Work as a computer programmer and analyst on a diverse contract team supporting a DoD client. Apply expertise in computer programming, coding, and software analysis at both the high-language and machine-language levels, performing in-depth technical analysis of the functionality, capabilities, and vulnerabilities of the programming software of foreign military integrated combat systems, and authoring or contributing to in-depth scientific and technical intelligence assessments that convey the results of the analysis to a broad spectrum of government consumers. Collaborate closely on research, analysis, and production efforts within the team, and active coordination with multiple analytic partners across the DoD and US intelligence community.
- Experience with computer programming, coding, and software analysis and evaluation
- Experience with programming in C/C++, Python, or other assembly languages
- Ability to analyze computer code for potentially exploitable vulnerabilities
- Ability to write programs to support software reverse engineering analysis
- Ability to use software, including Microsoft Office for word processing, developing and maintaining spreadsheets and databases, and preparing presentations
- TS/SCI clearance
- BA or BS degree
- Experience with all-source scientific and technical intelligence research, analysis, and production or computer programming analysis to support DoD or US government agencies
- Experience with hardware and software integration
- Experience with software configuration management tools and methods
- Experience with other programming languages, including C#
- Experience with emulators and simulators
- Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
- MA or MS degree in CS or a related field
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required.
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