SAIC is currently looking for candidates to join and support our Engineering, Development, Integration, and Sustainment (EDIS) team in the Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Colorado Springs, Colorado, areas. We have an enterprise approach to our mission and are looking for individuals who are responsive and performance-focused to help us exceed government expectations and deliver performance excellence to the U.S. Air Force (USAF) Space and Missile Systems Center Advanced Systems and Development Directorate (SMC/AD). SMC/AD's mission is to drive future space capabilities through collaborative, innovative, developmental planning and demonstrations. The directorate brings the science and technology, pre-systems acquisition, and developmental planning expertise at multiple customer locations.
The SAIC EDIS team will provide mission critical support to the SMC/AD Ground Systems and Space Operations Division (SMC/ADG) and directly support the USAF Research and Development Space and Missile Operations program requirements. We will support SMC/ADG's mission to operate and sustain an affordable Ground System Enterprise for research and development and demonstration missions; develop innovative solutions to reduce operations and maintenance costs; provide a test bed to prove out emerging concepts; and remain a viable choice for all new ground command and control programs. Our role will develop and provide collaborative partnerships between developmental, test, and operational units to seamlessly develop and rapidly field new capabilities, standardize satellite operations, and exploit core competencies/strengths in support of the Multi-Mission Satellite Operations Center (MMSOC) Ground System Architecture and other Department of Defense activities.
SAIC’s EDIS program will deliver integration of research and development and operational mission telemetry, tracking, and command, and the external Mission Unique Software/Applications to support mission operations. We will field and sustain MMSOC instances for operational users at multiple customer locations, including planned initiatives to evolve the MMSOC into a service bus architecture and migrate existing legacy systems towards an open service-oriented architecture using standard interfaces and a commodity processing infrastructure.