Will design, develop, test, field, and maintain software applications in support of NASIC requirements.
Expertise in developing Java backend programs and PHP web-based interfaces
Jquery, Jquery-UI, Bootstrap front-end framework.
Develop and maintain an Oracle database.
The applicant will be required to support analysis and production of related functional threads on-site at NASIC.
The applicant will be required to perform activities necessary for daily operations including: data analysis, analytic innovation in support of emerging operational requirements, product generation and dissemination, product classification and security review, Request for Information (RFI) management, presentations, production and mission related meetings, metric collection, workflow management, data management, system performance documentation, specific capability testing support, and mission related training.
The applicant will be required to produce integrated products between the threads listed below as multiple-source products. The contractor shall support 24x7 operations based on mission requirements. The contractor shall provide planning and execution of call-in plans to provide the operational support needed for ad-hoc, crisis or high profile events. The contractor shall support Government defined Quality Control (QC) processes for all analytical products.
Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Electronics Engineering or other Engineering or Technical discipline is required. Four additional years of applicable experience may be substituted for the degree.
Must have strong knowledge in software systems design and sustainment across the full software development life cycle.
This position requires the selected candidate to hold an active Department of Defense Top Secret/SCI security clearance which requires US citizenship while working in support of a government contract.
Must have strong communication skills and work well in a team.
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