Senior Software Engineer Job at Rebellion Defense, Washington DC

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  • Rebellion Defense
  • Washington DC

Job Description

Rebellion Defense is building the mission capabilities required for this software-defined era of defense. We are equipping our warfighters with the best software to detect, deter and outpace the modern adversary at speed and scale. We’ve brought together technologists who have built software products that transformed our way of life in the commercial sector with defense experts who deeply understand the mission and the stakes to build technology exclusively for defense and national security.

Our people are passionate about creating a company where technologists empower the military and our civil servants to solve some of the hardest problems in government. Rebellion Defense is driven by our mission — but a set of core values binds us together: we hire by them, operate through them, and uphold them in every decision we make for ourselves and for our customers.

We are hiring a Senior Software Engineer to join our team. While this role can be located anywhere in the United States, you may choose to work from our Washington, DC headquarters. Occasional travel may be required.

As a Senior Software Engineer, you will:

  • Own the technical engineering product portfolio for Rebellion Iris by collaborating with product managers to write product specifications and translate those into software engineering architecture. 
  • Guide, direct, and collaborate with engineering managers to build and produce better outcomes.
  • Be a prolific contributor in a hands-on way to Rebellion Iris products to ensure interoperability and extensibility. 
  • Drive architectural decisions and serve as the organization’s subject matter expert as it relates to Iris’ capabilities.

Qualifications for this position include:

  • 8+ years of professional work experience as a principal architect or senior software engineer 
  • Demonstrated ability working on and leading efforts to productionize high scale software capabilities. 
  • Deep expertise in working in both commercial cloud environments (AWS, Azure, GCP, etc.) and on-prem environments, with the ability to optimize for edge deployments
  • Prior experience with edge deployments, building data pipelines to process high volumes of data
  • Experience scoping, designing, and delivering solutions for large complex challenges
  • Prior experience working or leading the technical direction of a team developing AI/ML products and significant experience of the ML operations workflow 
  • Deep familiarity with microservices architecture and asynchronous product design (queues, streams, threads, etc.)
  • Working knowledge of Go, Python, C++, GPRC, and Terraform
  • Working knowledge of containerization, specifically Kubernetes and Docker
  • Ability to communicate technical direction and roadmaps.

Preferred Qualifications for this position include: 

  • Prior experience in an engineering role focused on DoD and national security customers.
  • TS/SCI security clearance 

We embrace diversity and difference, and believe that broadening the perspectives of our teams will help enable innovation and lead to better outcomes. We encourage your application even if you may not meet all the preferred qualifications. We work collaboratively as a team to support one another in our mission and promote professional development.

The annual salary range for this role as it is posted is $236,500 to $260,150 regardless of final candidate location within the United States. The final job level and annual salary will be determined based on the education, qualification, knowledge, skills, ability, and experience of the final candidate(s), and calibrated against relevant market data and internal team equity. Benefits listed in this posting may vary depending on the nature of your employment with Rebellion Defense.

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