Software Engineer working on MIDDLEWARE’s TTO-2.2 in support of the Corporate Reusable Software team (JBlocks). Position involves design, development and documentation of policy-driven software for use in cloud-based systems. Significant interaction with a wide variety of other programs is expected in this role; new requirements are levied regularly on the JBlocks team and are dynamic in complexity. Candidate must be able to create work plans from nebulous/conflicting requirements and communicate ideas and status updates to leadership. Candidate must have experience with Java programming, Smart Data, and access control. Intimate understanding of the Customer’s organization is critical for this role.
Minimum Required Skills/Experience
TS/SCI Clearance with full-scope polygraph
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in computer engineering or in a field related to the computer engineering or computer science disciplines
5 years of Software Engineering experience. An additional 4+ years of Software Engineering experience may be substituted for the degree for a total of 9 years.
2+ years experience with Linux, Eclipse. Maven, and Java
2+ years work experience in the SIGINT, IA, or IT domains
Critical Skills At least four of the following skills are required:
Experience with Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) – centered around authorization
Familiarity with XACML / other access control policy language
Familiarity with OAuth / OIDC
Experience with the SMP Register and Manual, and generally with data security policies and common data marking formats as they apply to classified environments
Experience interacting with the corporate ICAM solution, specifically attributes and authorization
Familiarity with object-oriented programming theory and best practices for the modularization and decoupling of complex processes
Experience with UML diagrams and/or other methods of expressing the implementation and operation of software
Experience implementing multi-threaded applications and with the optimization of complex processes and data structures