Sr. AIDE Systems Developer

US-FL-Tampa
1 month ago
Job ID
2017-1130
# of Openings
2
Category
Information Technology

Overview

Assists in the design, development and maintenance of the AIDE architecture and applications using various software languages, environments, and technologies to rapidly respond to user requirements in support of United States Central Command (USCENTCOM).  Provide technical support and coding troubleshooting for these applications and platforms.  Use Agile Development processes to gather requirements and conduct design, implementation, test and maintenance actions.

Responsibilities

AIDE Systems Developer for USCENTCOM J3 supporting all design, development, engineering, testing, and integration of applications, web services, and APIs. 

·        Engineer and architect web services integrated into the AIDE system for Mission Command, Staff Services and Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination disciplines

·        Engineer and architect web services integrated into AIDE with an understanding of the Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) cybersecurity methodologies to standardize security protocols within networks, servers, computers, and logical designs to enhance overall security and implementing the appropriate methodologies to build a secure AIDE environment.

·        Maintain technical documentation of AIDE web service Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to enable data sharing.

·        Implement and follow change/service management procedures to optimize operations and system availability for AIDE users

 

Qualifications

Skills required are as follows:

Languages: GoLang, C, JavaScript (Sencha and/or REACT), Bash, Python.

Environments: CQL, SQL, Linux RedHat Enterprise 6 & 7, PostGress, Elasticsearch, Lucena, Google Earth Enterprise, GeoServer

Applications and Tools: Putty

 

Security + certification

Red Hat Certified Architect

 

7 years w/ Associates

4 years w Bachelors

 

 

Security Clearance:

TS/SCI

 

 

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