POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision, performs a variety of specific professional non-complex engineering tasks of an analysis, design, or test nature. Participates on project teams as required and receives close guidance and instruction from more experienced engineers and/or supervisor when working in more complex areas. Engineering activities support both domestic and international products/services Analyzing GCCS-I3 requirements-Integrate and test GCCS-related software · Creating documentation including installation procedures, software versions descriptions, technical bulletins, and system administration manuals · Providing written technical and programmatic recommendations concerning the JDISS GCCS portfolio · Representing JDISS at GCCS-related Technical Exchange Meetings (TEMs) and Program Engineering Review Groups (PERGs) · Coordinating with GCCS developers, integrators, and testers Required Qualifications: · Active TS/SCI Clearance · Security + certification-BS in systems engineering, computer science, or an information technology discipline from an accredited university. · Operational experience may substitute for the degree · Possess a background in Solaris Unix, preferably with the Global Command and Control System · Familiarity with Agile Client and the Joint Command and Control Common User Interface (JC2CUI) · Ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing, to audiences at different levels of experience/knowledge and seniority · Excellent problem solving skills-Ability to work independently in a demanding and high tempo environment · Well-developed organizational and time management skills Desired Qualifications: · Five years-experience within the command and control (C2) and/or intelligence field · Understanding of GCCS and especially GCCS-I3 and related applications · Understanding of Linux-Understanding of Windows client and server software EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Typically requires bachelor‘s degree or equivalent and two to four years of related experience. . PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.