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February

Technical Engineering Contractor / Combat Management Systems

Rubix Solutions - Canberra Airport, ACT

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Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Our large client is seeking a technical / engineering contingent contractor to support a maritime sector requirements / RFT drafting activity from March 21 – Feb 22.
 
They’ll need to be NV1 cleared. Combat management systems experience desirable/preferred, but we they will consider generalist technical / engineering resources. L3 preferred, we they will consider L4 as well.
 
Contract Activities & Deliverables
As a minimum, the Service Provider shall provide services support to the Project team and undertake the contract activities and deliverables appearing below:

  1. Lead the development of the technical aspects of the approaches to market for the delivery of SEA4000 Ph6, including tailoring of ASDEFCON Statements of Work (SOW) and Data Item Descriptions (DIDs), as needed;
  2. Support development of commercial and financial aspects of the approaches to market to best align with technical requirements and risk, as needed through the provision of related technical advice;
  3. Support the development of technical information needed to inform the RFT process, including the review of deliverables provided by third party contractors as part of combat system design and platform system design change processes;
  4. Proactively engage with related Commonwealth stakeholders including but not limited to DDGSPO, SEA4000 Ph3, SEA5000 Phase 1, Naval Construction Branch and other CMPS Directorates, as needed, to agree the SOWs for SEA4000Ph6 and otherwise progress RFT development and RFT dependant activities;
  5. Support engagement with Defence Industry, including inputs to any industry briefs and the development of responses to clarification questions, as required;
  6. Support Tender Evaluation through participation in and/or leading the Technical Evaluation Working Group (TEWG), development of the TEWG Report/s and support to Evaluation Report development;
  7. Support Offer Definition Improvement Activities (ODIA), where required, including the development of ODIA Packs for release to Industry;
  8. Support the Commonwealth lead negotiation team during tender negotiations, including attendance during negotiation workshops and provision of technical advice;
  9. Provide technical inputs in to correspondence, briefs and reports as required in support of RFT development and execution of procurement strategy including submissions and documents for higher delegate and committee consideration; and
  10. Deliver monthly reports to SEA4000Ph6 Project Director outlining activities completed during the preceding month and key risks and issues requiring attention and action by either the Contractor or the Commonwealth.