As a Computer Engineer, you will: Serve as a recognized authority in the field, and advise and consult on a national level. Direct, manage, and conduct special studies and analyses of marked importance that significantly impact the computer engineering field and lead to major modifications or important extensions of current practices, and resolve key problems facing the organization or agency.
Initiates system study efforts, defines areas of study, monitors study and review approaches, and evaluates study results for conclusions affecting overall systems.
Develops and provides technical engineering, managerial, procedural, and policy guidance. Consults and maintains close working relationships with communications and information systems personnel. Presents technical position on communications and information systems at meetings and conferences. Provides briefings at the Chief Information Officer level as required. Provides training to communications and information systems personnel in areas of subject matter expertise.
Directs a program or major program segments with significant resources (e.g., one at a multimillion dollar level of annual resources). Serves as expert consultant in the planning, monitoring, and administration of projects of national or international significance, characterized by constantly, and sometimes greatly changing physical environment, critical problems, or other similar variables and unknowns.
As an engineering expert, authors technical documents that guide personnel on the capability planning, acquisition, operation, and life cycle support of communications and integrated information systems or processes.
Analyzes and considers subordinate or peer technical review of professional studies, research, and analysis.
Provides expert analysis and advice on agency-wide programs or issues of national impact. Applies advanced techniques to interpret and evaluate findings resulting from analysis.
Develops and writes comprehensive resolution recommendations. Formally presents findings before large and diverse audiences, such as Federal, state, and local government representatives, special interest groups, the community, the media, etc.