Are you passionate about solving challenging problems?

Do you thrive being a critical part of an elite team of like-minded people?

How would you like for your next career move to take you to the next level?

If any of this sounds appealing, look no further.

 

Job Description:

The Software Engineer develops, maintains, and enhances complex and diverse software systems (e.g., processing-intensive analytics, novel algorithm development, manipulation of extremely large data sets, real-time systems, and business management information systems) based upon documented requirements. Works individually or as part of a team. Reviews and tests software components for adherence to the design requirements and documents test results. Resolves software problem reports. Utilizes software development and software design methodologies appropriate to the development environment. Provides specific input to the software components of system design 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, and requirements analysis and synthesis from system level to individual software components.

 

Job Role Skills:

Level 2

  • Prior/current use and knowledge of Java Development, familiar with aspects of Search and Content Discovery Engineering that includes definition, design, development, integration, testing, deployment, and engineering life cycle support. Worked with the following technologies: Java Development JDK 1.7 / 1.8 (or higher); J2EE Technologies; REST API, SOAP; Apache Web Serve / Apache Tomcat Server; HTML, CSS & Webservices; JavaScript frameworks Node / Angular / Express; RedHat Linux; GitLab, Jenkins, Nexus Repository, CloudFormation; AWS Technologies (API Gateway, S3, Lamba, etc.).
  • Experience in programming and large system software design and development, with knowledge of UNIX/Linux utilizing Agile methodology.
  • Support software application migration from an on-premise data center to a cloud environment. Work closely with the client to satisfy rapidly emerging requirements and must be able to work as part of a team to design and implement solutions that meet the customer's issues and concerns.
  • Lead and mentor more junior members of the team in the performance of project tasks
  • As a member of a large Search and Content Discovery team the candidate will assist in several projects; Faceted Search, Federated Search, Enterprise Catalogs, Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Feeds, Web Dispatcher, Image Search, White Pages Search, plus searching by subject, country, and other relevant categories. 
  • The search capabilities will be maintained across multiple communities on multiple fabrics. Work closely with the client to satisfy rapidly emerging requirements and must be able to work as part of a team to design and implement solutions that meet the customer's issues and concerns.

 

Qualifications:  Fourteen (14) years’ experience in programs and contracts of similar scope, type and complexity within the Federal Government is required. Bachelor’s degree in System Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering Science, Engineering Management, or related discipline from an accredited college or university is required. Five (5) years of additional SE experience may be substituted for a bachelor’s degree.

 

Additional Requirements:

TS/SCI clearance with poly

 

So what does Novetta do?

Novetta is an advanced big data analytics company with over two decades of experience solving problems of national significance for government agencies and commercial enterprises worldwide. We have pioneered disruptive technologies and solutions in four key areas of advanced analytics: data, cyber, open source/media, and multi-int analytics. Our specialties include data fusion and entity analytics, digital forensics, geospatial intelligence, biometrics and identify intelligence, cyber/network security services, threat detection, malware analysis, signals processing, cloud analytics, ISR, discovery workflow engineering, systems engineering, and SOC support.

 

Our culture is shaped by a commitment to our Core Values:

Integrity & Accountability: We hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards of integrity and ethics.

Customer Mission Success: Customer mission success drives our daily efforts—we strive always to exceed customer expectations and focus on mission success.

Employee Focus: We value our employees and demonstrate our commitment to them by providing clear communications, outstanding benefits, career development, and opportunities to work on problems and technical challenges of national significance.

Excellence in Execution:  We value flawless execution of our goals and lead by example to create a culture our employees are proud of and our customers seek out.

Innovation: We believe that innovation is critical to our success – that discovering new and more effective ways to achieve customer mission success is what makes us a great company.

 

Get a referral bonus for the great people you know! With our amazing referral program, you could be eligible to earn outstanding rewards for referring qualified new hires to Novetta.

Novetta is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

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