Job Opportunity: Our team is seeking a talented Senior Full Stack Developer to work in our Reston, VA location. 

What You'll Get to Do as a Senior Full Stack Developer

  • Mentor and lead other team members by example as part of a focused, multidisciplinary delivery team.
  • Build applications and components using a combination of AWS services, Serverless frameworks, Kubernetes and containerization approaches, and microservice design patterns.
  • Create and design front-end applications using ReactJS to follow US Web Design System standards, user-centered design approaches, and UI/UX best practices.
  • Collaborate with customers and team members as part of an Agile lifecycle to gather, understand, and refine platform and application requirements.
  • Follow DevSecOps best practices for full security integration, infrastructure as code, operational visibility, and Site Reliability Engineering practices.
  • Work with and advise a multidisciplinary team to deliver development, test, and production system environments.

You’ll Bring These Qualifications

  • Independent with a mindset toward continuous learning, a drive for self-study and enrichment, and resourcefulness.
  • Strong communication skills and customer-facing level of polish.
  • Able to produce lightweight but useful documentation of service design and framework APIs.
  • Able to mentor team members and set direction for process, high expectations of quality, coordination, and technical expertise.
  • Able to independently research, specify, and design systems using supportable best practices in consideration of tradeoffs, maintainability, and market support

8+ Years of experience across the following:

  • Agile lifecycle based on Kanban, Scrum, SAFe, or other frameworks
  • Automated software delivery in a CI/CD environment using Jenkins, Gitlab CI, or similar
  • Front-end frameworks based on ReactJS
  • Section 508 compliance
  • Java or NodeJS RESTful API design and implementation
  • Git-based version control
  • Relational databases and SQL, NoSQL datastores
  • Design and implementation of asynchronous, scalable, and high-load systems using queues, eventual consistency, and internet-scale principles
  • Automated unit and integration testing technologies such as Junit, TestNG, Jest, Selenium, Cucumber
  • Federal application security practices including OWASP, Zero-trust principles, encryption at rest and in transit
  • Experience with the following technology domains in a production system environment:
  • One or more of:  Kubernetes, AWS EKS, AWS Fargate, Red Hat OpenShift
  • One or more of:  Serverless Framework deployed on AWS, AWS Lambda with AWS API Gateway
  • One or more of:  Terraform, AWS CloudFormation

Preferred qualifications:

  • AWS certified developer associate, architect associate, DevOps professional, or architect professional
  • OpenAPI3 service specification
  • Experience with Istio or other service mesh

About OneGlobe:

OneGlobe LLC was founded in 2005 to provide quality Information Technology solutions that exceed expectations. We focus on IT System Modernization using agile software development practices and DevSecOps to deliver intuitive and maintainable systems that we help our customers improve their processes and capabilities. 

We provide full service IT solutions and have the skill to identify, plan and perform cost-saving steps throughout the system lifecycle to enhance system efficiency, while optimizing the value that we deliver to our customers.  Our team has the drive and right mindset to feel ownership on the projects they work. They partner with our customers to give the extra effort sometimes required to deliver success.

We provide highly competitive benefits package to include: extensive medical/dental/vision, 7% of your annual salary toward 401(k), Paid Time Off (PTO), $5K annually toward ongoing education and training, and more. We also have monthly social and tech events! 

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OneGlobe is a proud equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, political affiliation or veteran status.

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