PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITY;
The Operational Based Vision Assessment (OBVA) Lab Software Developer serves as an integral team member. Provides application software development services or technical support, typically for a defined project. Develops program logic for new applications, modify, and analyze existing application logic. Codes, tests, debugs, documents, implements and maintains software applications. Under general supervision, solves complex problems requiring detailed knowledge of field and industry best practices. Uses experience and problem solving skills to develop and improve processes. Provides engineering support for operations of the OBVA laboratory and any satellite data collection sites. Interacts with a small team of software engineers and uses Agile project management to meet Government software development requirements for lab research projects involving prototype user interfaces and virtual environments. Manages aspects of the OBVA lab's Automated Vision Test system design, development, deployment, and sustainment, the latter including data collection and aggregation from deployed systems within the lab and with U.S. and international collaboration partners. Performs or coordinates all engineering maintenance and support for laboratory equipment and simulations.
EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION:
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or related technical field required, Master's Degree preferred. 2+ years applicable software design engineering experience.
REQUIRED SKILLS & TRAINING:
Strong visualization skills with the ability to clearly communicate, in writing and orally.
Highly refined analytical, problem-solving, task management, and organizational skills.
Understand Agile project management principles and their application in software development.
Ability to work collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team environment among functional peers to support deadlines.
Proficient with Microsoft Office (especially PowerPoint, Excel, and Project) required.
Proficient with Matlab and Simulink, C/C++, Python, C#, and VB.NET.
Must be able to attain a Secret Clearance once converted
Experience with flight simulation devices / virtual environments highly desired.
Experience with the fundamentals of optics
Experience implementing code using equations and concepts from mathematical statistics to include psychometric equations, sampling methods, and randomization methods
Is Driving Required?
Export Control Technology:
Full Time / Part Time?
Street Address of Work Location
2215 1st Street Area B, Building #33, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433
US Security Clearance Required?
FAA screening required?
DOD clearance required?
DOE clearance required?
SCA Eligible Position?
Will worker be permitted to submit expenses?
Special Requirements/ Certifications:
Candidates must be a U.S. Citizen - - -
Nesco Resource is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristics with respect to employment opportunities.
C++ (Programming Language)
C (Programming Language)
C Sharp (Programming Language)