Software Engineer II;Software Engineer III;Software Engineer I (Tun)

Company Name:
About Bridges Consulting, Inc.
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Exempt
Benefits: 401(k) match, 4 weeks PTO, Cigna, Dental, Vision
Employment Type: Full Time
Division: Technical Services
Company Description: Bridges Consulting, Inc., located in the Maryland area is a benefits rich company, upholding the philosophy that our employees are the first priority; our culture is very warm and family-oriented. We are looking for professionals to support US Government contracts. We foster the core beliefs of taking care of our customer through h onesty, integrity and transparency. At BRIDGES, we encourage career growth by setting up each employee on an individual development plan by providing a generous training budget for personal and professional growth.
Title of Position: Software Engineer II;Software Engineer III;Software Engineer I
Description of Position:
The candidate selected for this position will be working in an environment with Python, OpenStack, Django, MySQL, Rabbit MQ, Java Script, and puppet.
In addition to meeting the labor category requirements for which the candidate is submitted, candidates are also required to meet the following:
Proficient in Linux
Practical hands on coding experience
Flexible on coding languages
Willingness to learn new concepts
Ability to adjust to a fast paced ever changing environment
All of the skills listed below are preferred but not required.
Programming experience in the following areas:
Open source experience
BRIDGES employees share certain characteristics that empower them to excel in supporting our customers and deliver results. We have a track record of success, we are adaptable, we take initiative, we are professional, engaging, and have relevant experience to our mission. Along with our recognition program that rewards employees with also have great benefits including cash bonus, and profit share. Our people make the difference here at BRIDGES.
EOE AA M/F/D/V to EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
EEO is the Law poster
Requires TS/SCI with Poly

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