£ 550.00 - £ 550.00 per day
We are looking for a developer to join one of our delivery teams in the Legal Aid Agency, part of the Ministry of Justice. We are on a mission to modernise, maintain and make better digital services for the Legal Aid Agency.  
 
There are three parts to this role. The first is to modernise (as much as possible) the bespoke in-house applications, moving the needle on the 4 key metrics described in a recent blog post by one of our technical architects.  
 
Key criteria  
● Ability to dissect and solve problems  
● Experience embedding DevOps practices into legacy systems ● Testing everything, automating everything  
● Can-do attitude and committed  
● the commitment to share knowledge with permanent staff in the delivery team  
 
Also, we'd love it if you have experience of...  
● Different programming languages like: Ruby, Java, PL/SQL and Python  
● UK Government working practices.  
● Agile/scrum methodologies and other tools such as Confluence, Jira, Trello
● Amazon Web Services
● Working on the integration of different systems via APIs and knowledge of Networking.
 
Security Clearance: BPSS/ DBS 
CV Deadline: Tuesday 6th August @12:00 
£ 900.00 - £ 900.00 per day
PART TIME ROLE - 12 DAYS PER MONTH
 
Minimum Requirement: 

ESSENTIAL:
• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree or equivalent is required in Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical, Communications Engineering (technical), Physics, or similar.
• Active DV clearance
• A deep technical understanding of GNSS technologies across space/launch, system/ground and operations segments, the interoperability and trade off aspects across all technical areas of a GNSS system 
• Extensive years of demonstrated GNSS system design experience 
• Proven track record in interfacing and liaising with the US on specialist navigation technical topics. 
• Extensive experience of the UK GNSS industry Sector 
• Experience in multiple stages of the system and product design lifecycles
• Experience of large system architecture design and logical design thinking
• An understanding of System Engineering principles and processes
• Experience with requirements and interface management, risk management, change boards and change board environment.
• Extremely motivated individual who is a self-starter and a team player.
• Experience writing and delivering technical documents and briefings.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills as well as organisational skills
 
 
JD:
The UK GNSS programme is being led by the UK Space Agency, in partnership with the Ministry of Defence to undertake an Engineering Design and Development Phase (EDDP) which will deliver a number of outputs related to design options for a UK-GNSS. 
The high-level objectives of which are:
• Undertake system engineering and planning activities necessary to prepare for the implementation of a UK GNSS capability
• Provide technical inputs to support the preparation of a Business Case for the UK GNSS Capability
• Develop Authority procurement and industrialisation plans to ensure that the programme procurement and implementation is aligned with UK Government objectives and constraints
• Initiate critical development activities and early Long Lead Item procurements
The Navigation system security specialist will be part of a small team, supporting the UKGNSS Technical Director in the definition of the technical strategy, oversight of the technical activities and mentoring of the UKGSS Authority technical team. 
To maintain independence and to enable appropriate oversight the specialist role would not be based in the London programme office, working predominately off site and attending programme meetings as and when required.

As a Navigation System Security Specialist, you will: 
• Assist with definition of the programme technology strategy and delivery. The work will include the design, definition and development of the whole system architecture, signal structure, system design, test beds, ranging from transmitters to antennas to ground segment elements. 
• Supporting the UK Space Agency to ensure technical coherence of the end-to-end GNSS capability (design, implementation and operations) with government and industry partners
• Design assurance of all aspects of the GNSS system
• Assessments as required, of technical risk and mitigation plans to identify high risk areas for the Technical and Programme Director(s)
• Assisting the Technical Director to develop a long-term Research and Development programme for the UK-GNSS capability, promoting innovation.
• Working with suppliers and liaising with segment leads and subject matter experts across government
• Support the development of technical documentation such as signal in space definition documents, concept of operations documents, interface specifications and others as directed. 
• Support the UK Space Agency in technical discussions and negotiations with the potential 5EYES partners.
• Provide mentoring and guidance to the UKGNSS customer technical team.
 
Security Clearance: DV CLEARANCE
£ 900.00 - £ 900.00 per day
PART TIME - 6 DAYS PER MONTH
 
Minimum Requirement: 

ESSENTIAL: 
• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree or equivalent is required in Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical, Communications Engineering (technical), Physics, or similar.
• A deep technical understanding of GNSS technologies across space/launch, system/ground and operations segments, the interoperability and trade off aspects across all technical areas of a GNSS system 
• Extensive years of demonstrated systems engineering experience 
• Extensive experience of the UK GNSS industry Sector 
• Experience in multiple stages of the system and product design lifecycles
• Experience of large system architecture design and logical design thinking
• An understanding of System Engineering principles and processes
• Experience with requirements and interface management, risk management, change boards and change board environment.
• Extremely motivated individual who is a self-starter and a team player.
• Experience writing and delivering technical documents and briefings.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills as well as organisational skills

JD:

The UK GNSS programme is being led by the UK Space Agency, in partnership with the Ministry of Defence to undertake an Engineering Design and Development Phase (EDDP) which will deliver a number of outputs related to design options for a UK-GNSS. 
The high-level objectives of which are:
• Undertake system engineering and planning activities necessary to prepare for the implementation of a UK GNSS capability
• Provide technical inputs to support the preparation of a Business Case for the UK GNSS Capability
• Develop Authority procurement and industrialisation plans to ensure that the programme procurement and implementation is aligned with UK Government objectives and constraints
• Initiate critical development activities and early Long Lead Item procurements
The Navigation system security specialist will be part of a small team, supporting the UKGNSS Technical Director in the definition of the technical strategy, oversight of the technical activities and mentoring of the UKGSS Authority technical team. 
To maintain independence and to enable appropriate oversight the specialist role would not be based in the London programme office, working predominately off site and attending programme meetings as and when required.

As a Navigation Systems Engineering Specialist, you will: 
• Develop and maintain systems engineering strategy
• Develop and maintain top level engineering assumptions and risks
• Review key programme technical documents.
• Provide specialist advice and guidance for systems engineering technical related activities.
• Provide mentoring and guidance to the UKGNSS customer technical team.

Security Clearance: SC CLEARANCE
Interview Process: F2F
£ 900.00 - £ 900.00 per day
PART TIME - 6 DAYS PER MONTH
 
Minimum Requirement: 

• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree or equivalent is required in Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical, Communications Engineering (technical), Physics, or similar.
• Active DV clearance
• A deep technical understanding of GNSS technologies across space/launch, system/ground and operations segments, the interoperability and trade off aspects across all technical areas of a GNSS system 
• Extensive years of demonstrated experience in navigation programmes and security related aspects. 
• Extensive experience of the UK GNSS industry Sector 
• Experience in multiple stages of the system and product design lifecycles
• Experience of large system architecture design and logical design thinking
• An understanding of System Engineering principles and processes
• Experience with requirements and interface management, risk management, change boards and change board environment.
• Extremely motivated individual who is a self-starter and a team player.
• Experience writing and delivering technical documents and briefings.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills as well as organisational skills

The UK GNSS programme is being led by the UK Space Agency, in partnership with the Ministry of Defence to undertake an Engineering Design and Development Phase (EDDP) which will deliver a number of outputs related to design options for a UK-GNSS. 
The high-level objectives of which are:
• Undertake system engineering and planning activities necessary to prepare for the implementation of a UK GNSS capability
• Provide technical inputs to support the preparation of a Business Case for the UK GNSS Capability
• Develop Authority procurement and industrialisation plans to ensure that the programme procurement and implementation is aligned with UK Government objectives and constraints
• Initiate critical development activities and early Long Lead Item procurements
The Navigation system security specialist will be part of a small team, supporting the UKGNSS Technical Director in the definition of the technical strategy, oversight of the technical activities and mentoring of the UKGSS Authority technical team. 
To maintain independence and to enable appropriate oversight the specialist role would not be based in the London programme office, working predominately off site and attending programme meetings as and when required.

As a Navigation System Security Specialist, you will: 
• Develop and maintain navigation system technical security implementation baseline
• Develop and maintain top level security (technical) assumptions and risks
• Review key programme technical documents.
• Provide specialist advice and guidance for navigation security technical related activities.
• Provide mentoring and guidance to the UKGNSS customer technical team.

Security Clearance: DV CLEARED
Interview Process: F2F
CV Deadline: Friday 2nd August 2019
£ 900.00 - £ 900.00 per day
PART TIME 6 DAYS PER MONTH
 
Minimum Requirement: 

ESSENTIAL: 

• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree or equivalent is required in Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical, Communications Engineering (technical), Physics, or similar.
• A deep technical understanding of GNSS technologies across space/launch, system/ground and operations segments, the interoperability and trade off aspects across all technical areas of a GNSS system 
• Vast years of demonstrated experience in the design, development, manufacture, launch and operations of spacecraft.
• Experience in the design and development of navigation spacecraft and payloads.
• Experience in launch service procurement and management.
• Extensive experience of the UK GNSS industry Sector 
• Experience in multiple stages of the system and product design lifecycles
• Experience of large system architecture design and logical design thinking
• An understanding of System Engineering principles and processes
• Experience with requirements and interface management, risk management, change boards and change board environment.
• Extremely motivated individual who is a self-starter and a team player.
• Experience writing and delivering technical documents and briefings.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills as well as organisational skills
JD:
The UK GNSS programme is being led by the UK Space Agency, in partnership with the Ministry of Defence to undertake an Engineering Design and Development Phase (EDDP) which will deliver a number of outputs related to design options for a UK-GNSS. 
The high-level objectives of which are:
• Undertake system engineering and planning activities necessary to prepare for the implementation of a UK GNSS capability
• Provide technical inputs to support the preparation of a Business Case for the UK GNSS Capability
• Develop Authority procurement and industrialisation plans to ensure that the programme procurement and implementation is aligned with UK Government objectives and constraints
• Initiate critical development activities and early Long Lead Item procurements
The Navigation space segment and launch specialist will be part of a small team, supporting the UKGNSS Technical Director in the definition of the technical strategy, oversight of the technical activities and mentoring of the UKGSS Authority technical team. 
To maintain independence and to enable appropriate oversight the specialist role would not be based in the London programme office, working predominately off site and attending programme meetings as and when required.

As a Navigation Space Segment and Launch Specialist, you will: 
• Work with the UK GNSS Technical Director develop and maintain the space segment strategy.
• Work with the UK GNSS Technical Director develop and maintain launch strategy.
• Assess as required, of technical risk and mitigation plans to identify high risk areas for the Technical and Programme Director(s)
• Review and assess space segment and launch assumptions.
• Review key programme technical documents.
• Provide specialist advice and guidance for space segment and launch related activities.
• Provide mentoring and guidance to the UKGNSS customer technical team.

Security Clearance: SC CLEARANCE
Interview Process: F2F
CV Deadline: Friday 2nd Aug @ 5.30pm
£ 900.00 - £ 900.00 per day
(PART TIME / 6 DAYS A MONTH)
 
Minimum Requirement: 

ESSENTIAL:
• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree or equivalent is required in Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical, Communications Engineering (technical), Physics, or similar.
• A deep technical understanding of GNSS technologies across space/launch, system/ground and operations segments, the interoperability and trade off aspects across all technical areas of a GNSS system 
• Extensive years satellite operations, systems engineering and ground experience 
• Detailed knowledge and understanding of satellite telemetry and telecommand, navigation sensor site installation and operation and spacecraft operations.
• Extensive experience of the UK GNSS industry Sector 
• Experience in multiple stages of the system and product design lifecycles
• Experience of large system architecture design and logical design thinking
• An understanding of System Engineering principles and processes
• Experience with requirements and interface management, risk management, change boards and change board environment.
• Extremely motivated individual who is a self-starter and a team player.
• Experience writing and delivering technical documents and briefings.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills as well as organisational skills
JD:

The UK GNSS programme is being led by the UK Space Agency, in partnership with the Ministry of Defence to undertake an Engineering Design and Development Phase (EDDP) which will deliver a number of outputs related to design options for a UK-GNSS. 

The high-level objectives of which are:

• Undertake system engineering and planning activities necessary to prepare for the implementation of a UK GNSS capability
• Provide technical inputs to support the preparation of a Business Case for the UK GNSS Capability
• Develop Authority procurement and industrialisation plans to ensure that the programme procurement and implementation is aligned with UK Government objectives and constraints
• Initiate critical development activities and early Long Lead Item procurements

The TT&C, Navigation Sensor Station and Satellite Operations Specialist will be part of a small team, supporting the UKGNSS Technical Director in the definition of the technical strategy, oversight of the technical activities and mentoring of the UKGSS Authority technical team. 

To maintain independence and to enable appropriate oversight the specialist role would not be based in the London programme office, working predominately off site and attending programme meetings as and when required.

• Develop and maintain navigation system TT&C and sensor station strategy
• Develop and maintain top level systems engineering assumptions and risks
• Review key programme technical documents.
• Provide specialist advice and guidance for navigation segment technical related activities.
 
Security Clearance: SC Clearance
CV Deadline: Friday 2nd August @ 5.30pm
£ 900.00 - £ 900.00 per day
PART TIME - 6 DAYS A MONTH
 
Minimum Requirement: 
ESSENTIAL:

• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree or equivalent is required in Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical, Communications Engineering (technical), Physics, or similar.
• A deep technical understanding of GNSS technologies across space/launch, system/ground and operations segments, the interoperability and trade off aspects across all technical areas of a GNSS system 
• 15+ years of demonstrated navigation systems experience 
• Extensive experience of the UK GNSS industry Sector 
• Experience in multiple stages of the system and product design lifecycles
• Experience of large system architecture design and logical design thinking
• An understanding of System Engineering principles and processes
• Experience with requirements and interface management, risk management, change boards and change board environment.
• Extremely motivated individual who is a self-starter and a team player.
• Experience writing and delivering technical documents and briefings.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills as well as organisational skills

The UK GNSS programme is being led by the UK Space Agency, in partnership with the Ministry of Defence to undertake an Engineering Design and Development Phase (EDDP) which will deliver a number of outputs related to design options for a UK-GNSS. 
The high-level objectives of which are:
• Undertake system engineering and planning activities necessary to prepare for the implementation of a UK GNSS capability
• Provide technical inputs to support the preparation of a Business Case for the UK GNSS Capability
• Develop Authority procurement and industrialisation plans to ensure that the programme procurement and implementation is aligned with UK Government objectives and constraints
• Initiate critical development activities and early Long Lead Item procurements
The Navigation Segment Specialist will be part of a small team, supporting the UKGNSS Technical Director in the definition of the technical strategy, oversight of the technical activities and mentoring of the UKGSS Authority technical team. 
To maintain independence and to enable appropriate oversight the specialist role would not be based in the London programme office, working predominately off site and attending programme meetings as and when required.

As a Navigation Segment Specialist, you will: 
• Develop and maintain navigation segment engineering strategy
• Develop and maintain top level engineering assumptions and risks
• Review key programme technical documents.
• Provide specialist advice and guidance for navigation segment technical related activities.
• Provide mentoring and guidance to the UKGNSS customer technical team.

Security Clearance: SC CLEARANCE REQUIRED
Interview Process: F2F
CV Deadline: Friday 2nd Aug @ 5.30pm 
£ 550.00 - £ 550.00 per day
Description:
Manage one or more agile projects, typically to deliver a specific product or transformation via a multi-disciplinary, highly skilled digital team. Deliver projects and products using the appropriate agile project management methodology, learning _ iterating frequently. Defining project needs and feeding these into the programme/portfolio process. Work with the Product Manager to define the roadmap for any given product and translate this into user stories. Lead the collaborative, dynamic planning process - prioritising the work that needs to be done against the capacity and capability of the team. Matrix-managing a multidisciplinary team. Ensure all products are built to an appropriate level of quality for the stage (alpha/beta/production). Actively participating in the Delivery Manager community, sharing and re-applying skills and knowledge and bringing in best practice.
 
 
Minimum Requirement: 

1) Understanding and working in government organisations 
2) Working in AGILE environments 
3) Multi-disciplinary teams

Manage one or more agile projects, typically to deliver a specific product or transformation via a multi-disciplinary, highly skilled digital team. Deliver projects and products using the appropriate agile project management methodology, learning _ iterating frequently. 

Defining project needs and feeding these into the programme/portfolio process. 

Work with the Product Manager to define the roadmap for any given product and translate this into user stories. Lead the collaborative, dynamic planning process - prioritising the work that needs to be done against the capacity and capability of the team.

Matrix-managing a multidisciplinary team. Ensure all products are built to an appropriate level of quality for the stage (alpha/beta/production). 

Actively participating in the Delivery Manager community, sharing and re-applying skills and knowledge and bringing in best practice


Security Clearance: BPSS/ DBS 
CV Deadline: 01/08 @16:00
£ 900.00 - £ 900.00 per day
ESSENTIAL:
• Bachelor’s or master’s Degree or equivalent is required in Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical, Communications Engineering (technical), Physics, or similar.
• A deep technical understanding of GNSS technologies across space/launch, system/ground and operations segments, the interoperability and trade off aspects across all technical areas of a GNSS system 
• Extensive years of demonstrated navigation systems experience 
• Extensive experience of the UK GNSS industry Sector 
• Experience in technical programme management
• Experience of multiple stages of the system and product design lifecycles
• Experience of large system architecture design and logical design thinking
• An understanding of System Engineering principles and processes
• Experience with requirements and interface management, risk management, change boards and change board environment.
• Extremely motivated individual who is a self-starter and a team player.
• Experience writing and delivering technical documents and briefings.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills as well as organisational skills

ROLE OVERVIEW:
The UK GNSS programme is being led by the UK Space Agency, in partnership with the Ministry of Defence to undertake an Engineering Design and Development Phase (EDDP) which will deliver a number of outputs related to design options for a UK-GNSS. 
The high-level objectives of which are:
• Undertake system engineering and planning activities necessary to prepare for the implementation of a UK GNSS capability
• Provide technical inputs to support the preparation of a Business Case for the UK GNSS Capability
• Develop Authority procurement and industrialisation plans to ensure that the programme procurement and implementation is aligned with UK Government objectives and constraints
• Initiate critical development activities and early Long Lead Item procurements
The Navigation Programme Specialist will be part of a small team, supporting the UKGNSS Technical Director in the definition of the technical strategy, oversight of the technical activities and mentoring of the UKGSS Authority technical team. 
To maintain independence and to enable appropriate oversight the specialist role would not be based in the London programme office, working predominately off site and attending programme meetings as and when required.

As a Navigation Programme Specialist, you will: 
• Develop and maintain technical oversight strategy and plan.
• Collate top level engineering assumptions and risks from various UKGNSS technical specialists
• Review key programme technical documents.
• Chair and minute UK GNSS technical team programme reviews.
• Communicate and track actions from the UK GNSS technical team programme meetings.

Security Clearance: SC CLEARANCE
Interview Process: F2F
CV Deadline: Friday 2nd Aug @ 5.30pm
£ 407.64 - £ 407.64 per day
Minimum Requirement: 
1. Project Delivery. Accountable for creating and leading a project to ensure it delivers agreed outcomes within time, cost and quality constraints.
2. Project Management. Day to day running of the project team, providing effective leadership and management controls. You will adopt appropriate project management delivery methodologies, managing the effective transition between project phases, and helping to design the project structure and organisation appropriate to stage. The Project Manager will be responsible for building a motivated and capable team to deliver the project, developing capability and fostering an inclusive culture of innovation.
3. Stakeholder Management. Coordinate the development of business cases, tracking delivery within budget. Schedule / manage resources to deliver the project independently or within a small team.
4. Risk Management. Identify and manage collaborative stakeholder relationships, actively engaging and bringing in senior level support when required. In most cases this will mean managing both internal and external relationships as appropriate.
5. Project Performance and Controls. Identify, monitor and manage project risks and issues, develop mitigating strategies and escalate as appropriate. Identify and work with related projects to manage interdependencies.
6. Business Transformation. Develop and maintain the project plan, identifying and recommending appropriate project controls, providing key reports to support reporting progress to sponsors.
7. Governance and Assurance. The Project Manager will provide key reports and support effective governance and decision making. They will also be responsible for cascading the vision for the project and set up or support the appropriate project assurance.
8. Business Transformation. The Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring the strategic fit of the project with the wider organisational strategy and actively engaging with stakeholders to ensure the project remains viable.  
 
This includes putting in place effective processes to document any changes to deliverables, and ensure that they are communicated and agreed with the relevant stakeholders.
Security Clearance: SC – please provide candidates DOB and current SC sponsor. 
CV Deadline: Monday 5th August 11am 
£ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
The purpose of the PPT Lead is to establish and run Pegasus Project Activity. The role requires strong leadership and management skills, coupled with complex engineering project management experience, to ensure the technical integrity of the project and its coherence across the multi-national work strands. The incumbent will need to develop and maintain robust relationships with the FVEY national engineering and delivery agents, to ensure that all initiatives meet the requirements of the FVEY community. Techncial stakeholder engagement will be a key activity of the PPT Lead.
 
The Engineering Leadership roles will require five eyes IT engineering or service delivery or design experience;  
 
SC CLEARANCE
£ 400.00 - £ 450.00 per day
The purpose of the Engineering Design Lead is to lead on the engineering design, Test, Evaluation and Transition into service of new or changed services. The role will act as the lead focal point for FVEY engineering decisions.
 
St Vincent's with travel within the UK iaw. MOD policy. Overseas travel, if required, subject to separate LoL. Occasional overseas travel to Australia/Canada/New Zealand/USA. Addressed as part of programme funding at Defence travel rates.
 
SC CLEARANCE
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