Senior Software Engineer in Annapolis Junction, Maryland - requires Top Secret/SCI with polygraph
Jennifer Roth Drury
posted 6 years ago
Senior Software Engineer to help with the design and development of web services. The team is responsible for developing framework services for data processing, messaging, eventing, data access, and other services used by various analytical applications.
The Senior Software Engineer must be a competent in Java and JEE software development.
The team responds to operational mission needs requiring team members to be flexible and able to quickly adjust to changing requirements.
Strong software (Java, JEE) development skills
Able to work in a flexible environment
Able to work with minimal requirements
Desired Skills: Previous experience developing web-services (SOAP, REST)
Knowledge/Experience with the following technologies: XML, RDF, JMS, EJB3, Oracle, JBoss Previous experience with Linux
Top Secret/SCI with polygraph
KEYW is an adaptable, powerfully capable company whose members have made many important, creative contributions to science, defense, space and the intelligence community. We take pride in these contributions to security and the quality of life. Even more, we are grateful to our customers for entrusting critically important tasks to us. The people of KEYW take on new challenges with confidence and commitment. We are an unbeatable team with the technical, management and financial capacity to perform the tough assignments of the future.
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