Northrop Grumman is looking for a Data Engineer in Newport News, VA. The post states, "The Air and Space Operations Center (AOC) Weapon System (WS) is the Joint Forces Air Component Commander's (JFACC) primary Command and Control (C2) node to develop the air and space operations strategies and plans to meet the Combat Commander's objectives… This versatile integration engineer will support the process of operational thread composition using tools from the new AOC-WS 10.2 infrastructure. They will use strong development skills to build mediations, business process flows, business rules, event scripts, and other glue code. They will design and compose operational mission threads using infrastructure subsystems, and AOC mission application interfaces & SOA services. This combination of development, integration, and operational focus makes these positions similar to the emerging DevOps discipline."
Qualifications for the position include: "9+ years applicable experience. Secret clearance. Expertise with XML, XSLT, XSD, RDF, and OWL. Ability to understand new information sharing patterns and map between schema. Experience with software development, scripting, and commercial software integration/configuration. Expertise in defining & developing data schema for immediate use in key demonstrations. Ability to work in multi-discipline and distributed team environments. Familiar with SOA (e.g., Web Services), industry data standards (e.g., GML), and DoD standards (e.g., DDMS, MilStd 2525). US Citizenship and the ability to obtain and maintain an Active DoD Secret Clearance."
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