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Full Time Grails
Programmer. Lockheed Martin Space Systems Denver, CO
Software Engineer Job Description - Level 4 position
Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company Littleton, CO.
This position is in support of the Constellation project the next generation of manned space flight http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/constellation/ . The group is developing a suite of tools to aid in the management of avionics integration, and verification labs for Constellation. The tools include lab management (lab scheduling, lab inventory, lab configuration, task & discrepancy management) , Test Automation tools, and Data Analysis tools.
Candidate shall be capable of:
• Performing the entire software application development lifecycle: design, implementation, test, integration, and support
• Minimum two years programming in Java / J2EE
• Experience using Unix / Linux
• Ability to deal with rapidly evolving tasks and requirements
• Ability to creatively solve problems with loose guidance
• Ability to create software design models
• Have strong object-oriented and Java programming skills
Candidate will be experienced in:
• Developing software applications in a J2EE environment using Java, AOP, JMS, JDBC, EJB3, Hibernate, JSF, Facelets, JBoss Seam, JBoss application server, and TestNG.
• Experience with developing SOA or distributed systems
• Experience using a development environment that includes JBoss developer studio, Eclipse, Maven, and Subversion.
• Experience with AJAX
• Experience developing and using web services in Java (XML, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, BEPL etc).
• Data Modeling of large complex data sets
• Understanding of Space Craft Telemetry
• Experience with Space Craft Avionics Integration & System test.
• Experience with Space Craft Simulation
• Integrating software systems using the Mule ESB is a plus
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