Infinity Group Recruiting Inc
Test and Evaluation, SR
Test and Evaluation (T&E) Sr. Position: F-16 FMS Program Office
You may apply directly via email to email@example.com
Location: Wright Patterson AFB, OH
Security Clearance: Current Secret, Top Secret Desired
Salary: Range negotiable
PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT:
3.2.6 F-16 FMS Development Programs (WPAFB) - Test and Evaluation Program
220.127.116.11 The Contractor shall possess 10 years of test and evaluation support experience to perform test
related activities. The Contractor shall possess a minimum of five years of US Government, military, or
industry aircraft flight test management or aircraft flight test management experience as part of the 10
year test and evaluation experience.
18.104.22.168 The Contractor shall assist in the designing, planning, execution, analysis and reporting phases of
test and evaluation to assess the performance of F-16 systems, subsystems and equipment as they progress
through the various acquisition phases and milestones.
22.214.171.124 The Contractor shall prepare, maintain, update and review the full range of test and test related
documentation for adequacy, specification/performance requirement compliance, conformity with
mandatory guidance and provide recommendations as necessary for improvement.
126.96.36.199 The Contractor shall develop the plan for, shall ensure execution and shall lead the Flight
Test program for the F-16 FMS programs including both the production and modification efforts,
including close coordination with technical (engineering), logistics, flight test community, and
Lead Development Test Organization (LDTO) test support staff.
188.8.131.52 The Contractor shall support management of all phases of the flight test program and shall assess
the performance of aeronautical systems, subsystems and equipment for a major acquisition and
modification program. The Contractor shall analyze technical and contractual requirements and
formulates test strategies and methodologies to ensure the optimum verification of requirements.
184.108.40.206 The Contractor shall lead and administrate flight test meetings such as Test Integrated
Product Team (TIPT) meetings. The Contractor shall develop briefing charts, manage meeting logistics
of briefing presentations, set up video teleconferencing (VTC), prepare minutes, manage action items,
schedule conference rooms, issue attendee invitations, and provide meeting handouts. The Contractor shall
also support the F-16 ITT meetings and provide inputs to the F-16 overall test documentation including
the Capstone TEMP.
220.127.116.11 The Contractor shall develop master test plans, detailed test schedules, and develop specific
measures of performance and effectiveness. The Contractor shall forecast requirements for, and acquire
munitions, air-to-air vehicles, range targets and emitters, alternate mission equipment, and any specialized
ground equipment necessary for handling, maintaining, or testing F-16 aircraft and equipment. The
Contractor shall review and shall make approval recommendations to the Government
18.104.22.168 The Contractor shall locate and coordinate delivery of required flight test Government
Furnished Equipment (GFE) with various GFE managers to include subsystems, test instrumentation, and
weapons so they are available to support tests. (Prime contractor is responsible for maintenance of test
aircraft.) The Contractor shall also assist in obtaining aircraft spare assets as appropriate to support the
scope and level of test. The Contractor shall coordinate actions of other contractors, DoD representatives,
and Developmental Test (DT) personnel.
22.214.171.124 The Contractor shall develop/coordinate test reporting requirements and shall lead periodic
reviews and disposition test agency watch items. The Contractor shall review watch items/deficiency
reports (DRs) and coordinate required resolution.
126.96.36.199 The Contractor shall review flight test video and other data to assess the validity and impact of
any significant anomalies, and shall recommend whether to suspend flight testing pending resolution. The
Contractor shall review Government test completion letters, test reports, and contractor test reports for
adequacy, specification/performance requirement compliance, conformity with mandatory guidance and
shall provide recommendations for process improvement.
188.8.131.52 The Contractor shall prepare, monitor, review, analyze and coordinate FMS documentation in
compliance with established USG and FMS policy and procedures, utilizing exceptional communication
skills, verbal and written, essential for effective interaction with both technical and non-technical
personnel in the performance of assigned duties.
184.108.40.206 The Contractor shall assist in collecting required documentation from vendors such as safety of
flight certificates, software release memos, weapon range safety footprints, electronic warfare emitter
types, frequency management data, technical order source data, and coordinate any required approvals
with the appropriate agency(s). The Contractor shall support the appropriate airworthiness evaluations and
documentation to support flight test efforts.
220.127.116.11 The Contractor shall develop preliminary estimates of flight test program cost and shall determine
obligation dates for funding and expenditure rates. The Contractor shall develop program introduction
documents and coordinate test agencies statements of capability for approval. The Contractor shall
recommend data and instrumentation requirements for each stakeholder and track the development of the
data analysis plan as well as test aircraft instrumentation/modification documents.
18.104.22.168 The Contractor shall exercise proficiency in the use of current Government (industry standard)
software for preparation of letters, documents, reports, and databases. Contractor shall prepare Flight Test
Release documentation, ensuring that required air worthiness and SEEK EAGLE flight clearance
requirements have been met.
22.214.171.124 The Contractor shall coordinate test requirements between the prime contractor, SPO
IPT/Security Assistance Program Manager (SAPM), SPO Test Manager, AFTC or other LDTO as
appropriate, and other test agencies. The Contractor shall ensure compliance with all applicable FAA
certifications and procedures necessary prior to start of flight test. The Contractor shall consider the
capability limitations, logistics, and cost in order to propose the most appropriate venue and level of test
(i.e. contractor or government test; lab, chamber, ground, or flight test).
126.96.36.199 The Contractor shall perform all flight test related duties related to both new production and
major modification efforts. The Contractor shall function as a liaison with widely dispersed team members
in preparing technical materials, briefings slides, handouts, minutes, letters, reports and agendas.
188.8.131.52 The Contractor shall manage flight test programs requiring the integration of the
Electronic Warfare systems (e.g. Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite (AIDEWS)
and/or Advanced Countermeasures Electronic System (ACES)) and a broad variety of weapons for both
the production and modified aircraft to include extensive coordination with various US government
agencies, Air Force, prime contractors, and various other vendors and subsystem contractors.
184.108.40.206 The Contractor shall track cost and schedule of the test program, and provide status reports on
program expenditures to the PM. The Contractor shall attend program reviews and shall brief test plans,
issues, and program status. The Contractor shall prepare and present briefings at meetings with the
customer, management, and higher headquarters. The Contractor shall assist with the release of reports to
the customer through the foreign disclosure office and ensure reports are appropriately sanitized utilizing
International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) and other FMS policies and guidelines.
220.127.116.11 The Contractor shall travel CONUS/OCONUS in order to support engineering technical
meetings, test planning meetings, Program Management Review (PMRs), Program Management Action
Team (PMATs), Functional/Physical Configuration Audits (PCAs), and periodic observation of test
mission execution at government facilities or vendor labs. Contractor may be required to participate in
contractor flight test missions.
18.104.22.168 The Contractor shall review the Delegation of Disclosure Letter (DDL), security classification
guidance, and other technical documentation for the program and shall coordinate test-related
documentation release issues with the foreign disclosure office.