Solers, Inc.

  • Aerospace Engineer

    Job Locations US-VA-Chantilly
    Job ID
  • Overview

    Candidate will be responsible for end-to-end aerospace and systems engineering life cycle activities for satellite ground system development projects.  These activities may include developing Concept of Operations; developing and analyzing enterprise and system level requirements; conducting impact assessment of new capabilities and proposed changes to an existing software/hardware baseline; conducting assessments of cost, schedule, and risk; conducting technology assessments; performing trade off analyses; enterprise and/or system architecture design and development; developing and monitoring RFCs; and supporting test activities.  This position requires client interaction and the ability to work in a multi-contractor team environment.



    Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering, or related field


    Required Skills:

    Multi-disciplinary skills to lead and support system requirements development, design trade-offs, implementation, system testing, and system integration are required.  Experience working with Intelligence Community or DoD information systems in a customer environment and five or more years engineering and technical task leadership experience is needed.


    Desired Skills:

    An advanced degree in Aerospace Engineering, or related engineering field is viewed positively, as are demonstrated experience in mission planning systems.


    Chantilly, VA


    Security Requirement:

    US Citizenship Required, candidate must be able to obtain and maintain a government security clearance.


    Solers is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other factor protected by law.


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