Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, LLC.


    Job Location US-DC-Natl' Capital Region
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4 weeks ago)
  • Overview

    ACT I has been providing solutions for high profile military programs such as the U.S. Navy's and the U.S. Air Force's Joint Strike Fighter F-35, the U.S. Navy's F-18, EA-18G and F-16N Aggressor, and the U.S. Air Force's F-22 Raptor since 1998.


    We are a Small Business DoD Prime Contractor on Joint Strike Fighter Program Office's (JPO) F-35 Lightning II Program and a Tier-One Sub-Contractor on this effort.


    Our team is aggressively seeking candidates to provide the JPO direct support on an Engineering Knowledge Base Systems (KBS) Task Order.


    The main effort of work is located within the Washington District of Columbia (DC)/National Capital Region (NCR).


    Resumes will be reviewed immediately and candidates meeting the requirements will be contacted for further consideration and preliminary interviews


    Provide Engineering, Technical, and Analytical Support To Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) and Functional Teams - Provide Mission System Support, it is required that the contractor possesses the following qualifications


     B.S. Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or Software Engineering

     At least 6 years of experience in computer science/software engineering

     Demonstrated experience with the integration of on-board sensors

     Understanding with development and maturation techniques for algorithms and a functional understanding of data links

     Demonstrated knowledge of weapon functionality and interface

     Demonstrated knowledge of embedded operation software

     Demonstrated experience in or understanding of Object Oriented design and analysis using UML

     Training in and experience using EVMS (Earned Value Management System)
     SECRET Clearance with eligibility for SAR


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