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The Draper Complexity Solutions Division is seeking a self-motivated systems engineer to develop models and perform analysis of system behavior in a multi-disciplinary manner. You will join a team designing innovative, first-of-a-kind complex systems that integrate advanced technologies in order to solve challenging national problems while satisfying requirements and maximizing stakeholder value. To effectively address these challenges, the ideal candidate would have the ability to become knowledgeable in various problem domains, identify relevant modeling and analysis techniques, develop or integrate multi-domain qualitative models and present results that support system-level analysis, performance trade-offs, and decision-making.
Typical job duties may range across designing, developing, and maintaining models and infrastructure for design and assessment of complex systems. In addition, the candidate will work as a member of a cross-functional engineering team to frame architectures addressing challenges of customers in military, space, intelligence, and commercial applications. Responsibilities will also include assisting others in learning SysML and system model development processes and methods.
Communications and interpersonal skills are highly valued in this role. The ability to communicate technical concepts effectively with customers, engineers, managers, and other stakeholders of all relevant disciplines is a must. Flexibility to multi-task and adapt to evolving priorities will be required. We value continuous learning and professional growth. Submissions must include a cover letter to be considered.
Applicants selected for this position will be required to obtain and maintain a U.S. Security Clearance.
Experience with any of the following is relevant, but not required, for consideration for this position: