The Air National Guard Programs Division (ANDPD) is predominantly focused on delivering combat capability to the Air National Guard through sponsor-focused systems upgrades, testing, and training programs. ANGPD provides sponsors with programmatic and technological solutions in a variety of areas including program management, system engineering, operations, acquisitions, test & evaluation (T&E), tactics, training, and research.
- Perform software development, debugging, modification, enhancement, and documentation
- Design, test, and develop computer software in order to meet program requirements
- Develop and maintain kernel and user-level software and scripts
- Contribute to research reports, presentations, white papers, and competitive proposals
- Create and analyze network protocols
- Plan, provision, execute, analyze, and report on a variety of test programs from bench level to on-aircraft open-air range testing
- Develop and use software tools to support formatting and visualizing flight test data to answer system performance and operational measures
- Provide subject matter expertise on Electronic Warfare (EW) data analysis, and reporting in support of flight test planning and execution
- Support flight test engineers in the development of flight scenarios in order to efficiently and effectively collect data necessary to determine system performance under test and operation
- Interpret flight test plans as well as user requirements, and translate testing requirements into a comprehensive data analysis plan
- Integrate software capability into Open Systems Architectures in Air Reserve Component (ARC) Aircraft
- Support data efforts with expertise to crowd sourced flight test and other data modernization efforts
Required Minimum Qualifications
- Experience in the development of Python scripts, MATLAB, or other related mathematical based programming platforms
- Experience in the development and publication of technical reports, data packages, and test plans
- Familiarity with telemetry, flight test data, and post-test data analysis
- Experience in one or more of the following: flight test data analysis, software development, flight test planning, design of experiments, radar, avionics systems
- Active Secret Clearance ( within last 2 years)
- Experience in one or more of the following: test and evaluation of aerospace systems, sensor integration, signal processing, EO/IR sensors, RF threat systems
- Experience with 4th and 5th generation fighter mission systems and tactical employment considerations
- Aircraft flight test control and conduct experience
- Electronic Warfare (EW) experience to include a working knowledge of Western Test Ranges,
numerical modeling, statistical computing, and scripting skills/experience
10% - 25% travel
Education and Length of Experience
Levels 2, 3
This position vacancy is an open-rank announcement. The final job offer will be dependent on candidate qualifications in alignment with Research Faculty Extension Professional ranks as outlined in section 3.2.1 of the Georgia Tech Faculty Handbook
- 2 years of related experience with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering, or related field
- 0 years of related experience with a Masters’ degree in Computer Science, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering, or related field
U.S. Citizenship Requirements
Due to our research contracts with the U.S. federal government, candidates for this position must be U.S. Citizens.
Clearance Type Required
Candidates must be able to obtain and maintain an active security clearance.
Benefits at GTRI
Comprehensive information on currently offered GTRI benefits, including Health & Welfare, Retirement Plans, Tuition Reimbursement, Time Off, and Professional Development, can be found through this link: https://hr.gatech.edu/benefits
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