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Computer Science Series 1550

These positions are primarily involved with the application of, or research into, computer science methods and techniques to store, manipulate, transform or present information by means of computer systems for DoD systems. The primary requirements of the work are (a) applying theoretical foundations of computer science, including computer system architecture and system software organization, the representation and transformation of information structures, and the theoretical models for such representations and transformations; (b) building software products taking into account design characteristics, limitations, and potential applications of military systems.

Information Technology Management Series 2210

These positions serve as a technical focal point for the installation and configuration of hardware and software on personal computers/servers/cloud applications. Serves as a systems administrator responsible for planning, coordinating, modifying, implementing, and troubleshooting in order to satisfy users needs. Work pertains to the administration of all systems, including a myriad of associated hardware platforms, software applications and numerous interfaces included in the Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN). Provide technical assistance and advice to personnel involved in system design, programming, database design, and modifying commercially developed software. Installs, configures and tests products and equipment being reviewed. Analyzes policies, regulations, and system provisions governing standard operating systems and provides assistance and advisory services to users. Troubleshoots problems and implements changes on multiple computer platforms. Diagnoses system failures to isolate source of problems and make corrections between equipment, system software, and application programs.

Computer Engineer 0854 (requires engineer degree)

This series covers positions managing, supervising, leading, and/or performing professional engineering and scientific work involving the design, construction, and operation of computer systems, including hardware and software and their integration.