GovernmentCIO is seeking an Integration and Test Engineer that possesses the following:
Highly specialized in one or more phases of systems engineering and development. Acts independently under general direction. Advises technical personnel on the conceptualization, development, and implementation of a broad range of information systems issues, including hardware/software integration, compatibility and multiple platforms. Performs feasibility analysis on potential future projects to management. Plans strategies for improvement of information systems and services. Communicates current innovations and trends in information systems development to technical staff. Prepares justification for selection of new technology. May serve as the chief architect for complex information systems development. Designs and develops proposed solutions to business problems and client requirements. Performs high-level system analysis and directs technical strategy for accomplishing new objectives. Maintains knowledge of current systems and system development actions and analyzes for data redundancies and system/program overlap. Responsible for task completion.
The Integration and Testing Engineer will be responsible for designing appropriate IT practices, maintaining standards, leading major programs and strategic initiatives, and providing technical expertise to support business requirements. The Integration and Testing Engineer will assist federal IT staff, application project teams, infrastructure/operations staff, Justice Management Division (JMD) staff, and outsourced partners and vendors in the implementation of critical business solutions. The Integration and Testing Engineer will exercise leadership and innovation in the resolution of current technical/infrastructural challenges as well as the creation of long-term technical roadmaps which will lead to the future success of the COPS Office.
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