• Senior Computer Scientist (CM)

    # of Openings
    Software Engineering
    Clearance Level
    TS/SCI with Polygraph
    US-MD-Annapolis Junction
  • Overview

    Support ad-hoc development efforts.


    Title of Position: Senior Computer Scientist


    Description of Position:

    • Support ad-hoc development efforts relating to ALLSPARK software development (analyze, design, develop, and test) and support front line systems engineering.


    Clearance Requirement:

    • TS/SCI with Polygraph
    • No CCAs will be considered

    Education and Experience Required:

    • Minimum of 7 years of computer science experience with high-level language software programming. (B.S. degree in CS can be substituted for 2 years)
    • Within the last 7 years, minimum of 5 years of LINUX experience
    • Javascript experience
    • Java experience
    • Python Experience (may need to write plug-ins to other projects)
    • Strong experience in LINUX (RedHat 6.x and CentOS).
    • Experience developing software on VMs
    • Experience with relational databases (MySQL preferred)
    • Apache Tomcat experience
    • Experience with RESTful interfaces
    • Experience with Software Configuration Management (Git preferred)
    • Familiar with Gradle
    • Experience with Jenkins
    • Must be willing to write system documentation

    ProSync's executive team creates and expands business opportunities, recruits talented and intelligent technology professionals, and fosters a company culture that empowers ProSync professionals to shape and mold the direction of their careers and the direction of ProSync.


    Employees of ProSync Technology Group, LLC and applicants for employment shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, religion, political affiliation, national origin, disability, sex, age, or marital status.


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