Software Systems Engineer (TS SCI-Poly) - (00049792)
The Magnolia Project is part of P581’s DOJ Cyber Portfolio and supports our sponsor with a variety of technical tasks in the area of cyber security and systems engineering. This project offers the opportunity to dive into complex, and rewarding work with high visibility and potential. As a Systems Engineer/Software Developer you will work side-by-side with members of the Law Enforcement and Intelligence Communities and to leverage your experience and skills to have a direct impact on national security. You’ll be able to draw on your expertise in software development and systems engineering to provide the sponsor with innovative solutions to further the cyber mission.
We are searching for DOJ-cleared staff with experience in software engineering best practices to lead an immediate, high-priority, high-visibility task to help transition MITRE-developed tools to sponsor and contractor O&M steady-state. Candidates will need to bring a fresh perspective to identify, revise and implement key elements of existing tools needed to ensure a successful transition, including additional documentation, standard procedures, and similar artifacts. Candidates should have experience with diverse tools to maintain code-level system documentation and tools suitable to provide usable documentation for technically-savvy end-users. Experience with cyber analysis and related workflows is desirable. This is a rare opportunity to gain exposure and insight into how a premier organization uses these tools in support of their law enforcement mission. It is also an opportunity to be at the forefront of transitioning MITRE-developed prototypes to fully-fledged operational use.
- Current or former software developer
- Ability to engage with technical staff and end-users alike
- Strong writing ability
- Understanding cyber workflows and data
- Systems engineering
BS and 3 years experience
Chantilly, Virginia 20151-3707
SW Eng, Comp Sci & Mathematics
This requisition requires a clearance of:
Yes, 10 % of the Time
Oct 19, 2018, 11:41:26 AM