Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Specialist, Level II

Modeling
and Simulation(M&S) Specialist, LevelII
Position Number: SSTI-A-001-064
Number of Positions: 6
Desired Start: ASAP
Program/Project: A-001-14-004
Location: Annapolis
Junction, MD
Manager: Stockley
Task Description/Responsibilities:
TheModeling
and Simulation(M&S) Specialistshall:
q Recommends
the scope and approach of modeling, simulation, and analysis activities
within and across projects and programs..
q Encourage and
lead the government staff to leverage existing data and previous modeling
efforts.
q Guide the
formulation of assumptions and scenarios necessary to create complex
simulation models (e.g., operational capabilities, networking, computing
resources, and processes).
q Provide
recommendations to the government staff based on modeling and simulation
results derived from assessments.
q Suggest
collaboration with other organizations to establish integration and
interoperability within and between modeling and simulation tools and
synthetic environments.
q Maintain
proficiency with state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice M&S tools,
techniques, and procedures (TTPs) and will
q Provide
cost-effective recommendations for investment in an M&S portfolio.
Minimum Qualifications: (US Citizenship Required)
Education:
q B.S Degree inmathematics, operations research, computer
science, or related technical field
Experience:
Qualifications:
q More than 5 years of M&S experience
q Familiarity
with state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice of M&S.
q Ability to
think broadly and strike a balance between traditional and non?traditional
thinking. Sees the interrelationships between M&S and other skill sets
and domains.
q Critical
thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively. Ability to prepare a
well-grounded, defensible argument.
q Ability to
communicate clearly and effectively in English both verbally and in writing.
Security Clearance:
? Current TS/SCI Security
Clearance required.
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