Leidos has a job opening for a Junior Java Developer in Charlottesville, VA.
Leidos has a position open for a Java Software Developer. The position will involve supporting java development and software engineering for a Web-Based, U.S. Army cloud project focused on Biometric capabilities. The candidate will also support other programs within the Command, Control, & Intelligence Division.
The candidate will be expected to contribute to software development and engineering activities. The team uses an Agile methodology, which includes Sprints and daily Scrums. Developers primarily focus on code changes, published through Git to other developers, and instantiated on a continuous build environment within the AWS cloud. Work is loosely divided into two general areas of interest: Web UI through Webservices, and NoSQL through data object persistence strategies (specifically Big Table implementations). On a daily basis, team members are responsible for reporting on their work, writing code and unit tests, checking their work into GIT, reviewing the work of other developers, testing the integration of their code with the system at large, and potentially debugging problems in the integration or test environments. The team works in a distributed office with a high degree of independence; good communications skills are a must, as well as proactive approach to seeking assistance within the team when problems arise.
-Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related discipline with an average 3.0 GPA.
-Able to work as a team member on a geographically distributed team. Place of employment is Alexandria, VA or Charlottesville, VA (some telework is authorized)
-Java in the context of Web Development (GWT, Struts, JSF, Spring MVC, etc)
-JBoss or Tomcat application servers, or similar
-Eclipse, Vim, NetBeans or other modern IDE
-Source code repository (Git, Subversion, Bitkeeper, etc)
-Able to obtain a DoD Top Secret Security Clearance
-US Citizenship is required.
Active DoD security clearance
-Good communications skills
-Google Widget Toolkit (GWT)
-SOAP or REST based Webservices
-Accumulo or other NoSQL database (BigTable implementation desirable)
-JUnit and Mock testing
-Enterprise Server Bus