Job ID: 194619
Location: DAHLGREN, VA, United States
Date Posted: Sep 9, 2019
Category: Engineering and Sciences
Subcategory: Sys Integration
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: Secret
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: None
Potential for Teleworking: No
SAIC requires software engineering support for Advanced Combat Systems Command and Control, specifically Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S). The successful candidate will support the development and integration of Command and Control software for, primarily CAC2S, and other UNS/USMC Command and Control programs, and also provide senior level Linux system administration support including extensive troubleshooting abilities.
The successful candidate will provide Advanced Command and Control software and systems engineering, and test and evaluation support to the CAC2S program at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren. This tasking will include the verification of requirements and assist in developing a disciplined software/systems engineering process to achieve a formal assessment of Command and Control systems, specifically the Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S). The successful candidate will be able to define and/or develop models and/or tools designed to further analyze capability issues and assist in the refinement of CAC2S assessment measures/metrics, and assist in the characterization of CAC2S capability through the development of software, and the review and analysis of data from test events including but not limited to, documentation review, requirements analysis, functional decomposition and allocation, functional and physical architecture review.
Software development and software engineering tasks for combat control and command and control projects (tactical and non-tactical code). This includes the development of software, component level and unit and integration tests, analysis tools and scripts, and software models or testbeds to conduct combat/command and control experiments. Develop, maintain, and follow the software development and configuration management processes defined by each combat control/command and control project.
Install and maintain combat/command systems and other related systems software at the Software Integration Lab (SIL) and at other land based test facilities and platforms as required/requested.
Provide software and system engineering and operational support to the NSWCDD Laboratory facilities. Provide the expertise to assist in the design, development, integration and testing of software solutions for the individual systems in the designated labs.
Assist with efforts to incorporate models and simulations into the laboratories and other sites, facilities, and platforms as required.
Additional tasking requirements include; preparing point papers, information status reports, technical reviews/reports and presentations; maintaining configuration information and planning/operational aids such as schedule or milestone charts (using various applications such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Microsoft Project, and in various forms such as hardcopy (black and white and color), viewgraphs and electronic formats; and attend Progress Reviews, Program Reviews and Joint Reviews or other meeting and reviews and record minutes and action items and distribute. The contractor shall establish and maintain a Quality Control Program for all products/data generated under this contract which will ensure quality and consistent products.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's Degree desired but not required. Greater than 4 years experience in the operations and maintenance, and software development/testing of CAC2S and/or other Marine Corps C2 systems.
Required Specific Skills:
Five (5)+ years’ experience in software engineering in the areas of Computer Program Development and Modeling and Simulation, and computer program integration and environment setup on a major program.
- Experience with surface C2/Combat Systems including design, performance, analysis, military applications, or operational experience.
- Experience with interfacing systems, such as sensor systems, track management systems, electronic warfare, self-defense systems, displays, weapon systems and tactical data links in order to assess overall system and capability performance.
- Ability to assess software complexity in quantitative terms and able to translate complexity to approximate development time and cost to maintain.
- Experience in assessing software changes for impacts relative to complexity, throughput and accuracy.
- Experience performing research, design, and development of computer software systems, in conjunction with hardware product development.
- Experience clarifying program intent, identifying problems, suggesting changes, and determining extent of programming and coding required.
- Experience in designing computer programs, considering factors such as: computer storage capacity and speed; extent of peripheral equipment; and intended use of output data.
- Experience creating and analyzing test runs on computer to correct or direct correction of coded program and input data.
- Experience revising and directing revision of existing programs to increase operating efficiency or adapt to new requirements.
- Experience compiling computer program development and subsequent revision documentation.
- Experience training subordinates in software design and program coding.
- Five (5) years’ experience in computer program integration and environment setup on a major program.
- Experience with Naval or Marine surface C2/Combat Systems, e.g., AEGIS and SSDS.
- Experience with all phases of software integration within an active software development environment.
- Experience with all types of software integration from source code to scripts to scenarios to test cases.
- Experience configuring/reconfiguring and integrating software and hardware environments on a deadline.
- Experience debugging within and across software environments and languages.
- Experience assisting with testing and field installation.
- Is 8570 Certified in accordance with Department of Defense Directive 8570 (DoDD 8570).
- Experience with the use of and operation of DoD approved scanning tools and in performing remediation to appropriate level vulnerabilities [e.g., 1, 2, 3, and 4].
- Experience with accrediting and complying with DoD Information Technology
Security Certification and Accreditation (DITSCAP) requirements.
Linux system administrator: The successful candidate must be experienced with virtualization as well as system deployment. In addition to standard system administration capabilities, the candidate must possess troubleshooting skills such as a system administrator on Linux systems.
Familiarity with scripting languages
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