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C4024C Researcher
Ref No.: 18-38380
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Position Type:Contract
Skill Type
Skill Type:Professional
We are currently seeking an Engineering Modeler-Programmer. This position located in Columbus, OH.
Battelle’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Defense business, in our National Security Global Business, is currently seeking persons with knowledge of physical phenomena and programming savvy. The Hazard Modeling Team within CBRNE Defense provides its customers with technical analyses as well as modeling capabilities to inform their preparedness and response planning efforts to mitigate risk to the United States or their company. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to make this Nation and Battelle’s clients better prepared and safer.
  • Support to model development activities for inhalation, ingestion, dermal, and radiation exposure hazards, including the development of object oriented code in a multi-developer, multi-branched code repository environment.
  • Support to model development activities for responding to hazardous events.
  • Design and develop graphical user interfaces for mathematical models. Model testing for accuracy and performance.
  • Model input data collection, reduction, processing, and presentation.
  • Written reports of methods used and results obtained.
  • Bachelor or Master’s degree in
    • Physics, Physics engineering, Actuarial science, Mathematics, Biology, or Engineering with a minor, certificate, or emphasis in computer science or equivalent coursework experience. Or, a Master’s degree in one of the preceding disciplines with a computational thesis requiring the use of object oriented programing.
  • Or
  • Computer Science or Computer Science Engineering with a minor or certificate in in Physics, Physics engineering, Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Biology, or Engineering. Or, a Master’s degree in Computer Science or Computer Science Engineering with a thesis focused on modeling real world phenomenon.
  • GPA of 3.0 or above.
  • Coursework in mathematics (e.g., calculus, differential equations, linear algebra).
  • Significant programming experience in C++, C#, JAVA, or Javascript
  • Matlab, LabVIEW, Mathcad, Mathematica are not considered as programing experience for this position
  • Ability to learn and understand new programing languages.
  • Coursework in statistics or probability (at least one formal class).
  • Coursework in engineering (e.g., transport phenomenon, reaction kinetics).
  • US Citizenship.
  • Capability to obtain a DoD Security clearance (Note: Supplier must be able to submit, obtain, and hold the clearance)