the GBSD system into the 2075 timeframe. Additionally, GBSD will require modernization of ground support and security equipment to meet new system specifications and enable operations well into the future.
This Geospatial Systems Architect position will support the ICBM infrastructure restoration and modernization project development and execution for GBSD. They will be responsible for geospatial system administration, information technology configuration and certification for spatial data systems, developing client-server data analytics platforms and providing project execution support to ICBM GBSD Division leaders throughout all phases of planning, restoration and modernization efforts at current and future facilities across the ICBM enterprise.
The Geospatial Systems Architect will support the on-going execution of a detailed assessment of current Minuteman III Launch Facility and Missile Alert Facility infrastructure condition and configuration. They will assist the government in analyzing this information to create logical, data-backed requirements for restoration and modernization. Specifically, this core GBSD team member will be directing the development and sustainment of secure network based Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to create, manipulate, analyze, organize, and present relevant and timely organizational critical data.
They will assist in the design, development, testing, implementation and maintenance of GIS enterprise systems to support the lifecycle of GBSD. Other program activities will include technical review of contractor-developed data, providing technical peer-review and data analysis, proposal and design interpretation, and providing recommendation to Government decision-makers regarding best courses of actions to support GBSD operations to the year 2075 and beyond.
The position is being filled as a part of the Future ICBM Sustainment and Acquisition Construct (FISAC) under which BAE Systems augments organic government resources by providing breadth and depth of capabilities for system engineering and integration, risk management, technical assessment, acquisition program management, strategy development, organization and change management, interface with operations and logistics, business analysis, mission effectiveness, and ICBM Demonstration / Validation (Dem/Val) Integrated Applications Programs. Position will be located at or near Hill AFB, Utah. Remote work is possible as well.
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