Mid Level Software Engineer 10813

Company Name:
Camber Corporation
Camber Corporation is currently seeking several Software Engineers to work at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, to support the Pursuer Surveillance Software Program.
Candidates will work with a team of technical experts, serving a vital part in enhancing technology, and contributing to the warfighter needs. The candidate will support the Surveillance & Reconnaissance Systems Division within Crane, and we are looking for candidates with a Software Engineering background; Software Engineers who are familiar with SDLC processes, who take a system engineering approach to product development. Candidates should have experience with Java, as well as a Bachelor''s in Engineering, CS, or a related field.
We are immediately hiring for several funded positions, but are also seeking candidates for additional opportunities in May.
Programming Language Experience: JAVA, C/C++, (C#.NET, , Microsoft .NET Framework experience a plus).
OS Experience: Linux, UNIX, Windows
Bachelor's Degree required in Engineering, CE, CS or related Technical Field
3+ years of direct applicable SDLC experience.
3-5+ years of experience with C/C++ and JAVA.
1+ years of experience using AGILE and SCRUM development.
Experience setting up and maintaining Software Development Environments is a plus.
Ability to write technical documents.
SECRET Security Clearance; or ability to obtain.
Job Duties:
Implement specified features and capabilities in software for an Airborne Imaging and Mapping System; Perform Requirements Analysis, Develop specifications, Develop Software, Execute tests, Develop Design and Test Documentation.
Position Location: Bloomington, IN
Requisition #: 10813
# of openings: 1

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