Subsystem Technologies, Inc.

  • Task Lead - Configuration Management Specialist - HAFB, UT

    Job Locations US-Ogden
    Job ID
    Hill Air Force Base (HAFB)
  • Company Overview

    Subsystem Technologies, Inc. (SUBSYSTEMs) is a client focused company that engages with our customers to solve their mission critical needs. Using our SUBSYSTEMs Solutions Lifecycle, we work with the DoD and Federal Civilian Agencies from concept through R&D and system acquisition on through design and development of new solutions, culminating in comprehensive lifecycle operations and logistics support. Complementing our technical experts, we have dedicated teams engaged in enterprise program management, financial management including budget planning, and program support. With “Pride in Performance” as our mantra, we put our client’s needs first. That’s the SUBSYSTEMs difference.


    Job Overview & Responsibilities


    Task Lead - Configuration Manager/Engineer Specialist

    Tasks associated with the on-site CM/CME services shall include, but not be limited to:

    • Managing the core Configuration Management principles of identification, control, status accounting, reviews and audits, release and product quality. 
    • Control the change process to incorporate only approved and validated changes into product baselines for both documentation and source code. 
    • Train and support software developers and engineers on change requests and documentation reviews, source code control, build automation, and merge resolution. 
    • Develop and maintain Technical Configuration and Configuration Data Management Plans and Data Packages. 
    • Identify Configuration Items (CIs) and requirements and assist in the development and maintenance of CI databases. 
    • Attend meetings and conferences such as engineering reviews, configuration control boards, technical meetings, planning meetings, business strategy panels, user’s group meetings. 
    • Maintain configuration over multi weapon system test environments to include software, hardware and firmware. 
    • Responsible for maintaining the tools and processes for a large, enterprise level system in a fast paced, agile, client-oriented environment. 
    • Integration of CM tools with the agile processes and build / deployment tools, to create and support the agile operations and automated builds and deployment. 
    • Ability to coordinate cross-functional teams and provide a basic understanding of CM principles and procedures. 
    • Deliver quality audit metrics upon request. 
    • Demonstrate written and verbal communication skills through monthly program status briefings. 
    • Demonstrate continual process improvement (CPI) through participation in Art of the Possible CPI working groups. 
    • Create and maintain configuration management related policy, processes and procedures. 
    • Plan/coordinate release schedules and cycles. 
    • Measure/monitor progress to ensure releases are delivered on time and meet or exceed expectations. 
    • Manage risks and resolve issues that affect release scope, schedule, and quality. 
    • Conduct and report Milestone Reviews and Audits. 
    • Implement DOD and AF classified information protection standards. 
    • Apply derivative classification to classified material and documents.


    In addition to the capabilities listed above, the following tasks and capabilities shall be

    required for performance of Task Lead CME functions:

    • Define, implement, and improve the source code integration/release management process.
    • Knowledge of multiple software development lifecycles such as Waterfall and Agile/Scrum methodologies. 
    • Knowledge of and access to the most current SAE EIA-649 and SAE EIA-649-1 National Consensus Standards for Configuration Management. 
    • Research new tools and technologies to meet both new business requirements and evolving technical requirements such as automated software development DevOps integration, automated deployment. 
    • Knowledge of source code control management systems and code branching/merging strategies and merge resolution. 
    • Work with build engineers to understand impact of branches and code merges. 
    • Experience working with software repository such as, GIT, TFS and IBM Rational tool suites, branching concepts and automated builds. 
    • Experience working with configuration tools such as, Dimensions and IBM Rational tool suites. 
    • Experience in software engineering and development using languages such as C, C++, and Java. 
    • Experience developing, designing, and administering databases Oracle, MS SQL Server, IBM DB2 and MS Access. 
    • Military weapons system software/hardware integration.

    Desired/Beneficial CME Capabilities:

    In addition to the minimal taskings listed above, additional capabilities and experience that would be beneficial in performance of CME required tasks include but are not limited to:

    • Military weapons system software/firmware/hardware integration.
    • Formal licenses/certifications or training for above listed software applications, code languages and database design/administration. 
    • SAE EIA-649 and SAE EIA-649-1 National Consensus Standards for Configuration Management training prior to reporting date. 
    • Certified and trained in one or more of the following EIA-649, and/or Certified International Configuration Manager by Configuration Management Training Foundation, Institute of Configuration Management, and/or Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI).





    • Minimum of 3 to 10 years of experience
    • BA/BS or MA/MS degree
    • Secret Clearance
    • DOD experience


    We Value The Cultural Differences Our Employees Bring To SUBSYSTEMs. We Are Proud Supporters Of Hiring Veterans And Count Them Among Our Finest

    We Are An Employer Of Choice And Are Committed To Our Employees Who, In Turn, Provide Continued Excellence And The Highest Service Quality Standards To Help Our Clients Achieve Their Mission






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