t background research with the IPT assigned to the test or demonstration to determine testability of Critical Operational Issues and Criteria (COIC) and additional issues. Tasking will include:
The Sr. Test and Quality Assurance Engineer will identify test support requirements (funds, facilities, personnel, etc.); determine supplies, equipment, and other materials required; and prepares input to IPT for development of cost estimates for the test. Finalize the Test Plan (TP) which tasks the Test Organizations and other elements for support. Ensures cost phased obligation plan agrees with TP. Ensures that test equipment is accounted for, maintained, serviced, and turned-in upon test completion.
The Sr. Test and Quality Assurance Engineer will ensure test members are trained in test design and data collection, reduction, and quality control techniques, as needed. Conducts pilot test to validate testing and data management procedures. Conducts quality assurance data scrubs/reviews to ensure data collection and reduction procedures are understood and properly adhered to. Conducts record tests. Ensures Master Event List (MEL) or scenario is followed as closely as possible, making adjustments as circumstances require. Ensures data collection plan is followed as designed and that appropriate test team personnel review data prior to and after input to databases. Maintains Test Log.
The Sr. Test and Quality Assurance Engineer will be responsible for development of accurate and comprehensive test reporting documents for the test or event and staffing, approval, and publication in accordance with AFLCMC procedures. Conducts review and analysis of the collected data with the assigned IPT and is responsible for finalizing the report. Works with other test team personnel to develop test team observations and limitations providing information on test execution, and includes this data in the report. Monitors the test report until it is released by the appropriate office.
The Sr. Test and Quality Assurance Engineer will prepare briefing documents such as background reports, memoranda, and audio-visual aids to inform or gain approval of the test and evaluation program. Briefs testing community and IPT, as required. Responds to inquiries from other organizations, representatives from other services, other government agencies, or non-Federal organizations, if appropriate, to provide information about problem areas in assigned tests/projects, determines actions required, and coordinates on responsibilities. May plan, conduct, or participate in work group meetings related to assigned tests or experiments or as required. Remains proficient in the field of expertise through reviewing technical literature and publications, conferring with government and non-government professional representatives of other services, industry organizations, and technical organizations.
AFLCMC U-2 System Project Office (SPO) experience
Pay Range $105,https://300.00 - $190,https://350.00
The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.