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Systems Integrator

The Swift Group is looking for an Systems Integrator who will be responsible for providing proactive, technical systems integration support to fast-paced operational projects. The ideal candidate will benefit from knowledge of software development, systems and enterprise architecture, software engineering, data engineering/management, and general problem-solving skills. In addition to embodying a passion for continuous improvement and innovation, a successful candidate should demonstrate a thorough knowledge of operations and their relevant support.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the development of a strategy to help define the program’s technical direction, such as by leading technical planning activities including roadmap development and systems integration
  • Participate in development of technical project plans, reports, and contract (e.g., PMR) briefings
  • Ensure program documentation to include inventory, licensing, procurement is kept up to date
  • Leverage industry/government standards and widely accepted best practices to define processes and procedures that ensure secure and reliably functioning systems and services
  • Assist in identifying and tracking of program action items, tracking and monitoring of ongoing projects and initiatives, coordination of project schedule(s), and capturing meeting minutes
  • Identify programmatic and technical risks to the program, and work with teams to address and mitigate these risks
  • Assist the program with assessing, documenting, and tracking program requirements
  • Collaborate with customers and program leadership to set priorities, implement tasking, and provide deliverables that are compliant with project schedules, priorities, and standards
  • Collaborate with a variety of customers and contractors, which may include technical consultation, meeting coordination and support (e.g., TEMs), and preparation/support of technical briefings


Required Qualifications:

  • 8+ years of relevant experience
  • Demonstrated experience in:

    • tailoring project management and systems engineering fundamentals in complex environments

    • optimizing work processes within the operations and support functions of the systems lifecycle

    • providing program coordination support

    • effectively communicating (verbally and in writing) across programs and with clients, stakeholders, and other contractors

    • managing priorities across multiple projects

    • Strong Microsoft Office skills, such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Visio

    • Experience validating requirements with cross functional teams of engineer, data scientists, analysts and other senior level technical staff

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or other related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical training, or work/military experience
  • US Citizenship and an active TS/SCI with Polygraph security clearance required

Desired Qualifications:

  •  In-depth knowledge of traditional project management principles and practices
  • Ability to facilitate and support Scrum events
  • Familiarity with technologies such as Windows, Linux, NiFi, Storage, Oracle, Greenplum, Hadoop, HPCC, and Elastic Search.


The Swift Groups is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status, or any other protected class.

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