SAIC has multiple contingent openings for a RA/RE Capability Developer to provide JCIDS research and writing support to current, new start and Army directed products and initiatives. Legacy and current programs are defined as projects with approved JCIDs capability documents that are generally between Milestone A and post Milestone C in the DAS. New start and directed initiatives are defined as projects without approved JCIDS requirements, generally pre Milestone A in the DAS or being procured in innovation rapid acquisition techniques. These requirements may include but are not limited to Exoskeleton, Bionic Boot, Leader Follower, Automated Convoy Operations, and the Warrior Suit at the United States Army – Robotics Requirements Directorate at Fort Benning, GA.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: A BS degree from an accredited institution in electrical or mechanical engineering, robotics, business management, project management, information systems, or computer science or a BS degree in Computer Science, Cognitive Science, or Mathematics. In addition to educational requirement, a minimum of 2 years of experience with R&D of specialized robotics programs.
All candidates’ resumes must depict having comprehensive knowledge, expertise, and related experience to perform tasks related to:
- General working knowledge of various types of human engineering and performance technology (wearable devices that work in tandem with user). Additional knowledge in the area of power, amplifiers, rigid materials, sensors, actuators and/or powered armor.
- General working knowledge of various areas dealing with robotic platforms such as artificial intelligence, interoperability, network security, machine learning and collaboration.
- Provide information to the Robotics Enhancement Program (REP) and its testing process, as it pertains to UGV/UGS solutions for dismounted forces.
- A general working knowledge of various military, government, and civilian robotic technologies and programs
- General working knowledge of various analytical areas of expertise in Artificial Intelligence (machine/reinforcement learning, statistics, analytics, etc.), network security, machine learning and collaboration.
- General working knowledge of AI technologies used to support Joint Capability Technology Demonstrations (JTCD) and for incorporation into the dismounted maneuver force.
- May be required to travel and participate in the following events as needed, in support of RDD: Integrated Product Teams (IPTs), Preliminary and Critical Design Reviews (PDRs and CDRs), prototype development, technical demonstrations, training courses, and testing and evaluation events.
- Possess the ability to effectively communicate ideas in writing and orally articulate thoughts to support the development of DOTMLPF products.
- Must possess a Secret Clearance.
- Must be a US Citizen
- Have demonstrated skill operating a computer to input, retrieve, develop, and manipulate a variety of data and possess working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Office tools to perform said tasks.
- Personnel will have experience with U.S. Army protocols, Army writing style, and how such protocols relate to writing memorandums, information papers, white papers, and briefings.
- Familiarity with TRADOC Pam 525-series; CJSCI 3170.01; TRADOC Reg 71-20
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