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Software Engineer

Company Name:
KEYW Corporation
Responsibilities:
Description:
The prospective candidate will be joining a small team (2-3) in the process of developing a Cyber Learning Management System (LMS) for use in training high-end government cyber operations personnel. The team members employ and integrate a variety of technologies including databases, virtualization, and a web-based GUI. The team ensures the LMS is capable of handling training experiences coming from structured and unstructured sources for all users.
Qualifications:
Required Skills:
Ruby on Rails with a strong understanding of RESTful API design
Experience implementing, deploying and administering MySQL database and Apache HTTP Server in a Linux and Windows environment.
JavaScript, HTML and CSS experience is necessary to customize the functionality and feel of the application.
Must have demonstrated problem solving skills and the ability to establish technical requirements and priorities.
Desired Skills:
Experience with Behavior-driven Development using Cucumber and RSPEC integration testing
Familiarity with integrating the VMWare vSphere API into an external application
Experience with SCORM, Tin Can API, SCORM Compliance and integration with a Learning Management System.
Extra credit:
Experience with optimizing complex SQL queries
Experience with managing a large volume of concurrent users of a web application
Experience with Adobe Captivate 8
Location: Hanover, MD
Clearance: Positions require eligibility for a security clearance.
KEYW is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE, Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled
ID: 2014-2174
# of Openings: 1
Job Locations: US - MD - Hanover
Posted Date: 6/9/2014
Category: Software Engineering

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