GDIT’s Military Health IT Team is HIRING a Systems Development Lead to lead the systems development task work supporting the PEO-EIS Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) project located in Fort Detrick, MD.
The target start timeframe for this position is this December 2020.
MC4 is a formally chartered acquisition program with specific cost, schedule, and technical objectives. Contractor services are required to perform selected aspects of the MC4 mission. These services include: development of enabling software and technologies; test and evaluation; production engineering; equipment fielding and training; help desk and post deployment system (PDS) support; and on-site FSR support.
Lead the rapid development and integration of software solutions to satisfy the Army’s 10 Medical Functions in cooperation with other agencies
Guide troubleshooting activities during development
Oversee DoD/Army testing for COTS and GOTS hardware and software products for operational medicine
Translate medical requirements into development specifications.
BA/BS or a related technical discipline
10+ years of directly related experience supporting systems and information technology efforts in Government environment.
Expert knowledge of Army’s 10 Medical Functions and DOD and Army legacy and future Operational Medical software applications (e.g., MHS GENESIS, AHLTA-T, TMIP-J, or HALO)
Expert knowledge of Information Technology (IT) platforms suitable for documenting and enhancing medical care at Roles 1-3
Knowledge of PII and PHI compliance requirements
DoD 8570 Certifications: CompTIA Security + and Technical Certification
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