The Objective Simulation Framework (OSF) is a Missile Defense Agency (MDA) development that integrates Hardware-In-The-Loop (HWIL) and digital representations from each of the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) program elements into a system that accurately represents the performance of fielded BMDS equipment against a variety of threats in realistic environments.
The Objective Simulation Framework (OSF) Test and Evaluation (T&E) team is responsible for testing and evaluating the OSF software to ensure the OSF performs correctly for its intended use. The T&E team executes the OSF Test Plan, and performs Product Integration Testing, System Integration Testing, and Formal Qualification Testing. The T&E team also develops software test procedures based on software requirements and technical specifications and generates comprehensive test reports of test-findings and results.
EnVention, LLC, is currently accepting applications for the position of OSF Software Test Engineer. The responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:
•reviewing software requirements
•preparing/reviewing test cases
•preparing/reviewing test procedures
•conducting software test and data analysis
•evaluating test results
•reporting software defects, and generating test reports
BS Degree in Engineering or Computer Science with 10 plus years of software test experience at the unit, integration, and system test levels.
Comprehensive experience performing analysis, design, and test.
Experience with developing Test Plans, Test Procedures, and Test Reports.
Active DoD security clearance.
Ability to quickly ascertain expected software functionality and utilize this knowledge to develop a comprehensive testing approach.
Excellent troubleshooting and critical thinking skills with an ability to independently analyze configurations and system behaviors via output data and/or review of applicable software source code.
Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced testing environment, while working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders.
Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to clearly describe issues to both the software development team and technical leadership.
Ability to complete tasks on time and in compliance with AS9100 and CMMI level processes/procedures.
Experience with Linux/Unix is desirable.
Experience with software development (JAVA, C, and C++) and familiarity with the application standardized message sets used in the BMDS community is desirable, but not required.