RECENT : Systems Engineer (Modelling and Simulation) | Farnborough, Portsdown West, MoD sites in UK


RECENT : Configuration Manager | Abbey Wood/Remote


RECENT : Lead Engineer | Abbey Wood/Remote


RECENT : Engineering Manager (L3) | Abbey Wood/Remote


RECENT : Engineering Manager | Abbey Wood/Remote


Project/Systems Engineer




£400 - £500 dep. on experience


Abbey Wood/Remote working


Until 31/03/2024

Deadline for submission

12:00 pm 09/11/2023


The JEWCS system is responsible for providing EW training for Land, Maritime and Air assets in all climates. As well as the EW training the project will also procure an Anti-Ship Missile Defence Evaluation Facility (NASMDEF) for use by NATO Naval Forces. The project is funded by NATO and follows NATO procurement rules and regulations.Land and Maritime systems will provide the capability to simulate the launch of IR, RF and laser guided missiles, engage in navigation warfare techniques and simulate the trigger of Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices.Do so requires a complex mix of sensor, effector and control capabilities mounted in transportable enclosures while meeting requirements of availability, security, mobility, safety, interoperability and be sustainable from a DLOD perspective.

Specific job skills

This role is required to work in a technical/engineering role, taking the lead for the Land and Maritime elements of a Cat B equivalent NATO procurement programme.

  • Ensure the Land and Maritime Training System meets the requirements stated in the System Requirements Documentation:
  • Review all relevant design documentation
  • Attend and contribute to all design reviews
  • Establish a collaborative working arrangement with the Prime Contractor’s Land and Maritime Systems lead engineers
  • Minimum monthly face to face meeting with counterparts
  • Provide a joint quarterly report to the Quarterly Programme Meeting
  • Work with the staff at NATO JEWCS to fully understand the knowledge, skills and experience of the operators thereby ensuring they are capable of producing the required outputs from the system.
  • Attend and contribute to the Training Working Group
  • Be a SQEP member of the Project Safety Panel ideally having relevant experience in this area.
  • The individual will be required to contribute to the production of safety documentation in support of the system safety case/safety case report.
  • Contribute to the project security working group.
  • Contribute to the project Guide for Engineering Activities and Review (GEAR) documentation.
  • Draw on expertise of EW technical specialists from NATO JEWCS and the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA).

Essential skills and experience

  • Document design and review.
  • Stakeholder Management.
  • Financial reporting/budgeting.
  • NATO experience.
  • Workshop facilitation.
  • Project Safety.
  • Safety documentation.
  • GEAR experience.
  • Experience of Electronic Warfare.

Desired skills and experience

  • JEWCS experience.
  • NCIA experience.

Security Clearence

Candidates must be SC cleared UK nationals.

Aurora framework

Please note: We cannot accept any applications from candidates currently working on the Aurora framework unless the contract is due to finish within the next month.

For further information contact Hilary Burdess

CALL : 077860 75396

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