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Systems Engineer, Advanced

Systems Engineer, Advanced Develops, designs, evaluates, and/or modifies systems consistent with customer and regulatory requirements. Develops system architecture, and ensures the integrity of the architecture/design.  Work is evaluated upon completion to ensure objectives have been met. Determines and develops approach to solutions. Responsibilities Establishes requirements for moderately complex system design projects. Prioritizes features to insure the most important get implemented. Participates in code reviews and identifies bad sections early in the process and then recodes them. Completes all phases of moderately complex system design projects. Carries out all in-process and final inspection activities. Develops and tests documentation for the projects. Considers latest technologies and new approaches to designs and implementation of new designs. Reviews changes or upgrades to existing software and / or firmware designs. Develops new technology to solve unique problems. Provide recommendations and solutions to problems using experience in multiple technical areas. Applies existing technology in new ways to improve performance and productivity. May develop new tools to aid in the analysis and solving of problem Exercises judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. Receives little instruction on day-to-day work and general instructions on new assignments. May influence the activities of junior level personnel (exempt professional and non-exempt). Networks with senior, internal and external, personnel in own area of expertise. Frequent inter-organizational and outside customer contacts Qualifications U.S. Only:  Required Education & Experience: Bachelors degree and 8+ yearexperience or Masters degree and 6+ yearexperience All other Regions:  Preferred Education: Bachelor's degree Preferred Work Experience (years): 10+ years work experience 49803  
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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