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Noblis is positioned to provide technology and operational solutions to senior decision makers in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in the Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate. The DHS S&T Directorate is the primary research and development arm of DHS and manages science and technology research, from development through transition, for the Department's operational components and first responders. Established by Congress to provide innovative solutions to the nation's homeland security challenges, S&T is the core source of scientific and engineering expertise for DHS and is uniquely postured to enhance our nation's security and resilience by providing knowledge products and innovative technology solutions for the Homeland Security Enterprise (HSE).
This role provides program management support to the International Cooperative Programs Office in the DHS Science and Technology Directorate. In this capacity, the Program Analyst will work as part of a multidisciplinary team of high-performance professionals tackling the client's most vexing technical and technological challenges, and developing solutions to meet the next homeland security threats.
Responsibilities and duties may include but are not limited to:
- Assist in international engagement project planning and control, including tracking technical and fiscal performance, schedules, and government assigned action items; preparing project plans and milestones; status reports; and monitoring progress against milestones
- Provide input and assistance in preparing international project briefs, composing project reports and documents
- Developing technical and programmatic status reports, PowerPoint briefings, and read-ahead materials
- Create and maintain records of project activities; Independently or under minimal guidance identify, collect, distill, organize, and maintain files of all program documents; Capturing best practices and lessons learned so documents can be transitioned efficiently within the office
- Maintaining organized and logical files for all necessary program documentation
- Manage communication with multiple stakeholders across DHS and with foreign partners, maintaining awareness of relevant compliance, disclosure, and agreement requirements
- Coordinate and track progress of funding actions, obtain funds status, and be capable of monitoring expenditures
- Assist with office process management, providing analyses to support development of ICPO and agency policies, processes, and implementation plans, and support office-wide knowledge management
- Executive and administrative support in coordinating, organizing, and scheduling meetings, conference rooms, conference calls, and take meetings notes and attendance; Coordinate program level taskings to the program offices which may include congressional responses and program data calls
- Provide support for foreign travel and visitors, including arranging travel authorizations, support S&T’s Foreign Travel Request process, and assist with foreign national visitor access
- Support office and portfolio planning and implementation of international partnership strategies, while ensuring that all activities align to DHS and U.S. Government strategy
- Being conversant in details for discussion, both verbal and written, on ICPO programs and S&T international policies
- Assisting the customer by supporting the development of constructive relationships with program stakeholders across the Federal government, to include within DHS and outside of DHS
- Communicating findings to technical and non-technical audiences as needed
- Identifying, tracking, and communicating about potential metrics to demonstrate program trends and status
- Monitoring performance against technical goals
- Performing quality assurance
The role may require international travel.
At Noblis and Noblis ESI, we have excellent teams of smart, collaborative, proactive experts and professionals. We are actively seeking to identify personnel to join our team of talented professionals who possess the experience, vision, commitment, and integrity to successfully support the strategic goals of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T).
Technology and threats evolve rapidly in today’s ever-changing environment. In response, DHS S&T was established by Congress to provide innovative scientific and technical solutions to the nation's homeland security challenges.
This is a new position at DHS S&T, and the successful candidate will be proactive in aiding Noblis and the client in defining this role and optimizing its contributions to ensure successful outcomes for the Technology Centers.
The responsibilities of the team member may include:
- Researching and providing guidance on leading-edge technologies, particularly on collecting, processing, and interpreting near-surface geophysical data, especially electromagnetic and electrical resistivity data along with knowledge of passive seismic detection technologies.
- Evaluating the feasibility of technical approaches to problems,
- Reviewing technical reports and providing critiques of methods and results,
- Developing and evaluating capability development strategies,
- Monitoring program and technical performance against goals,
- Developing test and evaluation methodologies,
- Assessing the efficacy, safety, cost lifecycle costs of proposed or realized solutions,
- Developing status reports, PowerPoint briefings, and read-ahead materials,
- Developing, monitoring, and maintaining a central repository of program information (e.g. reports, requirements, etc.),
- Organizing/coordinating meetings, discussions, and seminars,
- Communicating findings to technical and non-technical audiences as needed.
These roles may require non-local travel (limited- 6x/year), and some DC metro area local travel.
We are looking for a technologist to work with our clients to help design, create, deploy, migrate and maintain solutions in cloud environments. In your role you will work with various teams to develop, deploy, maintain, and migrate solutions in multiple environments for various national security missions spanning identity management, multimedia, and cyber end-to-end systems that are transforming the way law enforcement and intelligence communities handle and analyze information and translate it into actionable intelligence.
You would join Noblis’ identity intelligence group as we continue to grow our software and digital capabilities. Today our team consists of developers, scientists, engineers, researchers, and analysts that have served federal, state, and local government clients on high-consequence problems in analytics, biometrics, AI/machine learning, and forensic science for over 20 years. Our team is engaged across the identity intelligence community and has been instrumental in making our customers’ programs successful in analytics, automation, and digital solutions spanning identity science, AI/machine learning, computer vision, biometrics, forensics, media analytics, systems engineering, software development/integration, DevOps, and cloud technologies.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Voice Switch and Recording Program Office is made up of seven different programs related to the voice communication activities of Air Traffic Control. These programs range from the maintainence of Legacy equipment currently fielded across the United States to design of new systems and procurement of future equipment. The Test Engineer will be focused on supporting the FAA in modernizing existing air traffic control voice communications capabilities of the National Airspace System (NAS). The Test Engineer must analyze and assess technical solutions, designs, and requirements for effective planning and implementation. The Test Engineer will leverage knowledge and experience in Information Systems and networking to support testing and acceptance activities throughout the systems development life cycle. The Test Engineer will assist with the design and implementation of test automation. The Test Engineer will interact with a team comprised of Noblis, Subcontractor, and FAA staff
We are seeking Splunk Developers (All levels) to support our Internal Revenue Service (IRS) client. As part of the design and implementation effort, the Splunk developer will participate in various aspects of the implementation, including using Splunk to develop a proof of concept where legacy information systems are migrated to Splunk Enterprise. The Senior Splunk Developer will have to model data from several legacy and/or modern applications before ingesting the data into Splunk. The Splunk Developer will work closely with government personnel and other Noblis professionals in a team environment.
The Job Responsibilities Include but limited to:
* Design and develop an “end to end” electronic transaction visibility, including large scale
processing, integration, and analysis of system logs and databases in Splunk.
* Develop statistical behavior models, and provide support for the development of machine learning approaches.
* Develop visualization dashboards and indicators that identify anomalous activities.
* Assist with the development of project status briefings and dashboards for IRS executives
* Interact directly with client project team members and operational staff
***Position is available to be remote***
As a Data Management Technical Engineer at Noblis you will be part of our Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) account team. As part of the Noblis CMS team, you will be working across the CMS enterprise to adress the challenge of providing IT services, delivering innovative and effective technology solutions, and driving IT transformation in support of and in collaboration with multple business component partners to improve the quality, responsiveness, and delivery of healthcare services to beneficiaries, providers, and business partners. This initiative includes development and implementation of innovations in data science and data engineering. As CMS continues to implement the components of the IT Modernization strategy, you will be intregal to guiding and innovating its policies, processes, and procedures for managing and controlling the enterprise.
As a Data Management Techical Engineer, you will:
Provide broad technical leadership to a wide range of work programs
Exercises creativity in applying non-traditional approaches to large-scale analysis of structured and unstructured data in support of high-value use cases. These use cases will encompass processing against low to high-volume collections of data and low to high-velocity data streams.
Responsible for providing significant contributions to our client’s most difficult and challenging scientific, engineering, or analytical projects and activities
Principal technical spokesperson for Noblis on company capabilities and future efforts
Oversee the technical direction of implementing new technologies, strategies, or methods
Exhibits a superior degree of ingenuity, creativity, and resourcefulness in problem-solving
Prepare and present a variety of technical information and lead the development of innovative principles and ideas
Lead or contribute to internal research programs in support of scientific and/or technological advances
Act as peer advisor and is recognized as an industry expert
Noblis ESI is seeking a IT Systems Engineer with an active TS/SCI clearance in Warner Robins, GA.
The Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) is a weapons system which produces military intelligence collected by systems such as the U-2 Dragonlady, RQ-4 Global Hawk, MQ-9 Reaper and MQ-1 Predator. It consists of computer hardware and software connected together in a computer network, devoted to processing and dissemination of information such as images. The successful candidate will support the program office as follows:
- Lead or support projects with minimal supervision, displaying strong follow-through and initiative.
- Applies engineering principles to acquire, implement, design, develop architectures, and maintain integrated computer systems
- Maintain a continuing computer engineering knowledge of state-of-the-art development in hardware and software, their individual characteristics, capabilities, operations, and limitations
- Assists in the creation of the system design and functional specifications for all new or ongoing development projects
- Provide technical expertise and recommendations in assessing new IT capabilities projects and initiatives to support and enhance our existing systems
- Identify opportunities that can improve efficiency of Mission Operations and IT processes
- Direct and perform all necessary audits and IT maintenance activity to ensure service levels are sustained, and that systems are optimized and not compromised.
- Develop and maintain IT system documentation, including diagrams, Standard Operating Procedures and work instructions.
- The position includes developing and testing new products, troubleshooting complex and dsitributed system issues, interpreting work orders to program various systems, and resolving escalated issues.
Noblis is seeking a Systems Engineer to be a member of our internal Noblis Systems Operation team in Reston, VA. The systems engineer will work to implement and integrate applications and services within our hybrid Microsoft infrastructure. Provide Subject Matter Expertise (SME) in system engineering support across the enterprises IT disciplines (i.e. Virtual & Physical Servers, Cloud technologies, Network, etc).
- Provide technical leadership for the integration of IT requirements, design, and technology
- Guide capability development and implementation planning through assessment or preparation of system engineering management plans and system engineering integration and test plans
Noblis and our wholly owned subsidiaries, Noblis ESI, tackle the nation's toughest problems and apply advanced solutions to our clients' most critical missions. We bring the best of scientific thought, management and engineering expertise together in an environment of independence and objectivity to deliver enduring impact on federal missions. Noblis works with a wide range of government clients in the defense, intelligence and federal civil sectors. Learn more at noblis.org/about.
Why work at a Noblis company?
Our employees find greater meaning in their work and balance the other things in life that matter to them. Our people are our greatest asset. They are exceptionally skilled, knowledgeable, team-oriented, and mission-driven individuals who want to do work that matters and benefits the public. Noblis has won numerous workplace awards. Noblis maintains a drug-free workplace.
Noblis is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race (as well as because of or on the basis of traits historically associated with race, including hair texture, hair type, and protective hairstyles such as braids, locks, and twists), color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions, genetic factors, military/veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.
We are looking for someone who is curious, and has a passion for working with data to create compelling solutions.
Noblis is helping the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) manage large and complex telecommunications and information management programs that use state of the art technologies to manage enterprise infrastructure services essential to the safe and efficient operation of the largest, safest, and most complex aviation system in the world. You will be part of a proven team, in a rewarding environment where you will be actively engaged at the intersection of technology and operations enhancing our nation’s aviation system.
Specific responsibilities include:
- Plan, analyze and report findings as they relate to data analysis in the telecommunications industry to help the government client make business decisions
- Ability to extract data from a variety of systems utilizing SQL, MS Excel, and Tableau
- Integrate solutions into a ASP.NET MVC Web application
- Engage directly with the client to design and devlop impactful, dynamic, and insightful business intelligence visualizations, dashoards and other analytical tools
- Pinpoint trends, correlations and patterns in complicated data sets
- Serve as a technical resource and subject matter expert for visualization and computing platforms and act as a liaison between software engineering teams and business stakeholders
- Perform other related duties as required and assigned
The Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) office is a support component within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The CWMD office was established by the “Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Act of 2018” and combines the former Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) and a majority of the Office of Health Affairs (OHA). The office was created to elevate and streamline DHS efforts to prevent the use of weapon of mass destruction (WMD) against the homeland and promote readiness for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN), and health security threats.
The CWMD office is responsible for coordinating with other Federal efforts and developing a strategy and policy for the Department to plan for, detect, and protect against the importation, possession, storage, transportation, development, or use of unauthorized CBRN materials, devices, or agents in the U.S. and to protect against an attack using such materials.
The Information and Analysis Directorate (IAD) mission is to understand and anticipate Homeland WMD threats and equip DHS Components and domestic first responders (federal, state, local and private sector) with timely and relevant information to maintain detection advantage, mitigate vulnerabilities, respond to and disrupt threats. IAD includes the National Biosurveillance Information Center (NBIC), Threat Analysis Branch, and Targeting Support Brach.
- Provide CBRN technical expertise to NBIC.
- Support NBIC policy, planning, & outreach programs, management of NBIC programs/projects, NBIC systems engineering activities, and biosurveillance operations and analysis.
- Conduct operational scientific and technical analysis in support of CWMD programs and mission areas.
- Lead the development of a variety of analytic decision support products that meet National decision makers’ and stakeholders’ requirements.
- Perform the functions of a technical expert in the relevant scientific field in support of CWMD programs.
- Apply scientific expertise in defining and resolving system issues, performing analysis, and developing plans and requirements for further analysis.
- Coordinate and manage the preparation of analysis, evaluations, and recommendations within CWMD programs in support of federal personnel.
- Mentor and develop junior and mid-career scientists.