Web Developer/Application Engineer - Military veterans preferred

SAIC (www.saic.com)


  full-time   employee

United States



SAIC is seeking creative, detail-oriented and experienced Software Developers to join an energetic and versatile team responsible for addressing the requirements, engineering, installation and operations/maintenance of an IC customer’s web applications. Positions are located throughout the Northern Virginia area.  

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:


  • Evaluate and assist in the selection and procurement of hardware and software technologies.
  • Perform O&M and full lifecycle software development activities on enterprise IT applications.
  • Identify, analyze, define, and coordinate user, customer and stakeholder needs and translates them into technical requirements. 
  • Work with stakeholders as well as technical and analytical counterparts to define constraints and develop requirements and concept of operations documentation.  
  • Identify technical risks and develop mitigation strategies.  
  • Provide conceptual design, prototype, and test cycles appropriate to a chosen technical solution. 



  • Must have a current/active TS/SCI with Polygraph
  • Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or related field and minimum 10 years related experience
  • Strong experience with any of the following: JAVA/J2EE, RUBY, MYSQL, NoSQL C++, C#, .NET, PYTHON, SHAREPOINT or PERL  
  • Experience with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and web services technologies (SOAP, REST, ESB, Stylesheets, JSP, PHP)  
  • Experience with web server technologies such as WebLogic or Apache HTTP  
  • Experience with software reuse methodologies and tools, preferably design tools based on the Universal Modeling Language, Java Applets, Java Script, and XML  
  • Knowledge of Oracle, SQL, Spring Framework, Struts, Elasticsearch, and Mongo
  • Ability to prepare technical documentation  
  • Solid oral and written communication skills, with the demonstrated ability to communicate complex technical topics to management and non-technical audiences.