Leidos is seeking an individual with Computer Science/Engineering background and interest for a STEM Intern system test position who will be a member of a dynamic test team working on the Federal Aviation Administration's En-Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) technology.
Specifically you will be working on teams responsible for developing and maintaining the FAA air traffic control System by helping to design, develop, document, and execute test cases. The environment is testing on a UNIX/Linux platform. Familiarity with UNIX, networking, multi-threaded programming and Linux environment beneficial.
Working as a member of a team and independently, the successful candidate will be participating in:
Developing test plans and procedures
Developing, testing, and validating test scenarios
Executing tests in the Lab and Virtual Test Lab (VTL)
Performing data analysis necessary to verify test results and Problem Report (PR) fixes
Identifying software and system issues across the various system functions and threads
Following all documented test processes
Following test processes and using the most efficient methods to deliver a quality product.
TYPICAL EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
2019 High School Graduate
Acceptance letter from college for fall 2019
Passing grade in AP Java or AP Computer Science class
Pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field
Excellent written and verbal skills
Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Candidate must be able to obtain an SF-85P Public Trust clearance from the FAA customer
Candidates must be enrolled in a degree program in a relevant discipline.
High school education or equivalent and 1+ years of related experience.
Student graduating from high school spring 2019 who is planning to enter college pursuing a degree in Computer Science or related field.
Must be a self-started and demonstrated high-achiever.