Cross Domain Software Developer
CROSS DOMAIN SOFTWARE DEVELOPER – DEFENCE (SC CLEARED)
We have an exciting new contract opportunity based in Hillend as a Cross Domain Software Developer.
The role will be an initial 12-month contract and will provide you with the opportunity to develop systems that exploit tactical data links to enhance and optimise Command, Control and Situational Awareness across the whole battlespace.
- Ownership of requirements, design and implementation, and test to a high standard, within schedule and estimates
- Software development of solutions
- Testing of completed functionality
- Adherence to project processes and software development practices
- Reporting on progress and providing feedback to team members and leadership
- Supporting System Test and Integration Activities
- Production of appropriate technical documentation
- Diagnosing and solving identified issues
- Design of technical solutions
- Estimation of development activities
As part of the software team, you will be expected to work closely with team members, and support the team and/or project leadership in daily activities.
Key skills & qualifications
- Software development lifecycle and processes (e.g. design, coding, unit testing) and tools (e.g. UML design tools, code IDEs)
- Experience of software development including desktop-based applications in an appropriate language: C++, Java
- Windows or Linux target environments
- Object-oriented design/development including UML
- Project specific tools and processes such as DOORS, Enterprise Architect
- A knowledge of Tactical Data Links and Datalink processing from a software implementation perspective
- MFC experience
What we’re looking for in you
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Well-developed analytical/ problem solving/ decision making skills.
- Strong organisational skills who is adaptable in a fast-paced environment.
- Stakeholder management skills.
Rate: 59.03 per hour (inside IR35)
AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.