Leidos is looking for a Senior Software Ontologist in Columbia, MD. According to the post, “Candidate is expected to be an Ontology/Digital Policy Management Subject Matter Expert (SME). The Ontology SME partners with senior customer leadership to provide strategic and software development support to help organizations improve performance by using ontologies, triple stores and reasoning for analyzing situations, identifying gaps, and proposing solutions. Serves as a performance change agent; influences stakeholder decisions by “selling” strategic performance concepts. Uses a variety of performance strategies, tools, and interventions (i.e., organizational development, needs or trend analysis, needs assessment, training evaluation, etc.) to implement change, monitor solution implementation, and assure organizational success.” Read more
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Ross Technologies (RTGX) is searching for an Enterprise Data Modeler in Columbia, MD. The post states, “This position provides Data Modeling support to the Enterprise Logical Data Model (ELDM) and specific customer mission requirements, as necessary. Specific duties include: Perform semantic data modeling for the ELDM, domain logical data models, and physical data model formats. Skills needed include Semantics, Ontology, Epistemology, Resource Description Framework (RDF) Schema (RDFS), OWL based technologies, Hadoop, SPRQL, XML, XSD, and Data Warehouse, and Oracle, SQL, and relational theory. Develop and maintain domain logical data model artifacts: Logical Data Models (LDM), Data Element Dictionaries (DED), Physical Data Models (PDM), Interface Control Documents (ICD), data format specifications, model release documentation, user guides, data harmonization and mappings.” Read more
It’s not only in June that we’ll see a new crop of graduates emerging from university and post-grad programs. Many students also don cap-and-gown for December ceremonies – a prelude to wearing regular or casual business attire, they hope.
Of course, matching up with the right job is always a challenging prospect. That’s true on many fronts – the slow economy, for one, but also just figuring out what the ideal career fit will be. Pymetrics is hoping to help solve that problem, with its recent announcement of a career assessment and recruiting platform that draws on neuroscience games-based assessment – a nice touch for the crowd that largely grew up with Playstations, Gameboys, iPods, Xboxes and the rest of the digital gaming gang – and machine learning.
News came the other week that Senzari had announced the MusicGraph knowledge engine for music. The Semantic Web Blog had a chance to learn a little bit more about it what’s underway thanks to a chat with Senzari’s COO Demian Bellumio.
MusicGraph used to go by the geekier name of Adaptable Music Parallel Processing Platform, or AMP3 for short, for helping users control their Internet radio. “We wanted to put more knowledge into our graph. The idea was we have really cool and interesting data that is ontologically connected in ways never done before,” says Bellumio. “We wanted to put it out in the world and let the world leverage it, and MusicGraph is a production of that vision.”
Since its announcement earlier this month about launching the consumer version on the Firefox OS platform that lets users make complex queries about music and learn and then listen to results, Senzari has submitted its technology to be offered for the iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile platforms. “You can ask anything you can think of in the music realm. We connect about 1 billion different points to respond to these queries,” he says. Its data covers more than twenty million songs, connected to millions of individual albums and artists across all genres, with extracted information on everything from keys to concept extractions derived from lyrics.
Leidos is looking for a Senior Software Ontology SME in Columbia, MD. According to the post, “The job of the Senior Software Ontology SME is to perform full lifecycle software systems support and will currently hold a minimum Secret security clearance with the desire and ability to obtain a TS/SCI with Polygraph clearance. Perform technical planning, software development, software systems integration, verification and validation, cost, risk and supportability and effectiveness for total software systems. Advise and support the customer in the development of solutions from concept design through disposal. Act as an subject matter expert in the area of Ontology Development.” Read more
Asymmetrik is looking for a Senior System Architect in Columbia, MD. According to the post, “The Senior System Architect is responsible for setting policies, standards, and guidelines for the technology environment including production, data management, analytics, development, and QA. Provide support to the overall system engineering expertise in the architecture, design, development, requirements analysis, data flow, network design and/or implementation or testing for the project. Analyze user requirements, concept of operations documents, and high level system architecture to develop system requirements specifications. Develop detailed system Architecture and system design documentation.” Read more
Asymmetric is looking for a Lead Software Engineer with clearance in Columbia, MD. The post states, “The Lead Software Engineer will develop and maintain mission-critical information extraction, analysis, and management systems. Implement analysis algorithms to evaluate, correlate, and display information. Provide direct and responsive support for urgent analytic needs. Participate in architecture and software development activities that may include: Develop a working understanding of the customer’s analytic business needs in order to engineer software-based solutions. Translate requirements into specifications. Specify and develop technical interfaces. Design, develop, and deliver software-based prototypes.” Read more
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is looking for a Software Engineer in Columbia, MD. The post states, “The Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a not-for-profit center for engineering, research, and development. Located north of Washington, DC, APL is a division of one of the world’s premier research universities, The Johns Hopkins University (JHU). The Laboratory has been a major asset to the nation since it was organized to develop a critical World War II technology in 1942.” This position will “Make critical contributions as part of a multi-disciplinary team working on novel methods for solving critical homeland security problems, using Java and/or .Net technologies, information management and distribution, and software engineering techniques employing advanced analytics.” Read more
SAIC is looking for a Senior Software Ontology SME in Columbia, MD. According to the post, “The Senior Software Ontology SME will perform full lifecycle software systems support and will currently hold a minimum Secret security clearance with the desire and ability to obtain a TS/SCI with Polygraph clearance. Perform technical planning, software development, software systems integration, verification and validation, cost, risk and supportability and effectiveness for total software systems. Read more
LGS Bell Labs Innovations is looking for a Protocol Systems Engineer in Columbia, MD. The post states, “LGS Innovations, a leader in government telecommunications and network integration, is seeking a Protocol Systems Engineer at our customer site in Maryland. This position provides Data Modeling support to the Enterprise Model, and specific customer mission requirements, as necessary. Provide subject matter expertise support for call event records related to metadata and associated protocol stacks (e.g., SCTP, SCCP, M2UA, etc). Perform semantic data modeling, domain logical data models, and physical data model formats.” Read more
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