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* We are building a data science team for our flight test squadron.
* Positions are contractors (not military or government civilian).
* We are looking to fill data engineering, tool development, modeling, and visualization roles with 2-3 individuals.
* Current Secret Clearance desired, ability to qualify for a Secret Clearance required.
* We work modernization of F-15, F-16, and A-10, as well as sensor and weapon systems integrated with these aircraft.
* Our building is on the flightline, and direct interaction with test pilots, flight test engineers, and maintainers is a daily occurrence.
* Familiarity with Python, R, JMP, Windows, IRIG ch10, and cloud computing are all competitive factors.
* Work is on-premises due to classified nature of the hardware, software, and data.
* Eglin AFB offers a variety of communities to choose from in the commuting area.
DM me for application details.
I want to emphasize that these positions are available now. Notice that I did not say "PhD" or "Masters" required. If you think you are not qualified, let us be the judge of that. Please do not pre-eliminate yourself.

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