In this role, the selected candidate will
develop large scale simulation programs such as 3 and 6 degree of freedom missile trajectory simulation models in the areas of Synthetic Guidance (SG), All-Up-Round (AUR) Modernization and Anti-Surface Warfare (ASUW) Maritime efforts.
In this role, you will be responsible for experience with automated testing frameworks and continuous integration systems. Extensive CSS & HTML understanding with a focus on clutter-free, semantic code, running with low overhead.
The candidate need to be knowledgable of ship missions, sensor and weapon system performance specifications and requirements; provide guidance to installation activities for successful ship installation/integration; develop solutions to technical issues, review change proposals and waiver requests.
In this role, the selected candidate performs the activities involved with the requirements gathering, software design and development, documenting, interfacing, integration, testing, maintenance, and modification of complex software applications.
The purpose of the role is to optimize the operation and reliability of automation and control systems by driving standardization and implementation of best practices, identifying and realizing process technology improvements, and improving operational knowledge.
In this role, you will be responsible for expert working knowledge (including the ability to setup, configure, upgrade, manage, and troubleshoot) Cisco routers; switches; enterprise VPN solutions; Juniper SRX firewalls.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for developing computer programs for scientific applications, including software design, coding, testing and debugging applications which are large enough to require coordination between multiple developers, and developing software modules in a structured environment where documentation, guidelines/standards, software audits, peer reviews, and other structured techniques are employed to enhance overall software quality.
The selected will investigate, analyze, evaluate, test, document and develop solutions to Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) problems among combat systems, communications systems, radar systems, electronic warfare systems, navigation systems and satellite systems.