SPAWAR: Energy System Tech Evaluation Program Supp 71-2004
SDSU Research Foundation - San Diego, CA

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Hourly with no benefits

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Job Responsibilities

This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of three college students to provide technical and analytical support in the fields of computer engineering, computer science, and/or electrical engineering for the Energy System Technology Evaluation Program. Specifically one student will work primarily on Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Cyber Security and two will work primarily on Data Center Smart Metering Evaluation (DC Smart-E), however there will be cross-over of students on both projects. The purpose of this project is to evaluate energy savings, cyber security, and return on investment.

Minimum Qualifications

Student 1 and 2 must be enrolled at an undergraduate Level with enough credits to be considered a Junior and majoring in Computer Science or Computer Engineering major. Student 3 must be enrolled at an undergraduate Level with enough credits to be considered a Junior and majoring in Electrical Engineering major. Required Course Work for all three positions: Cyber Security Information Assurance Energy Efficiency Data Centers/Navy Applications

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Ability to review, analyze and document experiments and approaches. Ability to Configure, design, exercise and conduct experiments and design configurations. Ability to review literature searches and identify next-set approaches. Ability to complete monthly Status Reports and Bi-Weekly Time Reports in accordance with basic contract CDRL.

Standard Requirements

This description incorporates the most typical duties performed. It is recognized that other related duties not specifically mentioned may also be performed. The ability to report to work on time; follow directions from a supervisor; interact effectively with co-workers; understand and follow posted work rules and procedures; accept constructive criticism; for managers and supervisory personnel to lead and manage others; and to maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.

Preferred Education/Certifications

Preferred Experience/Special Skills

Student #1&2 (computer science or computer engineer) familiar with or interested in networking, cyber security, computer architecture, virtualization, computing troubleshooting. Student #3 (electrical engineer) familiar with or interested in control systems, power systems, and energy systems. Strong analytical and communication skills.

Working Conditions

Only U.S. citizens may qualify no naturalized citizens or visa holders. Incumbents must be veterans or participant in the SDSU Troops to Engineers program.

Job Close Date Jobs close at 4pm PST


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Additional Instructions for Applicants

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