Software Engineer-Web Development

Company Name:
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Location Germantown MD
Requisition 8694BR
Job Title Software Engineer-Web Development
Classification Exempt
Job Responsibilities Drive your engineering future with us. At ViaSat, you will work with top technical talent who are always striving to stay ahead of the course. With opportunities to work on a mixture of technologies and projects, you will help shape our future. Come join our dynamic company where engineers lead the way!
As a key member of ViaSat's fast-paced Software Development team, you will use your talents to design, code and unit test web based network management software for a Satellite based Mobile Broadband System. Responsibilities include frontend UI design and backend server and database design.
4+ years' experience developing scalable enterprise applications using Java/J2EE and other web-based technologies
Proficiency in web-based UI development
Good understanding of database technologies
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related discipline
Ability to travel up to 10%
Experience with NoSQL databases
Experience with GWT/Javascript
Understanding of networking protocols and technologies
Proficiency with the Linux Operating System
Experience with User Interface design including mockups and prototyping
Master's Degree in Computer Science or related discipline
US Citizenship Preferred
Our Germantown offices are located in Maryland 30 miles northwest of our nation's capital and 40 miles west of Baltimore. Germantown is one of the county's fasted growing communities, with an extensive number of new homes, communities, schools and commercial centers.
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ViaSat is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. U.S. Citizenship or Lawful Permanent Residence status may be required for certain positions. For positions requiring U.S. Citizenship or Lawful Permanent Resident status, verification of such status will be required upon accepting employment.

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