Posted 1 month ago

Location:  Charleston, SC

Work Status: Full-time

Clearance: Secret

Requisition: CU-QCSIV-001


  • Conduct a review of test beds to ensure they are configured properly, and communicate any discrepancies.
  • Ensure patches for fielded PEO C4I sponsored Systems/Software work as designed.
  • Document in the configuration management tool any verified issues, discrepancies encountered, or steps followed outside the established test plan.
  • Update the data file libraries for test cases provided by the SME
  • Document any intermittent issues in government Tracker (or other government approved repository) when issues are encountered during testing.
  • Assist in configuring the test bed and troubleshooting issues encountered during testing, documenting all changes to the test bed in the test report.
  • Assist with testing documentation and generate Quality Assurance test procedures for current and new software builds, and patches.
  • Assist with First Article Test Audits and utilize automation-testing tools to analyze the network throughput, thresholds, maximum concurrent users, and system performance.
  • Ensures the product/service and process meet quality and safety standards.


  • Ten years of professional experience solving technical problems (e.g., Navy Computing Systems, MSCE/MCSA, SCCM, Windows PowerShell Script Development and experienced with virtualized systems deployment and administration.)
  • Experience in one or more of the following: Integrated Shipboard Network Systems (ISNS), Information Technology for the 21st Century (IT21), SCI networks, Submarine Local Area Networks (SubLAN), Global Command and Control System-Maritime (GCCS-M) with Windows Server based domains, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008/2016, Windows 10, Windows Domains, Active Directory, Group Policy.)
  • Trained in the skills and techniques related to engineering and/or software design/maintenance.
  • Possess a practical understanding of engineering concepts.
  • Experience includes testing equipment to make sure the process operates effectively and safely.
  • Ability to interpret plans and drawings and contribute to the design and fabrication of test specimens.
  • Ability to prepare shop drawings for model construction
  • Experience using Computer Aided Design software.
  • Understands material specifications and fabrication methods.
  • Experience with Common Access Cards (CAC) to include: ActivClient, 90Meter SCM90, Axway Tumbleweed Desktop Validator, CAC Cards (Smartcards), CAC middleware, CAC readers, CAC Login, Trusted Root Certification Authority, signed email, encrypted email, trusted websites.


High School diploma/GED, related military experience, or trade/industrial school graduate.

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