As part of a technically diverse, flat, software development and research team who is rapidly creating solutions to real-world problems for a variety of government customers, the DI2E content management engineer ensures consistent, reliable, reusable, and secure access to and use of content repositories, version control, testing, dependencies, code repositories and more.
In this position the DI2E Content Management Engineer must promote transparency at all times, always act ethically, promote and ensure compliance, collaborate across WSU, cultivate our people as our greatest asset, and create an environment that supports innovation and inclusive behaviors.
Bachelor’s degree or greater in Computer Science or similar technical background
3 years of software development experience
Familiarity with software development content management systems. Preferred tools include but are not limited to: Jira, Confluence, Jenkins, Bitbucket, Subversion, Nexus, Fisheye+Crucible, Storefront, SonarQube, and Maven (An equivalent to any of these is acceptable, provided the candidate demonstrates a desire to learn and has strong experience with an equivalent tool)
Familiarity with AWS
Must be a team player
Must have a desire to learn and grow into new roles, as interest and project needs dictate
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Familiarity with the Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise (DI2E) suite of software development and content management tools
Experience with AWS GovCloud
Experience with obtaining or maintaining Certification and Accreditation (C&A) and/or Authority to Operate (ATO) software development environments on government networks
Holds active U.S. Security Clearance
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Interface with researchers and scientists to support data content management, workflows, and testing to support agile software development.
Develop content management solutions to support research and technology development needs. Actively participate in developing computational and data requirements based on project needs. Learn about, configure, and deploy new support tools.
Administer content management tools, introduce new functionality, and keep tools and systems up-to-date with continuous functionality.
Wright State University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, is committed to an inclusive environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Special contract terms and conditions of employment will apply. Length of contract is one year, renewable, contingent upon funding.
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