Vermont IT Jobs: Sr. Software Engineer in Montpelier Vermont

This is for EWA in Montpelier. They write software for the Department of Defense. I wish it weren’t necessary, but it is … and we might as well have the best and brightest on the job!! 🙂

Qualifications

The successful applicant will have a minimum of Bachelor of Science degree in Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Network Engineering, Management Information Systems, or Electrical Engineering with 7+ years experience in software specification, software design, programming (C, C++, .net), testing, and formal documentation. Excellent writing and verbal communication skills are a must. Network system administration experience and/or working knowledge of DoD software development practices are desired.

Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

Description of Work

EWA Government Systems Inc. (EWA), Montpelier, Vermont, has multiple, immediate openings for experienced software engineers in a variety of projects with long term growth involving multi-level security network development, Windows-based application development, and systems integration. Typical duties may include software design, computer programming, software integration, reverse engineering, configuration management, database development, network administration, and custom applications development in UNIX, Linux, and Windows-based environments. Projects will involve structured software design, development, testing, and documentation. Duties may involve hands-on work with specialized servers, gateways, VPNs, concentrators, firewalls, and encryption devices.

Contact

Click here to apply online.  Please use reference number GSI-220 when applying.

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