Chantilly, VA, USA | Booz Allen Hamilton
Functions:IT / Information Technology
Job Description:127 people have viewed this job
Are you passionate about crafting an amazing user experience? The right interface can make a tool easy to use, encourage early adoption, and save time and resources. We’re looking for you, a front-end developer who will use equal parts skill and vision to build an experience that delivers functionality and efficiency.
We need an experienced front end developer who will use their passion to guide a development team to learn new tools and techniques, identify and implement system improvements, and mentor teammates. This is an opportunity to solve problems for an intelligence community client by collaborating with a development team to build custom tools with user-centric design. You’ll support a lab-to-factory environment by working with UI/UX designers and back-end developers to create a seamless user experience using Java, Angular, and JSOn in an Agile environment. Your team will ensure accessibility for all users by developing a front-end that functions across browsers, platforms, and devices while meeting accessibility and security requirements. With mentoring, positive code reviews, and opportunities to learn new tools and skills, we focus on growing as a team to make the best solutions for our customers. Join us as we build systems to change the intelligence community for the better.
Empower change with us.
-11+ years of experience with programming in Java, Angular, and JSOn in an Agile environment
-Experience in working with Neo4j, MySQL, IntelliJ, and ELK, including Elasticsearch, LogStash, and Kibana
-Experience with working in an AWS cloud environment
-Experience with developing in a Linux environment
-Experience with developing and implementing microservices
-Ability to support the full software development life cycle, including development, deployment, testing, and monitoring
-TS/SCI clearance with a polygraph
-BA or BS degree
Nice If You Have:
-Experience with developing Spring Boot microservices
-Experience with using Node or Apache web servers
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