For Project Manager Electronic Warfare & Cyber, the Senior Software Engineer collaborates with system users, requirements owners, and developmental contractors to translate operational requirements into software requirements, designs, and implementation
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Duties include, but not limited to:
- Participates in planning, coordinating, scheduling, directing, and controlling engineering and technical support activities applicable to software development and integration of software tools/capabilities onto a variety of execution platforms
- Participates in the development and execution of software and system test strategies
- Reviews and assesses developmental contractor software code to ensure compliance with government-provided coding and cybersecurity standards
- Participates in government oversight of contractor software development activities, to include as a supporting team member in agile development paradigm activities (e.g., scrums, sprint retrospectives), developing software acceptance criteria, and generating recommendations to the government Assistant Product Manager regarding development, development planning, development/test automation tools, requirements prioritization, test, evaluation, cross-system integration, and fielding/delivery, and post-delivery support of software-based systems
- Provides integrated, multi-disciplinary solution recommendations for resolution of technical problems
Knowledge and Skills
The required skills and knowledge include:
- US Citizenship and TS/SCI Security Clearance
- 8 years of direct experience with software development
- 3 years of experience managing software development teams
- 3 years in cyber or C4ISR systems
- Experience with Agile methodologies (Scrum, Kanban, Extreme Programming, Scaled Agile Framework)
- Experience leading a "large team" (e.g. oversaw at least two agile teams)
- Experience with DevOps tools (e.g., Jira, Confluence, Jenkins, BitBucket, Git, Nexus)
- Experience with continuous integration and continuous delivery
- Experience with version control systems (e.g., Mercurial, Git)
- Experience with Unix-based (to include Linux and Android) and Windows operating systems
- Experience with Powershell Installation scripting
The minimum level of education required is: BS and/or graduate degree(s) in Engineering or Information Technology
The desired skills, knowledge, and education include
- Excellent communications skills including the ability to generate and deliver focused briefings on complex topics to senior leaders
- Ability to work on, and/or lead, multi-functional/multi-disciplinary teams.
- Familiarity with Application Programming Interfaces
- Familiarity with DoD 5000 acquisition lifecycle processes
Physical requirements for the job include the ability to work in an office and lab environment.
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