CACI International is providing engineering support to the Air Force 309th Electronics Maintenance Group’s automated testing system under the Automated Test System Sustainment Initiative (ATSSI). Under the ATSSI program, CACI provides services that include integrating, upgrading, and consolidating computer-based analytical software tools, database repositories, test fixtures, test program sets, and associated network communications for the Air Force's fleet of aircraft.
What You'll Get to Do:
System software and Test Program Set (TPS) development efforts consisting of two-three development teams.
Provide input to PM in tracking and monitor complex software development efforts with regards to project schedule and cost.
Design TPS hardware required to interface the unit under test to the ATE.
Integrate and troubleshoot TPS software and hardware.
Provide training and support to less experienced software and hardware engineers.
Develop TPS requirements, design and test documents.
Prepare and deliver customer presentations on complex development software items.
Work as a part of an integrated product team to develop and deliver software as a part of a system solution.
You'll Bring These Qualifications:
Requires a Bachelor's degree or higher in a technical field, preferably Electrical or Computer Engineering
Candidates should possess a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience (internships included)
Software development using ANSI-C, C++, or equivalent
Software development using National Instruments tools
Experience using and programming various T&M instrumentation
Ability to analyze test requirements documents and legacy software for the purpose of providing labor estimates for price quoting.
TPS development using NI PXI instrumentation (DMM, Scope, Relays, Matrix, DAQ, DC modules, etc.)
Use of CAD tools such as AutoCAD or SOLIDWORKS.
Knowledge and use of ISO 9001, AS9100 or CMMI quality process standards
These Qualifications Are Nice to Have:
Familiarity with applicable standards (MIL-PRF 28800 and MIL-PRF 32070)
Familiar with hardware design using components in the 0-20Mhz frequency span. (Discrete ICs, electromechanical devices such as synchros & amplifiers, 1553, RS-232, and ARINC 422 communication protocols)