Junior Software Engineer

Job Description:
Job Description: A program in the Special Projects (SP) sub-mission area of the Cybersecurity and Special Missions (CSM) business area is enhancing the mission scheduling and command and control system for a satellite ground station in parallel with operations and sustainment support activities. This Software Engineer is responsible to develop code in compliance with requirements and defined architecture support discrepancy report (DR) work-off support Test Engineering for integration and test activities and events participate in Discrepancy Report Review Board (DRRB), as needed occasionally, provide support to operations (remotely and on-site), and occasionally, provide input to cost estimation efforts for MCRs, ECPs, and proposals. This position reports to the SW Lead for the program. Based on experience this position may be hired as a Junior Software Engineer or Software Engineer. Required Skills: Must currently hold an active TS/SCI, SSBI security clearance 2+ years software engineering experience 2+ years of C++ experience Desired Skills: Knowledge and/or experience with command and control Java knowledge/experience Knowledge of system integration and system test Demonstrated ability to effectively work with and communicate with all levels of management and individual contributors on the program team Proven written and oral communication skills, including presentation skills. Experience with Microsoft Office suite of tools Engineering experience on a government software development contract Experience with complex satellite ground systems, particularly previous deployment of developed systems to ground station operations Experience in architecture design/development of SW centric system Qualified Raytheon Six Sigma Specialist or equivalent. Applicant subject to a U.S. government security background investigation and must meet minimum eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Current TS/SCI security clearance required. U.S. citizenship required. 86244

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