SimTech is seeking a Java Software Engineer for the SAIC Team to support the Software Engineering Directorate (SED) in continuation of the Institutional Conduct of Fire Trainer (ICOFT) sustainment and development of the Radar Training Device (RTD). A Java Software Engineer is needed to support the ongoing effort to maintain the software.
The ICOFT provides realistic institutional training in all areas of the THAAD Enhanced Operator/Maintainer operations and maintenance tasks for the THAAD Fire Control and Communication (TFCC), Radar, and Launcher components. The ICOFT replicates the tactical system environment and supports training of the TFCC, Radar, and Launcher tactical software. Within the training environment, the ICOFT inserts faults and captures, records, grades, and plays back student input. There are four labs that comprise an ICOFT: TSOT Lab, TFCC PTT Lab, TLOTS Lab, and Radar Lab.
The RTD provides realistic training in THAAD Enhanced Operator/Maintainer operations, emplacement, and maintenance tasks for the THAAD Radar and includes an Antenna Equipment Unit (AEU), a Cooling Equipment Unit (CEU), and an Electronic Equipment Unit (EEU). The RTD replicates the THAAD Radar to the extent necessary to support the training of the THAAD Interactive Electronic Training Manual (IETM) instructions.
Minimum Required Skills
Proficient in Java and Spring framework. Proficient using Eclipse and NetBeans IDE. Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. Experience with software/hardware interfaces. Strong analytical and problem solving abilities. Must possess an active secret clearance.
BS degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or related Engineering field.
5-10 years Java experience.
Other Skills and Qualifications
(desired but not required)
Experience with messaging using TCP/IP. Experience using LINUX operating system.
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