Oasis Systems

  • Software Test Engineer (UC2)

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(3/30/2018 1:37 PM)
    Requisition Number
    2018-7219
  • Overview

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Provide Software Test Engineering and Management support to the Unit Command and Control (UC2) program office, which is within the Battle Management Directorate (AFLCMC/HB) at Hanscom AFB, MA. 

     

    Qualifications

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree and 5 years in DoD or Air Force acquisition and Systems Engineering processes.
    • Working knowledge of a test cloud environment is required.
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication (oral and writing) skills. 
    • Experience in using critical thinking to prepare written reports and presentations for senior-level officials. 
    • Candidate must obtain and maintain the proper personnel clearance for this position.

    Responsibilities

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Provide software test advice on testing virtual machines and Service Oriented Architectire (SOA) infrastructure with the latest automated software test tools in a distributed test cloud environment.
    • Maintain comprehensive understanding of all integration and test activities of the development and integration contractors, and ensure the actions supporting test and evaluation (T&E) are coordinated at technical reviews and planning meetings.
    • Ensure test plans sufficiently verify that system requirements have been met and comply with US Air Force guidance.
    • Review program documentation, participate in (and sometimes lead) test meetings.
    • Serve as primary interface between development, integration, and sustainment contractors, and Government test organizations.
    • Assist in analyzing project technical baselines, monitor contractor technical performance, and provide guidance to the Government.
    • Perform as a technical point of contact and test lead for various projects assigned by the government.

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