GaN

Senior Android OS Developer

Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
Job ID
2021-1395
# of Openings
1
Category
Engineering
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

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https://www.GeeksAndNerds.com/

Recruiter@GeeksAndNerds.com

About GaN:

 

Wanted - Big Brains & Huge Hearts: We are looking for creative and passionate geeks, nerds, thinkers, tinkerers, and builders. ​

 

Geeks and Nerds is a company that encourages ingenuity, defies the norm, fosters teamwork, and defines the future for the community where we live.  Our dedicated employees are also the owners of Geeks and Nerds. When you join GaN, you are not an employee; you are the future owner of Geeks and Nerds. ​

 

Come join the company and develops innovative solutions to make the positive difference for our community. Come join the exceptionally talented and dedicated co-owners. Come join a company of significance!

 

Do you have passion for developing software for Android systems? We are looking for exceptional candidates for a senior Android OS developer role. Apply today and become an owner, where big hearts and big brains meet. 

 

Job Overview:

 

GaN is hiring a Senior Android OS Developer to join the MCE team located in Huntsville, AL (Redstone Arsenal). The MCE system is being developed by the Army, with SAIC as the Prime Contractor, as a direct replacement for the currently fielded Joint Battle Command Platform (JBC-P) system.  It will be a state of the art battle command information system that provides integrated, on-the-move, timely, relevant Command and Control / Situational Awareness (C2/SA) information to tactical combat, combat support and combat service support commanders, leaders, and key C2 nodes.  It is being built from the ground up using the latest Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK) technology hosted on a customized, hardened Linux/Android Hybrid Operating System.

MCE ATAK is a map-based Situational Awareness (SA) software application for Android platforms (smart phones, tablets, etc.) that provides non-satellite type Blue Force Tracking (BFT) and tactical capabilities for Special Operations Forces (SOF).

Responsibilities

  • Candidates should have an understanding of the Android OS- Understand Broadcast Receivers, Broadcast Intents, and the manifest file. Be capable of using Android Studio, the Android SDK to build APKs. Be able use ADB to push and execute APKs on the system.
  • Java application development
  • Candidates should be familiar with using a debugger to perform simple operations such as setting breakpoints, single stepping, and examining variable values.
  • Candidates will be expected to understand the software development life cycle, be familiar with UML, and use standard UML diagrams in application and design documentation
  • Candidates will be expected to work in an agile environment, and have the ability to plan, design, build, and test software components with minimal direction.

Qualifications

Requirements (minimum):

 

  • Bachelors and five (5) years or more experience; Masters and three (3) years related experience
  • Java, Java Application Development
  • Android OS Development
  • Linux OS (RHEL)
  • Bash shell is a plus
  • Python is a plus

 

Desired Skills:

 

  • DI2E tool suite: GiT, BitBucket, Jira, Confluence,
  • Build systems/tools: Jenkins, BitBake, Gradle, Lunch
  • IDEs: Eclipse, IntelliJ, Android Studio
  • Scripting languages: Bash, Python
  • Working on large defense related projects

 

Special Requirements:

 

  • Must be a U.S. citizen.
  • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance, Active clearance preferred

Equal Opportunity Employer:

 

Geeks and Nerds Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information or any other legally protected classifications. Geeks and Nerds Corporation participates in E-Verify.

 

 

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