At Accenture Federal Services, nothing matters more than helping the US federal government make the nation stronger and safer and life better for people. Our 13,000+ people are united in a shared purpose to pursue the limitless potential of technology and ingenuity for clients across defense, national security, public safety, civilian, and military health organizations.
 
Join Accenture Federal Services to do the work you love in an inclusive, collaborative, and caring community, where you can be empowered to grow, learn and thrive through hands-on experience, certifications, industry training and more.
 
Join us to drive positive, lasting change that moves missions and the government forward!
 

You Are:

A driven creator. You see the potential for technology everywhere, from solving problems to capturing new opportunities. And you are ready to put that kind of innovative thinking to work. You see the art of the possible and have the drive and critical thinking skills to make it happen. Passionate about object-oriented design and implementing it into clients' websites, programs, and applications.  You collaborate with others to determine goals and objectives, then write code to meet the desired functionality for the demands before testing.

The Work: 

  • Kick-start your career in our Technology Development Program to learn the latest technical skills
  • Experiment and be an early adopter of emerging technologies and next-generation IT
  • Apply application design and development across multiple technology areas
  • Configure software products and systems
  • Develop product and platform prototypes and proof of concepts across the technology stack
  • Drive consistent quality solution development and delivery
  • Let loose your curiosity to develop and design new software that doesn’t exist yet
  • Leverage cool engineering frameworks and methods, such as Agile and DevOps, to build new solutions faster
  • Define modern architectures to support cloud native engineering
  • Build tools to connect to multiple data sources, collect data, store and analyze data, and present data for post analysis
  • Work side-by-side with your teammates to design and develop technology solutions to solve the federal government’s challenges

Here’s what you need:

  • Bachelor's Degree or Master’s degree

Bonus Points if:

  • Work experience (or student athlete) AND student leadership responsibilities
  • You can demonstrate experience with multiple programming languages, modern frameworks, architectures, databases, and cloud platforms
  • You’ve got a Master's or Bachelor’s in Computer Science, Engineering or Technical Service
  • You have experience with Java Application Servers such as Red Hat JBoss
  • You have experience with data modeling and ORM tools (e.g. Hibernate)
  • You’ve got architecture design experience using common design patterns
  • You have experience using Amazon Web Services (AWS) components in solutions
  • You’ve got experience working in a DevSecOps environment, using tools such as Jenkins and Ansible in CI/CD pipelines

 

Compensation for our Development Programs varies depending on a wide array of factors including but not limited to the specific office location, development program, role and skill set. As required by local law, Accenture Federal Services provides a reasonable range of compensation for roles that may be hired in California, Colorado, New York City or Washington as set forth below and information on benefits offered is here.    

Role Location: Range of Starting Pay for role  

  • California: $59,900 - $94,700
  • Colorado: $59,900 - $81,800
  • New York City: $69,300 - $94,700
  • Washington: $63,900 - $87,100

 

 

 
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Inclusion and diversity are fundamental to our culture and core values. Our rich diversity makes us more innovative and more creative, which helps us better serve our clients and our communities. Read more here
 
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