Fort Wayne, Indiana
Only USC can apply who are eligible to obtain security clearance.
Design and implement customer enhancements to an existing software plug-in dll written in C#/.NET called Post Mission Analysis Tool (PMAT).
This software package implements a client editor plug-in for a GIS software suite called FalconView (https://www.gtri.gatech.edu/initiatives/falconview). Candidates must be able to understand existing software requirements that describe new functionality for PMAT, analyze the existing code, then design, implement, and test C# software solutions to meet those requirements.
Responsible for research, design, and development of computer software systems, in conjunction with hardware product development. Primarily responsible for the design and development of software products for a variety software applications. Participates in all phases of the software development life cycle, including requirements analysis, design, implementation, integration, and test of software products. Applies computer science, engineering, and mathematical analysis concepts and principles in the development of software for the target application. Works closely with cross functional members of the engineering organization to develop and evaluate interfaces between hardware and software, and operational performance requirements and design of the overall system. Develops software test procedures, software programs, and related documentation. Contributes to determining, estimating, and validating the cost and scope of software efforts to ensure software performed meets program cost, schedule, and technical constraints.
Experienced professional with proficient knowledge of job area and practical knowledge of project management. May manage projects or processes with general supervision. Communicates with contacts inside and outside of own department to explain and interpret operational processes, practices, and procedures. Recommends enhancements to systems and processes. Works to achieve operational targets for specific programs and projects with moderate impact on departmental results.