• Senior Android Software Developer

    Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
    Business Unit
    No Clearance Required
    Location : Location
  • Overview

    i3 is seeking a Senior Level Android Developer that is passionate about Mobile platforms and Mobile development. You will be working with our team of talented engineers to design and build the next generation mobile applications for the United States Marine Corps. The application will support a handheld ground fires / close air, Program of Record, software suite designed to make it easier for the marine to do their job more effectively and reduce the chance of human errors.


    You will be responsible for architecting, designing and building advanced applications for the Android platform using Java. Your role will include team mentorship and technical leadership as well as collaborating with cross-functional teams to define requirements, design and new features. You will be responsible for Unit testing code for robustness, including edge cases, usability and functionality. You will work as a team member on a Scrum team following the Agile process. Other responsibilities will include Performing code reviews to be the first line of defense and improve product quality, implementing bug fixes and improving application performance.


    Required Skills/Experience:

    • 10+ years of related experience
    • BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering or related technical discipline
    • Ability to demonstrate knowledge in software development
    • Working knowledge of Android development
    • Understanding of the full mobile development lifecycle
    • Experience with Java, C# and Object Oriented Development
    • Working knowledge of all software development processes and documentation

    Desired Skills:

    • Familiarity with Agile development process
    • Experience with Windows and UNIX/Linux environments
    • Solid problem solving and communication skills
    • A current Secret Security Clearance is desired


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