As a Recent Graduate Computer Engineer in the Acquisition Rapid Response Office (ARRO) of the Technology Acquisition Center (TAC) you will be provided with a unique learning opportunity which will enable you to add to the knowledge that you gained from your college education by performing a variety of developmental duties in support of the overall work of the TAC.
Gathers and reviews a variety of narrative and/or statistical data to prepare reports.
Conducts analyses of date to support conclusions or recommendations for action.
Reviews engineering regulations or policies applicable to assignments to determine impact.
Works closely with higher graded engineers on determining customer requirements for IT systems, services, software or hardware.
This position is developmental in nature, leading to the target grade of GS-12.
GS-12 duties include:
Conducts analysis for optimum approaches to meet the user requirements for IT
equipment, systems, hardware, software and services for assigned programs/projects.
Analyzes engineering change proposals, deviations and waivers as to their necessity, feasibility and adequacy for meeting schedules.
Serves as a technical advisor and focal point for assigned contracts/programs involving mission critical computer engineering information technology resources.
Reviews and evaluates the contractors systems, policies, procedures, activities and products used in the development process.
This job opportunity announcement may be
used to fill additional vacancies.
EXPENSES AND/OR INCENTIVES ARE NOT AUTHORIZED***
Basic Qualifications Requirements:
1. To meet the
Program requirements, you must have obtained a qualifying Associates,
Bachelor's, Master's, Professional, Doctorate, Vocational or Technical degree
or certificate from a qualifying educational institution, within the previous 2
2. INDIVIDUAL OCCUPATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
FOR ALL PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING POSITIONS. You must meet either A or B
A. Degree: Have a Bachelor's degree in Professional Engineering from an Accreditation
Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accredited school and/or the
curriculum included Differential and Integral Calculus and courses (beyond
first-year Physics and Chemistry) in five of the following seven areas of
Engineering Science or Physics; (a) Statics, Dynamics; (b) Strength of
Materials (stress-strain relationships); (c) Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics; (d)
Thermodynamics; (e) Electrical Fields and Circuits; (f) Nature and Properties
of Materials (relating particle and aggregate structure to properties); and (g)
any other comparable area of Fundamental Engineering Science or Physics, such
as Optics, Heat Transfer, Soil Mechanics, or Electronics.
B. Education/Experience: Have a combination of education and experience--college level education,
training, and/or technical experience that furnished (1) a thorough knowledge
of the physical and mathematical sciences underlying professional Engineering,
and (2) a good understanding, both theoretical and practical, of the
Engineering sciences, and techniques and their applications to one of the
branches of Engineering. The adequacy of such background must be demonstrated
by one of the following: