Computer Scientists develop, test, evaluate, and operate software systems used in: aircraft, missile, and ground support systems including (but not limited to): computer systems, sensors, radar, satellites, flight systems, communication systems, navigation systems, simulators, targeting systems, data acquisition systems, displays, diagnostic systems, and automated logistics systems
Computer scientists analyze and study performance requirements against an array of diverse considerations, such as: safety and human factors engineering, technical risks, functionality, reliability, failure analysis, quality assurance, maintainability, affordability of each system and device, and impact on the environment.
• Challenging Technical Opportunities with no Military Commitment
• Job Stability and 40 Hour Work Weeks, Compensation for Over-time
• Paid Leave: 10 Holidays, 13 Sick Days, 13-26 Vacation Days
• Affordable Health, Vision, Dental, and Life Insurance Plans
• 401k style Thrift Savings Plan (up to 5% matching)
• Federal Employees Retirement System Pension
• Free Base Gym Access & Tuition Assistance
Applicants must be on track to meet the following requirements upon graduation: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/1500/computer-science-series-1550/
Applicants must have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours by the time of the internship and have a current GPA >3.0. Candidates must be US citizens to be eligible.