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CNO Software Developer

Company Name:
ManTech
Become an integral part of a diverse team that leads the world in Mission, Cyber, and Intelligence Solutions. At ManTech International Corporation, you will help protect our national security while working on innovative projects that offer opportunities for advancement.
As a CNO Software Developer , you will design and implement custom software tools and techniques. The majority of development is done in C as well as x86 and x86_64 assembly. The intended platforms are Mac systems, with the environment being low-level user-space.
You will diagnose issues and debug customer problems using industry standard tools as well as custom toolsets. You will be responsible for end-to-end design, development and standard developer testing of your developed software. You will author documentation pertinent to operating and supporting developed software and techniques. Daily activities will include software development, toolchain/helper tool development, use of debuggers, disassemblers and other diagnostic software.
Other activities could include being included on design meetings, helping other developers or performing code reviews or updates. You will interface with other developers as well as customer personnel to solve problems and communicate requirements, status and other information.
Required experience: o
Experienced in Windows security and vulnerabilities
o Expert Windows development in C/C++
o Strong assembly knowledge (including at least x86 and x86_64)
o Python experience preferred
Position Requirements:
5-7 years experience with Bachelor degree or
3-5 years experience with Master degree or
Experience equivalent
Security Requirements : U.S. Citizenship and an active DoD TS/SCI with Poly
Keywords: software engineer, software developer, debugging, kernel, programming, device drivers, assembly

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