Senior Project Engineer 

at Red 6 

Orlando Florida / Technology / Full-Time 

 

Red’s 6 Mission 

To build the best in-flight Augmented Reality flight training system in the world, and to create the most effective combat pilots on the planet. 

 

Augmented Reality / Hardware / Integration Technology Department  

The Software Engineering team at Red 6 engineers systems to see and interpret the world. These systems synthesize and visualize a synthetic reality into a hive mind of real-world knowledge. We are engineering high performing and highly advanced augmented reality platforms and infrastructure, which support our military partners’ operations. This enables us to collaborate and train with the world’s most advanced military systems and develop our soldiers’ capabilities as the world’s most important line of defense. 

 

The Role 

As a Senior Project Engineer at Red 6, you will develop, design, and establish software and hardware project planning and systems engineering documentation and procedures.  You will manage the planning and processes of projects and delegate responsibilities to ensure the project is completed efficiently and successfully. Provide subject matter advice and guidance on best practice methods, standards, and requirements to individuals responsible for software lifecycle management.  Monitor and manage corrective action plans and implement process improvement responses.   Perform requirements analysis, Test/Integration, Validation, and system reviews. You will initially report to the Director of Software Systems Engineering. 

 

Qualifications 

  • Minimum of 7 to 10 years’ experience working in software systems engineering and/or project management 
  • Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner 
  • Minimum of 3 years hands-on experience utilizing systems process tools such as Jama/Doors, Jira, and CM tools.  
  • Experience working in an AGILE environment 
  • Understanding of SPICE/ V Engineering Model  
  • Experience in government programs and acquisition 
  • Experience managing schedule and budget for projects 
  • Degree in a related field 

  

Preferred / Additional Skills 

  • Knowledge of CMMI Level 3 processes 
  • Familiarity with Risk and Issue Management 
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in managing software release delivery in a production and/or development environment 
  • Experience in managing development and delivery of multiple overlapping releases 
  • Experience working with Continuous Integrations tools such as Jenkins 
  • Experience in hardware integration 
  • Experience in avionics software or hardware 

Note 

Red 6 reserves the right to change its current benefits program at any time, in a manner that is consistent with applicable federal and state regulations 

This job description is not a contract and confers no contractual rights, privileges, or benefits on any applicant or potential applicant. Red 6 has the right to change any and all terms of this job description, including, but not limited to, job responsibilities, qualifications and benefits. Nothing in this job description constitutes an offer or guarantee of employment. 

 

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