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Experienced C++ Developer at JHUAPL (Columbia, MD)

Introduction: The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (JH APL), an independent, nonprofit, national leader in technology research is seeking a creative Senior Software Engineer. JH APL conducts essential research, development, prototyping, analysis, integration, and systems engineering to address national security challenges. Our technical staff take pride in achieving practical, operationally sound solutions to complex challenges of national defense, with a focus on innovation, game-changing capabilities, affordability, and timeliness. Join our team and make an impact on the future of our Nation's capabilities.


Job Summary:  The Command, Control, and Communications Group (A4F) is looking to hire an enthusiastic software developer who is interested in all stages of the software development life cycle.  We currently contribute software expertise in areas including Aegis Combat System Modeling & Simulation (M&S), large-scale system architectures and frameworks, Augmented / Virtual Reality system development, and Comprehensive Layered Defeat.  We strive for continual improvement of our skills, tools, and techniques and are looking for people with the same drive.



1.   Participate in cross-enterprise teams to perform full life-cycle software development in C++.

2.   Contribute to software design and collaboration activities to ensure robust systems development through all phases of the software engineering life cycle.

3.   Effectively communicate proposed concepts, designs, and solutions to development teams. Produce documentation to capture concept definitions, requirements, design decisions, and technical recommendations.


Note: This job summary and listing of duties is for the purpose of describing the position and its essential functions at time of hire and may change over time.

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