This position is located in the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard, Research and Development Center, New London, CTLearn more about this agency
You will serve as a project team member of the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, and Intelligence (C5I) branch of the Technical Division conducting analyses of various systems for potential application to the Coast Guard.
Being a Coast Guard civilian makes you a valuable member of the Coast Guard team.
Typical work assignments include:
- Assessing C5I Science and Technology (S&T) trends and innovations and staying aware of relevant developmental efforts, noting gaps in knowledge and technology for meeting operational requirements.
- Recognizing promising new C5I scientific and technological concepts and findings in their infancy and demonstrates and evaluates their feasibility and applicability to Coast Guard missions.
- Analyzing and establishing the probable value of new C5I technologies and identifying the most fruitful approaches for understanding costly and high risk developmental efforts.
- Providing expert analysis and evaluations to management that encompass programmatic milestones, schedules and execution required for effective management, operations and decision making in support of a project or program area.
- Translating and communicating complex C5I scientific and engineering concepts for a wide variety of senior officials, in order to evaluate and facilitate the implementation of operational solutions.
- Performing comprehensive operations research studies and technical review for substantive C5I program initiatives.
- Planning projects to solve C5I technical problems for which definitions, methods, and/or data are highly incomplete, controversial, or uncertain.
Occasional travel - May require 1-5 days of travel per month
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