Launch Mission Integration support responsibilities include program plan development and maintenance, including performing launch vehicle mission trade studies, mission analysis, the development of mission unique requirements and derived requirements identification,
monitoring and verifying all launch vehicle and satellite vehicle interface requirements including satellite vehicle transportation and processing requirements. Support includes an understanding of the launch services contract requirements and Launch Systems Integration
Contractor (LSIC) integration service contract requirements to manage ECP incorporation, including change definition, contract modification technical evaluation, and launch operations planning and execution. Requires close coordination with the SV Program, LVC, OL, Range, and other associated contractors and organizations. Requires a working knowledge of USAF Engineering Launch Support System (ELSS) architecture and components, including the Launch Vehicle Launch Support Centers (LVLSCs) at the launch bases.
Launch Mission Integration tasks include:
Provides space vehicle to launch vehicle integration, manifesting, and launch expertise
Provides Launch mission management process continuity across the Launch Enterprise
Supports Launch Mission Management interface with internal and external divisions, agencies and contractors
Generates reports and presentations for PIRs, QPRs and other launch enterprise internal and external reviews
Manages coordination process for planning and readiness meetings
Performs quality assurance of all launch mission integration products assuring quality products are properly developed, coordinated and delivered.
Provides Launch Mission Integration expertise for manufacturing, quality assurance and business management meetings/reviews
Standardizes launch vehicle readiness activities where possible
Monitor hardware issues and provides assessments in the OSL weekly report
Monitor and assess fleet wide issues affecting mission assurance
Assists in the development of consistent mission certification requirement process
Provides support to mission managers for launch certification activities
Assists in the development of launch and mission integration requirements in support of OSL CBJB and IPBS development
Reconciles launch requirements against mission execution plans
Supports the collaboration efforts with NASA and USAF to assure common understanding and sharing of resources for certification activities
Fosters collaboration with external launch partners and organizations
Attend Launch Scheduling/Manifest Meetings as required
Support each OSL launch campaign, throughout the launch process, by ensuring the availability of necessary Mission IT infrastructure and services as driven by satellite program and OSL requirements, including NOPS launch requirements
Support development of and/or update mission documentation, ensuring proper identification of enterprise launch
communications and service requirements
Participates in special projects as required.
5+ years of related experience
7 years space launch experience
5 years Government acquisition experience
Extensive knowledge of OSL launch policy and procedures
Thorough understanding of Satellite Vehicle launch interface requirements, launch transportation and processing requirements
Ability to perform thorough analysis and quick issue resolution simultaneously
We are GDIT. The people supporting some of the most complex government, defense, and intelligence projects across the country. We deliver. Bringing the expertise needed to understand and advance critical missions. We transform. Shifting the ways clients invest in, integrate, and innovate technology solutions. We ensure today is safe and tomorrow is smarter. We are there. On the ground, beside our clients, in the lab, and everywhere in between. Offering the technology transformations, strategy, and mission services needed to get the job done.
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