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This Interdisciplinary position is located at Army Evaluation Center (AEC).
Serves as an Evaluator within the Survivability Evaluation Directorate. The Survivability Evaluation Directorate serves as the AEC focal point responsible for specialized technical expertise and guidance on all aspects of system evaluation of the following survivability domains: cybersecurity, electromagnetic environmental effects; countermeasures; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear survivability; electronic warfare; Soldier survivability, and ballistics and lethality.
Performs integrated survivability evaluation for assigned weapon systems. Responsible for the planning, analyzing, evaluating and reporting of survivability domains: cyber security, electromagnetic environmental effects; countermeasures; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear survivability; electronic warfare; Soldier survivability, and ballistics and lethality in all system documentation relating to test and evaluation (T&E ) in accordance with DOD and Army policies.
Interacts with program managers and other members of the acquisition community to ensure a comprehensive Test & Evaluation program is conducted. Prepares written analysis, evaluations, and briefings to support Army and DOD materiel decision-making.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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