CACI is seeking a full time software developer in the Virtual Combat Laboratory (VCL) at Wright Patterson AFB in Ohio Spectrum Warfare Assessment Technology (SWAT) Program Overview U.S. Air Force researchers are creating a simulated spectrum warfare battlefield designed to try out new electronic warfare (EW) systems to help U.S. military forces control the electromagnetic spectrum in future conflicts. Spectrum warfare describes the U.S. military's efforts to control radio communications, radar, electro-optical sensors, GPS satellite navigation, precision timing, data networking, and other facets of the electromagnetic spectrum, as well as deny these abilities to the enemy. Spectrum warfare blends electronic warfare, optical warfare, cyber warfare, and other aspects of controlling the ability to sense the environment, communicate, navigate, and keep weapons on target. The SWAT program will last through October 2022. Duties and Responsibilities: The software developer will assists in the execution of modeling and simulation demonstrations and perform output analysis and document the results. Duties include model modification and able to automatically pass data. Will create the data inputs to the models and write code, if necessary, to make them compatible. Debug software when required. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a technical field, or equivalent experience, and a minimum of two or more years of related experience. Knowledge and experience in programming in one or more of the following: Fortran, C, C++, Java, Windows, Linux. Must possess an active Secret clearance or higher, and be clearable to Top Secret/SCI. Desired Qualifications: Modeling and Simulation experience like knowledge on how to run Suppressor, EADSIM, or similar military models. Knowledge of networking technology. Experience with OPNET modeling a plus.
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