Software Developer

Job Description BAE Systems Panama City, FL has an opportunity for a Software Developer needed for a software dominant project. US Citizenship and an active DOD Clearance are required for this position. Typical Education & Experience Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 6 years work experience or equivalent experience Required Skills and Education Experienced Software Application Development using ANSI C++ (3 years). Ability to develop source code which fulfills the requirements of US Navy Software Requirements Specification. Ability to accept tasking from the Senior Software Engineer, within the Agile Software development processes. Ability to follow Software Development Plan guidance and processes so as to generate code, technical software descriptions, and other artifacts as required by the rigorous software development processes. Ability to work cooperatively with other developers, an testers in the development of the system. Experienced in reviewing future requirements data packages, preparing for and participating in technical working groups and team meetings, including Sprint Close out Reviews, Interface Working Group and In Process Reviews as called upon. Good oral and written communication skills Good organizational skills Preferred Skills and Education Application Development using ANSI C++11/14 standard Application Development on Windows 7/10, Red Hat Linux, and Mac Operating Systems Familiarity with interacting with standard web services, including JSR 224 (XML services) and JSR 331 (REST-ful web services) Familiarity with JenkinsCI , Mercurial Distributed Version Control System, and the SCRUM Agile development methodology. Familiarity with Atlassian Toolset (Jira, Confluence). Knowledge of various minewarfare systems including ALMDS, AN/AQS-24, COBRA, KnifeFish, Barracuda, UISS, MK-18, AMNS, and RMS (AN/AQS-20A). 41700BR
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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