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Software Engineer/Web Developer - TBMCS

Software Engineer/Web Developer - TBMCS
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Software Engineer to work in a full-time capacity developing web software and application support for a Department of Defense C2IR enterprise system.
In this position you will analyzing user requirements; envisioning system features and functionality; design and develop user interfaces to applications; complete programming; designing and conducting tests; integrate applications by designing database architecture and server scripting; studying and establishing connectivity with network systems, search engines, and information servers.
This is a challenging, but very rewarding, opportunity to work on a very complex system with Education Assistance. Position is full time with benefits, in Layton, Utah and requires security clearance qualification. Send resume, years of experience, certifications and salary requirements to gpetersen@tope.us.
Candidate must have in-depth knowledge and at least five years experience with JAVA J2EE application using Servlets, POJO, JSP and Applets. Experience with TSQL, XML, C/C++, shell scripting, VB, HTML, Javascript and TBMCS or Air Operations Centers is desired.
Possession of a bachelors of science degree in software engineering, computer science, information systems or mathematics or a national security clearance are a plus.
This is a challenging, but very rewarding, opportunity to work on a very complex system with Education Assistance. Position is full time with benefits, in Layton, Utah and requires security clearance qualification. Send resume, years of experience, certifications and salary requirements to gpetersen@tope.us.
Contact: Gary Petersen
Email: gpetersen@tope.us
Send resume, years of experience, certifications and salary requirements to gpetersen@tope.us

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