Dark Wolf Solutions is looking for a DevSecOps Engineer who is interested in working on complex cloud-based DevOps solutions. Our software engineers are asked to solve challenging problems for unique customers and have a direct impact on the direction of software products and solutions used by those customers. US Citizenship is required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the Discovery and Framing process and follow-on user interviews.
  • Perform Test-Driven Development and agile methodologies.
  • Ability to work on high performing teams; work independently as well as with team members
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Support infrastructure provisioning (Infrastructure as Code) and simulation configuration (Configuration as Code) (CaC/IaC)
  • Able to troubleshoot issues to determine root-cause and drive to resolution
  • Perform paired programming with members of engineering team (contractor and government).
  • Refactor legacy applications into a 12-factor application SW architecture.
  • Decompose legacy applications into a micro service architecture.
  • Support the delivery of the application from an unclassified development environment to a classified staging and production environment on SIPR and other future domains.
  • Support troubleshooting with other teams (i.e. staging and production environment hosts) throughout all stages of the continuous delivery process.
  • Perform technical assessments of existing legacy SW, Commercial off-the shelf (COTS) SW and/or Government off-the Shelf (GOTS) SW and recommend a technical direction of the Product Team.
  • Perform legacy application refactoring, modifying legacy application to become cloud native.
  • Perform legacy application re-platforming, lifting and shifting legacy application into a PaaS.
  • Build products from Discovery and Framework through iterative production and delivery.
  • Plan and perform the work from a Prioritized Backlog of discrete, severable capabilities.
  • Support writing and sizing of capabilities, features, and user stories in an increment based on the approved prioritization, and identify stretch goals (additional features/stories) for each Scrum Team per increment.

Required Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 2-3 years’ experience in full stack development to include Java, Web services, Database, and web application development.
  • Demonstrated experience with one or more of the following programming languages for developing APIs and RESTful services: Java, Python, C#, .NET.
  • Ability to apply back-end development frameworks (e.g., Django, Spring, Grails) 
  • Experience with agile and lean philosophies.
  • Experience with pipeline automation tools such as Terraform, Ansible
  • Demonstrated with DevOps tools such as Jenkins and Git.
  • Experience working independently with clients or stakeholders conducting interviews, observations and surveys to successfully create a user-story.
  • Experience designing full-service consumer and business applications.
  • Experience with Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration techniques.
  • Experience with test-driven development and automated testing practices.
  • DOD 8570/ 8140 IAT Level 2 Certification (CompTIA Security +, SSCP, CCNA Security) compliant
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related field.

Desired Qualifications:

  • US Citizenship and Possesses a TS/SCI clearance preferred
  • Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems or equivalent
  • Experience with web-server configuration and RESTful microservice development (UNIX OS; Windows Server; Nodejs).
  • Experience with database integration (SQL, noSQL databases, database normalization, indexing technologies).
  • Proven experience writing and building applications using a 12-factor application SW architecture, micro services, and API.
  • Experience developing and deploying to AWS and C2S environments.

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