Software Developer, TS/SCI & Poly Required - Military veterans preferred

2022-01-22
SAIC (www.saic.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


Herndon
Virginia
20171
United States

Description

SAIC is seeking a highly motivated, software developer with cloud expertise to lead, develop, and support multiple projects on an exciting ops focused program!  You will develop applications and bring new enhanced ideas to support a virtual program.  The software developer will work in an operational environment that is highly reliant on cloud and related emerging technologies. In this role you will participate with Customer PMs to establish strategic plans and objectives, as well as make recommendations on project work matters to ensure effective achievements of program, project, or organizational objectives. You will also be expected to work independently and as part of a team of software developers and machine learning engineers to develop tools and applications based on mission requirements.

Qualifications

  • Current TS/SCI with Poly
  • Bachelor’s Degree or (4 years of relevant experience may substitute in lieu of degree) with at least 14 years of experience.
  • Expertise in:
    • Developing using Django for Python
    • Developing using React framework for Javascript
    • AWS/C2S
  • Experience in:
    • A&A process and documentation
    • Gathering requirements from end-users
    • JIRA
    • Agile development
    • Serving as organization spokesperson on projects
  • Must be highly motivated, and able to work well alone and as part of a team.

 




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