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Enterprise Architect

Macalogic is a dynamic and growing company with broad competencies based on over a decade of experience working in the federal arena. We are an SBA-certified 8(a) and Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB).  We provide IT technical, program management, and business consulting services to customers in the Government and Commercial sectors.

Our core values of accountability, collaboration, value, and respect are central to everything we do at Macalogic. As such, we are always open to talking to self-motivated and responsible team players who are focused on contributing to the success of our clients. We offer a generous benefits package and compensation commensurate with your experience and skillset.

General Description:
The MROi transformation effort will create an integrated capability for planning, scheduling, and executing AF organic depot maintenance to support agile planning, optimized workload assignment, and resource allocation. Integration of these maintenance support capabilities will be applied at the AFSC level, the ALC level, and down to the lowest level of individual repair items within repair/maintenance shops. MROi will standardize and consolidate legacy system driven processes, support a more efficient workforce, and improve depot operations. The successful candidate will provide enterprise architecture and Information Support Plan support to the MROi program office, including producing or updating Enterprise Architecture (EA) artifacts or related documentation for interoperability testing.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Produce or update Enterprise Architecture (EA) artifacts or related documentation for interoperability testing, considering mandates such as Organizational Execution Plan (OEP) submission, Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter (NR-KPP) certification, Clinger- Cohen Act (CCA) compliance, and Information Support Plan (ISP) submission and approval.
  • Perform modeling and simulation to support process working groups, perform analysis of current practices and interoperability mechanisms, analyze the potential application of Service Oriented Architecture principles and the Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter, and identify improvements in performance parameters.
  • Develop and deliver architectural artifacts representing the system design and solutions particular to System Requirements Reviews, Preliminary and Critical Design Reviews, builds and releases (Software Version Descriptions).
  • Review PMO-produced programmatic documents against DoDI 5000.2/DoDI 5000.75 requirements and guidance for content and quality.
  • Prepare for and lead workshops by developing an agenda, identifying participants, and facilitating the discussion.
  • Maintain configuration control of MROi architecture products in the AFLCM/HIA or ABE repository and make the products available to MROi program office personnel, MROi developer personnel, and other stakeholders for online access.

Specialized Knowledge:

  • Knowledge of and experience with MROi, as well as the ability to communicate with domain SMEs on relevant planning and execution topics on service and joint levels.
  • Thorough understanding of current DoDAF guidance, AFLCMC/HI conventions and standards, and quality characteristics such as internal consistency, clarity, and completeness.
  • In-depth knowledge of System Architect modeling and simulation software and enterprise architecture tools and techniques.


Bachelor’s Degree in a technical or related field. (Relevant DoD or technical experience may be substituted in lieu of degree requirement)

Professional Certifications:

System Architect and/or architecture certification preferred


Either currently hold or ability to acquire a U.S. Security Clearance.


At least 3 years’ experience with developing architecture artifacts using DoDAF standards and at least 1-year experience with System Architect.

Citizenship Requirements:

Must be a U.S. Citizen

Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent oral and written communication in English.
  • Must be able to work in a team environment with members that include personnel from other companies, Government program management and administrative personnel, and technical staff members.
  • This position may require travel of up to one week per month.

Working conditions:

Onsite at WPAFB, Ohio.

Client duty hours Monday through Friday.

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