|Title||SOFTWARE ENGINEER (Ref. #1497) (Middletown, RI)|
|Job Description|| |
MRC is looking for software professionals with 0-5 years experience who will work directly Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport. Duties for this position may include, providing software development, design and documentation support for the following required qualifications. Provide support in developing/updating software engineering process (CMMI or similar). Participates in the testing process through test review and analysis, test witnessing and certification of software. Candidates for these positions should have good oral and written communication skills as well as a knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
|Background in any/all of the following is preferred:|| |
Required Qualifications: Applicants must have an active, or be eligible for, US Government Secret security clearance. The applicant must have good knowledge of MATLAB and must be able to do advance programming. Be knowledgeable of low level binary data reading techniques. Moderate C/C++ skills.
Education: BS in related field.
Preferred Qualifications: Java Programming knowledge is preferable. Knowledgeable in Microsoft SQL Server is preferable. Website design is preferable.
|Location||RI – MIDDLETOWN|
Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance.
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