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Application Services Integrator

Location: Springfield, VA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Apogee Integration is seeking an Application Services Integrator to work in Chantilly, VA.

Description:

The Applications Services Integrator (ASI) delivers full life-cycle systems integration and engineering services to meet the missions of its customers.  ASI technical services modernize mission systems and segments to provide enhanced information technology capabilities to users worldwide. 
The ASI Analytic Services project has the need for an experienced systems integrator to define mission capabilities and services to meet customer objectives.  Reporting to the Analytic Services Project Lead, the Systems Integrator is accountable for end-to-end systems engineering and integration, engineering documentation, customer engagement, project management and enterprise coordination.

Responsibilities Include:

Assess current and future technology, and ensures the Project captures innovative tradecraft, lessons learned, and best practices
Perform technical systems analysis of alternatives (AoA) and recommendations on NSG Enterprise services implementation and operations, leveraging industry best practices
Provide SE&I and Analysis to implement customer vision to replace aging legacy interfaces with an Open System, Service-Oriented Architecture
Analyze user needs to develop IT solutions, designing/implementing processes, new/customized capabilities/services for client use with the aim of optimizing operational efficiency, applying principles and techniques of system management processes, engineering analysis, and IT development methodologies as appropriate
Ensure sufficient  product definition/spec, AoAs and business workflows and coordinate closely with developers to ensure proper implementation and V&V of specs, functionality and performance
Lead or participate in technical exchange meetings (TEMs) for managing project execution and resolving enterprise issues
Lead or participate the development of engineering products, such as CONOPS, architecture analyses, Requests for Change (RFCs), and transition plans

Required Qualifications:

Active TS/SCI Clearance
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, or related technical field, or equivalent experience
11+  years of systems engineering, systems integration, or software development experience
1+ years technical experience supporting NSG systems, segments, and architectures
Demonstrated ability to establish effective customer relationships with senior level government personnel; ability to work independently and within a team environment
Experience using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to solve complex problems
Self-starter and able to manage multiple tasks and changing priorities
Strong interpersonal, problem solving, organizational and multi-tasking skills
Excellent written/verbal communications, technical/non-technical presentation skillS

Desired Qualifications:

Advanced degree or certification in a technical field
Demonstrated experience with Activity Based Intelligence, analytic modeling, and data analytics
Demonstrated experience in cloud technology with emphasis on distributed performance
Demonstrated experience in engineering GEOINT collection and tasking processes
Demonstrated knowledge of the NSG programs to include portfolio and IC initiatives, target architectures, and legacy systems
Demonstrated working knowledge of: Waterfall, Spiral and Agile development, acquisition, systems engineering, and development methods (User Story Generation, Sprint/Scrum Development, Development Back-log management, Test-Driven Development)
Demonstrated experience with DevOps and Continuous Delivery methodologies
Certification in Agile engineering or development methodologies

Key Words/Skills: 

GEOINT, NSG, Systems Engineer, Agile, Data Analytics, Big Data, ABI

 

About APOGEE INTEGRATION…Applied Intelligence!

For 18 years, our core team of engineering professionals have provided the domain expertise and integrated products that serve as a primary means of analysis for leading decision makers throughout the Intelligence Community.  We are honored to be able to serve our customers and are dedicated to providing products and services to ensure their long-term success.
Combining innovation with practical results and a proven commitment to customer care, our full life-cycle expertise covers the continuum of engineering needs:

Aerospace Engineering, Software Engineering, Geospatial Analysis, 3D Interactive Visualization, Network Engineering, Systems Administration, Information Assurance, Systems Engineering, Modeling & Simulation, Space Protection, Enterprise Requirements.

Benefits:

Although clearly focused on The Mission, at APOGEE, we realize that our staff or APOGEE-niuses are our greatest assets.  We are committed to a high performance culture and provide an environment that challenges our employees to be exceptional.  We provide World Class Health & Wellness, Retirement & Savings, Time Off and Beyond the Basics Benefits.

Health & Wellness

United Healthcare, Guardian Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Long/Short Term Disability and Health Savings Account.

Retirement & Savings

Apogee wants to ensure that every Apogee-nius can participate and grow a meaningful retirement nest egg without losing the flexibility to save for other goals. To provide this flexibility, the Company provides a 401(k) that enables Apogee to contribute up to 7% of your gross salary to your retirement.

Apogee 401(k)

Apogee offers a 401(k) plan to all our employees. You are eligible to participate in the plan beginning on the first of the month following 3 months of employment. You may contribute up to 20% of your gross wages each pay period on a pre-tax basis. Apogee will match 100% of your contribution to the 401(k) up to 7% of your gross salary. The maximum dollar amount you can contribute for 2017, per the IRS, is $18,000. The Vesting period for Apogee matching contributions is 3 years. The Apogee 401(k) is administered by Fidelity Investments. Fidelity provides Apogee 401(k) plan users a wide selection of investment choices including index funds, managed funds, stocks and bonds tailored for your investments goals and years till retirement. The goal of the Apogee Retirement Plan is to help you maximize annual retirement growth and savings while providing you the flexibility to meet other personal financial goals.

Time Off

26 days off annually from a mixture of fixed, floating and earned personal time off!

Mobility Bonus

Apogee-niuses are on-the-go!  Apogee provides our Apogee-niuses up to $1,000 Mobility Bonus for Broadband Internet and Cellphone services. Apogee has an on-line time & expense system and interactive website that is integral for our business processes.   To ensure that you stay in touch with the Apogee-nome, your customers, and check on the latest Apogee tweets and texts, cellphone access is key.  This bonus is paid out quarterly in the amount of $250.

Professional Development Assistance (PDA) Plan

Apogee provides its Apogee-niuses with PDA toward management-approved training, tuition, continuing education, and conferences. Annual cap is $5,250. Apogee assists by offering software, books and the training you need to excel in your job. Apogee will purchase for you any approved materials that apply to your job. 

Apogee Integration is an M/F Disabled and Vet EEO/AA Employer

Reach your peak and become an Apogee-nius! Today!

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