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Engility is seeking innovative programmers for its Research & Development activities in support of FAA Human Factors and Air Traffic Control Systems. This exciting position will help guide the way that the nation flies for decades into the future. Involves programming in Java, C and applications related to prototyping and simulation. We need imaginative programmers who can prototype, research, and develop our world class Air Traffic Control simulator. Candidate must have good verbal and written communication skills, work well in a group and with individual assignments. Full-time positions are in support of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) at the FAA Technical Center.
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Mathematics
- Strong object oriented development experience in Java or C
- Thorough understanding of data structures and algorithms
- Must be a US citizen and eligible to obtain and maintain a Public Trust clearance
- Familiarity with programming in a Linux environment
- Prototype development
- Simulation applications (e.g., ODS Toolbox etc.)
- Data analysis involving use of analysis tools (e.g., Matlab, custom software)
- Knowledge and experience with aviation systems.
- Human Factors experience and CHI development
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