Data Engineering Software Developer. The data engineering software developer must have experience working in the defense industry, preferably with various intelligence disciplines and an understanding of the data associated with various intelligence disciplines. The software developer's primary role is to acquire, create, and leverage resources (i.e. tools and data) and integrate advanced technologies to reduce procedural inefficiencies on the Project and aid Project analysts' innovation. The developer must be capable of providing innovative solutions that enhance problem solving analytical capabilities, streamline or automate analytical processes, and optimize organizational impact. The developer must have experience in supporting system specifications evaluations, along with test and evaluation of new or improved processing algorithms to solve hard target problems. The developer must be willing to work in an agile-development and fast-paced environment to satisfy team members' and customer needs. The developer must have experience with geospatial data and the development of geospatially-based analytical models is desired. The developer must be experienced in developing software in the GIS context and be comfortable with common coding standards and platforms (including but not limited to ESRI development environment, Python, C#, PERL). The developer must have web development experience and experience with Hadoop and MapReduce is desired. A strong background in SQL, Oracle (PL/SQL), or SQL Server (T-SQL) is required. Experience with text processing, natural language processing (NLP), named entity recognition (NER), entity topic extraction, summarization, clustering,etc. is desired. Lastly, the technologist will serve as the internal network and system administrator for ensuring the availability, performance, and security of all the Project’s computing devices connected to the Project’s internal network.
Must be a U.S. citizen capable of getting a Secret clearance, and TS eligible. Having a clearance is preferred out of the gate but not mandatory.