CACI has an outstanding opportunity for a select (3D) Physical Modeler that wants to make a difference in the defense of the nation by applying their talents and experience in a fast-paced dynamic environment in support of US Special Operations Command. The opportunity is limited to those that have the operational and technical experience, and skills to effectively apply geospatial practices in support of real-world operations. You will be an integral part of a selective professional geospatial team that is directly part of the operational planning cycle to support mission success. This position is in support of a Department of Defense (DoD) organization located in Fayetteville, NC.
The Three-dimensional (3D) Physical Modeler will prepare geospatial models using (3D) modeling reports and products; utilize advanced AutoCAD techniques to tailor terrain products and revise planimetric and topographic features; use graphic skills to draw, scribe, digitize and scan cultural, topographic, and hydrographic, and/or other target features in digital formats; and perform digital data manipulation of imagery and topographic information by querying, viewing, evaluating, and downloading digital data. The Modeler will administer and perform user level maintenance on a variety of systems used in physical modeling to include Ojet Connex 500 multi-material precision prototyping systems, Dimension 1200es 3D printers and Epilog Legend laser cutter and engraving systems.
Specifically, the (3D) Physical Modeler will be responsible for geospatial model products derived from imagery and tactical intelligence in direct support of multiple DoD organizations that may be geographically dispersed. You will use your knowledge and intelligence acumen to provide physical models critical to operational decision makers. You will work the full spectrum of the problem set utilizing advanced geospatial capabilities and techniques to complete the mission. You will be challenged daily to expand your knowledge and understanding of operational application of geospatial practices with multiple disciplines.