Minimum Clearance Required to Start:
Top Secret SCI w/Polygraph
Parsons is looking for a sharp Junior-level Test Engineer to join our exciting and growing Space and Geospatial Solutions team. Junior-level Test Engineers assist with the testing and review of code from 3D models to ensure it functions properly and meets the program’s needs.
Review and analyze system specifications.
Collaborate with test engineers to develop effective strategies and test plans.
Execute test cases (manual or automated) and analyze results.
Test the functionality of the applications including but not limited to the following types of testing end to end, integration, regression, performance, usability, and user acceptance testing.
Evaluate product code according to specifications.
Create logs to document testing phases and defects.
Report bugs and errors to development teams.
Conduct root-cause analysis
Help troubleshoot issues.
Conduct post-release/post-implementation testing.
Work with cross-functional teams to ensure quality throughout the software development lifecycle.
Execute test scripts and reviewing results.
Report and document technical issues.
Perform the full lifecycle of engineering support including but not limited to requirements engineering, solutions engineering, scheduling, reliability analysis, resiliency analysis, development, integration, test and evaluation, maintainability analysis, and decommissioning.
Provide engineering support for requirements across the NSG and ASG.
Lead the planning, documenting, analysis, and traceability of user requirements and architectures.
Conduct Analysis of Alternatives (AoA), Trade Studies, and Engineering Assessments.
Assist the Government in strategic technical planning, project management, performance engineering, risk management, and interface design.
Support RFP development and generate engineering documentation for RFPs.
Provide proposal evaluation support as requested by the government.
Provide architectural support.
Identify industry standards and create IPF unique standards for open architecture, service centric architecture, service oriented architecture, and cloud architecture for inclusion in IPF RFPs, existing contracts, and government development efforts.
Brief assigned activities as required.
Work cross project with other IPF projects to facilitate transition from concept to development to sustainment to decommissioning.
Work across NSG and ASG partners to include but not limited to DoD, FAA, and foreign partners, to provide engineering support to advance the Foundation GEOINT mission.
Support IPF leadership priorities and guidance.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computer Engineering or in a related hard science STEM field such as engineering, physics, mathematics, operations research, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Geographic Information Systems, or Geodetic Sciences. A degree in Systems Engineering, Project Management, or similar nontechnical field does not satisfy this requirement.
Active TS/SCI Security Clearance
0+ years of demonstrated experience as a Quality Assurance Tester with the ability to document and troubleshoot errors.
Junior-level demonstrated experience with Agile Frameworks and regression testing.
Junior-level demonstrated experience with test management software, SQL, MatLab, C++ and Python.
Junior-level demonstrated experience with GIS software, preferably ArcGIS and/or QGIS.
Junior-level demonstrated experience in platform engines such as Unity, Unreal, OpenFlight, and VBS.
Junior-level demonstrated experience with Open Geospatial Consortium Standard Common DataBase (CDB).
Junior-level demonstrated experience with Foundation GEOINT data domains and mission areas.
Clearance requirement: Top Secret/SCI #CJ
Must be able to obtain, maintain and/or currently possess a security clearance.