We are currently seeking a candidate to support NGC2P testing and the development of test plans, procedures, cases and post test analysis reports, as required. Independently develops complex and system level test cases, test procedure and test scripts.
This position directly supports the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific, Next Generation Command and Control Processor (NGC2P) Development Test Program.
Essential Functions/Job Duties:
Supports the development of Test Plans. This includes identifying test objectives, determining methods of evaluation.
Independently able to decompose test requirements from various TDL systems and interface specifications to test specific capabilities of a system. This includes ECP, ICPs and Trouble Report fixes.
Independently develops complex and system level test cases, test procedure and test scripts.
Utilizes test management database for test cases and traceability to test requirements. In addition to generating mapping from Test Plan, to Test Design to Test Script to Test Case to Requirement.
Supports in the generation of test strategy of each test event.
Independently generates complex test scripts within TDL systems (i.e. MLST3, RSCP, STG, LHS, ADSI, etc.) to support execution of test procedures.
Exercises advanced working knowledge of specifications and requirement documentation during test development. Requires an advanced understanding and workable knowledge of the contents within each TDL document.
Independently supports in the planning and development approach of new systems, new capabilities and functionality of the system. This includes grasping new technical concepts and capabilities to support development of test approach.
Independently generates test architectures required to support the objective of the test. This includes identifying the systems, support systems, and Link Communication Equipment required meeting the objective.
Independently establishes the systems and support systems to address various required test architectures. Supports in making unscheduled modifications to systems configuration and test architectures, as required.
Independently trouble shoots advance testing issues and applies standard trouble shooting techniques to identify the issue.
Exercises advanced working knowledge of the various test systems and support systems to execute steps needed for the test case/procedures. This includes systems such as CDLMS, AEGIS, LMMT, DLTT
Written and Verbal Communications: Demonstrates excellent clear and concise written and verbal communication skills. Generates required reports which include test status, defect, and final test reports in a clear and concise manner and report on the results of an executed event using technical writing techniques.
Skills / Qualifications:
Requires 6 years of relevant experience with Tactical Data Links, Naval Combat Systems, Test and Evaluation, Tactical Data Links (Link 16, JREAP, Link 11, Satellite TDL J, Link 22) and LMMT (Link Monitoring and Management System)
Advanced knowledge of the test laboratories (Lab 360 or Lab120) infrastructure and the system and support systems required of various test architecture to effectively apply to scope of test program.
In depth understanding of the capabilities and limitations of the equipment/systems and sub-systems used for testing. Able to suggest and implement alternatives systems or support systems for the test architecture to support the test objective, as needed.
General understanding of the capabilities and limitation of the tools used for TDL analysis.
Advanced knowledge of the system requirement documents to support development, execution and analysis phase of the program. This includes, but is not limited to the SRS, SSS, ICD, IDS, MIL-STD, PPS, etc.
Advanced knowledge of common TDL terminology within the scope of the program. This includes accurately utilizing terminology while communicating verbally or written advance technical concepts.
In depth knowledge of TDL message flow within the systems and test architecture.
Customer Interface Activities: Suitable inter-personnel and customer service skills required to interface with corporate customers. Ability to effectively communicate with the Customer, Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific's staff, and peer contractor personnel.
Project Management / Staff Supervision Tasks: Demonstrates the ability to understand tasks required of the position and stays focused on the assigned task while working independently. This includes the ability to manage and prioritize his/her daily activities and communications.
Work Schedule: Regular attendance to be performed on company premises or US government facilities during regular business hours. The ability to work non-standard work hours and schedules in support of project requirements.
Travel: Potential domestic travel 10% of the time by automobile, air, etc… Possibility of occasional international travel.
Minimum Education Requirements: A Bachelor's degree in a relevant technical discipline ((i.e. Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, CS, Physics) is desired
U.S. Citizenship is required
Candidates must have an active clearance OR the ability to obtain a US Government security clearance, and will be subject to a US security background investigation (i.e. favorable background investigation / credit score). Additional eligibility requirements for access to various levels of classified information may also be required. An active security clearance is highly desirable.
Tactical Engineering & Analysis, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Minority/Female/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer