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We are seeking a Software Engineer to develop, maintain, and enhance complex and diverse software systems (e.g., processing-intensive analytics, develop novel algorithms, manipulate extremely large data sets, real-time systems, and business management information systems) based upon documented requirements. In this role, the software engineer will work individually or as part of a team providing input on the software components of system designs to include hardware/software trade-offs, software reuse, use of Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)/Government off-the-shelf (GOTS) in place of new development, etc. Please consider applying if you have the following required qualifications and experience.
TS/SCI with polygraph security clearance.
Bachelor of Science degree in computer science, computer engineering, or a related discipline and at least twenty (20) years of general experience as a Software Engineer in software-intensive projects and programs for government or industry customers. In lieu of a degree, at least 24 years of relevant experience is required.
Experience analyzing user requirements to derive software design and performance requirements.
Ability to debug existing software and correct defects.
Experience designing and coding new software or modifying existing software to add new features. Experience or familiarity with the following tech stack: