The incumbent will be responsible for functioning as a senior data scientist/engineer and functional lead for a team involved in the strategic planning, requirements refining, research, design, architecting, technology roadmap development, software development, integration, testing and transitioning of very complex systems, capabilities and technologies in the Joint Training Synthetic Environment (JTSE) to support Joint Training and Force Development.Learn more about this agency
As a Interdisciplinary-General & Computer Engineer/Physical & Computer Scientist at the GS-0801/0854/1301/1550-14 some of your typical work assignments may include:
- Creates and maintains a Joint Training Data Strategy that addresses a new approach for incorporating existing authoritative operational force and geospatial data as the foundation for JTSE data in order to provide the most up to date and accurate data to support realistic and effective Joint force development and Joint training.
- Applies professional level knowledge in software development methodology, data standards and architectures, and data requirements that span the collection, storage, processing, provisioning and governance of data to support the development, integration and transitioning of tools that will support and improve the entire Joint Event Lifecycle (JELC) process from design, planning, execution and after action reviews.
- As a senior scientist/engineer, is responsible for guiding, providing technical consultation, and ensuring compliance of the JTSE with DoD data policies and mandates, data standards listed in the DoD Information Technology Standards and Profile Registry (DISR), Industry standard open formats, and implementation of those standards following industry standard best practices.
25% or less - You will be expected to travel for this position on military or commercial aircraft.
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