The DLP Programmer is responsible for designing, programming, testing, implementing, and documenting computer programs for inclusion in the FAA's DLP.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
Evaluating logic and design requirements for computer programs ranging from simple linear tutorial lessons to complex real-time simulations
Overseeing the coding of computer programs utilizing FAA-approved programming languages
Applying current technologies and researching new technologies to solve problems, improve productivity and enhance instructional delivery
Ensuring the thoroughness and accuracy of program documentation for all work completed and/or in progress
Incorporating appropriate enhancements to improve the DLP product
Developing new DLP lessons
Updating and revising current DLP lessons
Converting existing DLP lessons from older formats to the current DLP format
The DLP Programmer must have a minimum of five (5) years of experience in ISD via computer delivery, effective use of graphics, windowing, animation, feedback, and branching, planning, designs; a minimum of five (5) years of experience with various hardware and software used to input data efficiently and to program and restructure Computer Managed Instructional Programs; and a minimum five (5) years of experience verifying, testing and validating computer based courseware.