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Computer Operator III

Position : Computer Operator III
Location : Edwards AFB, CA
ASRC Federal InuTeq provides information security, enterprise architecture, software development and health IT solutions to federal government customers. Our employees embrace innovation and are committed to a culture of continuous, standards-driven process improvement and assimilation of industry best practices.
We are currently looking for a Computer Operator III . This role is responsible for pre-mission buildup, operations and post flight processing of data collected by the Telemetry and Radar Acquisition Processing System (TRAPS) in support of the WATR Integrated Next Generation (WINGS) telemetry processing system.
This role is located at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center on Edwards Air Force Base, near Palmdale/Lancaster, CA. As a part of this team, you will be required to work a 9/80 schedule with typical hours of 7:30am-5:00pm. This role is temporary with a possibility of becoming permanent following 6 months from date of hire.
+ Supporting telemetry and data processing system operations as required
+ Implementing, testing and documenting customer requirements using the Interactive Analysis and Display System (IADS) software and other in-house specialized software
+ Configuring a real-time system using a checklist to ensure it is ready to receive and process data and monitoring the system during data collection
+ Responds to customer support requests and performs regular maintenance tasks
+ Effectively use word processing and spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel
+ Perform preventive/corrective maintenance on Information Systems (IT); assist usually under the direction of higher level personnel
+ Maintain procedures, records, logs, mission/system databases, and adhere to the configuration control processes
+ Assist in the development and checkout of applications software and acceptance testing of new system releases.
+ Develop, test, validate, and verify application software to meet specific project configuration requirement, set-up, and/or compilation of processing and display software systems requirements
+ Perform beta testing on new software or versions of old software
+ Schedule, test, validate and verify new Mission Builds as well as MCC workstation software releases
+ Maintain, and provide to NASA upon request, documentation on all projects and systems supported to include a complete audit trail for every change made to the application or system software
_ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law._
+ High School Diploma or High School Equivalency
+ Completion of formal training in an accredited commercial or military electronics school or at least 6 months of related work experience
+ Valid state driver's license and ability to obtain / maintain USAF flightline driver's license
+ Strong technical research ability
+ Beginner to advanced knowledge of at least some of the following: information technology, data communications, cable fabrication, data processing systems configuration, operation, installation, fault isolation, repair, and modification
+ Must be a US Citizen with ability to obtain and maintain a government clearance if position becomes permanent
Desired Skills
+ A+, Network+ or other technical certifications, any CISCO or network, ANSI/TIA/EIA-606-A cabling, fiber optic termination and precision soldering certifications
+ In depth knowledge of: Real-time and post-flight data processing and display systems, front end parameter processing configurations, parameter flat files, and derived and concatenated data calculations
+ Experience with some of the following; Research display development, test equipment use / application, programming, computer / network hardware, software applications, operating system configuration (Windows and Linux)

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