Department of the Army - 2 GEOINT Systems Engineers/Developers

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From: "Stahl, Christopher ERD-VA" <Christopher.W.Stahl@usace.army.mil>
Date: July 8, 2013, 9:25:24 AM PDT
To: "Stahl, Christopher ERD-VA" <Christopher.W.Stahl@usace.army.mil>
Subject: Interdisciplinary GEOINT positions (UNCLASSIFIED)
 

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: NONE

Please disseminate to any recent graduates that may be interested in the following positions... We are currently looking for 2 geoint systems engineers/developers with academic background in general engineering, physical sciences, electrical engineering, mathematics, cartographic and information sciences. Please email or contact me for more information or apply via the link below.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/346033700

DUTIES:

In this position, you will serve with the US Army Geospatial Center (AGC), Geospatial Systems Directorate, Imagery Systems Branch, in Alexandria, VA. You will serve as team member assisting with developing and fielding Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) software and hardware systems based on DoD Acquisition policies utilizing the application of principles and techniques from remote sensing, imagery analysis, and geographic information systems (GIS); find innovative ways to generate and disseminate varied GEOINT products on an ever changing global network using automated cartography, remote sensing extraction techniques and other relevant technologies. The purpose of the work is to identify and employ the most advanced and affordable tools or techniques and methods for the analysis, display, integration and dissemination of GEOINT data to address long-term Army and DOD objectives. The position requires knowledge and experience related to imagery analysis, mathematics, and the geospatial sciences, with knowledge of GIS applications, GEOINT standards, spatial database design and development, service oriented architectures and network-centric enterprise services as well as the latest in workstation and server hardware technologies. Detailed knowledge of geographic information systems, digital mapping, computers and computer networks, remote sensing and network data distribution is required to formulate interdisciplinary developmental strategies.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/346033700

v/r

Chris

GEOINT Scientist
Imagery Systems Branch (TENCAP PM)
US Army Geospatial Center
(703)428-3638

HYPERLINK "mailto:Christopher.W.Stahl@us.army.mil"Christopher.W.Stahl@us.army.mil

HYPERLINK "mailto:Christopher.W.Stahl@us.army.smil.mil"Christopher.W.Stahl@us.army.smil.mil

HYPERLINK "mailto:Christopher.W.Stahl@agc.ic.gov"Christopher.W.Stahl@agc.ic.gov


Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: NONE