|Job Ref:||204742394||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||South West||Address:||Post Date:||06/10/2016 03:32|
Graduate/Junior Software Engineer|
Req ID: 86790BR
Location: Harlow or Warminster
The Defence Targeting Toolset (DTT) Programme is seeking graduate or junior developers to join its software development team. In the final stages of enhancements to the first release of functionality, we are looking for additional developers to onboard and prepare for building the forthcoming second increment.
Our ideal candidate would have a thorough understanding of Object-Oriented Java software development, experience of databases and be able to handle complex concepts. You would have a desire to share what you know and the enthusiasm to get involved throughout the product lifecycle. You must be disciplined enough to complete tasks fully.
You will also need to able and willing to obtain SC-level Security Clearance, which the Company will sponsor for the successful candidate.
If this is you, we'd like to hear from you; here's more about us:
About Raytheon UK:
Raytheon UK is the UK arm of Raytheon Company, a technology leader specialising in defence and cybersecurity and providing capabilities in command, control, communications, computing, cyber and intelligence (C5I). With facilities in England, Scotland and Wales, and more than 1500 employees, we are a major technology exporter to more than 40 countries, including the U.S.
Sitting within the Information Exploitation section of the Intelligence & Security Business Unit, DTT provides users with a single source-of-truth in collation and management of targeting data, including consumption of data from external services, distribution and guaranteeing consistency; thorough audit capability of decision making; automatic generation of reports; and an increase in operational tempo.
DTT is an n-tier Rich Web Application, built on Service Oriented Architecture and comprising RESTful services. We work within an Agile development framework from a prioritised backlog, with daily standups and regularly creating releasable builds.
About the Location(s):
The existing development team are based in both our new office in the Harlow Enterprise Zone, and in the laboratory at the customer MoD site in Warminster. Candidates may choose to be based at either location.
Exposure to, experience in, or knowledge of any of the following would be an advantage; more is obviously better, but passion and drive are more critical than experience of a specific skillset:
•Spring and its sub-projects
•Hibernate (or other ORM framework)
•JUnit (or other Unit Testing framework)
•Web Services, particularly REST, and JSON
•Cascading Style Sheets
•JBoss (or other Application Server)
•Ant or Maven
•Any other interesting languages or frameworks
Techniques, Concepts or Methodologies:
•Scrum and/or Kanban (or other Agile frameworks)
•OO Design and UML
•OO Design Patterns and/or Enterprise Design Patterns
•Enterprise Service Bus
•Continuous Integration (and, optimally, Continuous Deployment)
•DevOps (including DevSecOps, or other Dev*Ops variant)
•Mapping, Geolocation, Symbology and Geographic Information Systems
Tools (particularly if you have any experience in an administrative role):
•TeamCity (or Jenkins, Hudson, CruiseControl, or other Continuous Integration tool)
•Atlassian JIRA (or ClearQuest, or other Issue Tracking tool)
•Atlassian Crucible/FishEye (or other Code Review tools)
•Open Source libraries and APIs
The offer to the successful candidate will comprise of a competitive salary and a comprehensive selection of benefits, including:
•25 days holiday on joining, rising to 27 days after five years' service, plus statutory holidays
•Contributory Pension Scheme
•Company-organised career development and training, support for self-organised CPD, and access to the Company's Learning Management System, including Books24×7