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Looking for a great place to work? The Institute for Water Resources, Water Resources Center, is seeking to hire a permanent GS-12/13 (1550 series) Computer Scientist. IWR is a national organization that supports the US Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters that supports the Civil Works mission through forward-looking analysis, applying cutting-edge methodologies, and development of innovative tools and processes. 
USACE offers a team-inspiring and collaborative work environment; providing challenging and rewarding careers across a variety of disciplines. We rely on leaders with vision, creativity, and programmatic and technical expertise to lead us into the future. Align your talents with your passion and find out why the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is a great place to work!
These duties include technical oversight, contracting officer representative (COR), project management, user support, and technical team support on the development and maintenance of applications, websites, coding, security, and enterprise data related to the USACE Civil Works Program.  
The ideal candidate would have expert knowledge of computer sciences including one or more programming languages, database management, and application design; project management and contracting experience; good communication skills to teach, translate technical work, and troubleshoot; an ability to develop innovative ideas and recommendations; and knowledge or experience working with DOD and/or US Army Corps of Engineers technology standards and databases.
The Army values diversity of perspectives, backgrounds, cultures and skills, which connects employees to organizations that are committed to building an inclusive work environment where they can contribute to their fullest potential. Our employees enjoy full Federal Government benefits and a supportive professional development work environment.
If you or someone you know is interested and qualifies for this Computer Scientist Position, please submit a resume, transcripts, and statement of interest to Ms. Erin Rooks, Hiring Manager, Institute for Water Resources – Water Resources Center, at erin.l.rooks@usace.army.milApplications due 23 May 2022.  (Must be U.S. Citizen.)
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