Reverse Engineer - Military veterans preferred

ManTech (


  full-time   employee   contract

United States

ManTech’s Cyber Forensics Team is looking for highly motivated professionals to serve as a Mobile Forensic Engineer.
This is a highly challenging and rewarding position with significant impact on national security offering the opportunity for rapid upward mobility. A wide range of knowledge and skills are needed, such as computer forensics/mobile device forensics, data recovery,reverse engineering, intrusion analysis and methodologies, intelligence analysis, vulnerability assessments, and technical reporting for various government customers.

Responsibilities include:
Candidates must be experienced in several and will work on projects pertaining to one or more of the following technologies:

- Ability to program in a language such as C, C++,.NET, Python, Java, etc.
- Familiarity with iOS or Android operating systems
- Experience imaging digital media
- Knowledge of common digital forensic techniques and practices
- Experience flashing and using custom ROM's
- Development/Analysis of mobile device applications
- Ability to read and understand assembly code(ARM, x86, x64, etc.)
- Experience utilizing commercial imaging tools such as Cellebrite and XRY
- Reverse engineering or application tear-down experience is a plus

Applicants are expected to bring expert-level knowledge in several areas; familiarity with other areas will be gained through on-the-job exposure.

Position Requirements:

BS in Computer Science or related field and 1-2+
years of related experience

6 months hands on experience in one or more of
the following: digital forensics, mobile device application development/analysis,
computer programming, or digital media imaging.

Strong technical written and verbal
communication skills are essential.

Security Requirements: U.S. Citizenship and an active DoD
TS/SCI with Poly.

Keywords: Android, iOS, ARM, computer forensics, computer
programming, GSM, CDMA, ROM, digital media imaging, SIM, Cellebrite, XRY,
reverse engineering.

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