Want to learn the latest cybersecurity techniques? Do you look forward to tough challenges? Are you willing to put forth your very best? Then you’ve come to the right place. At Percival, we believe in a People First approach – providing a fun and challenging environment that promotes innovation, creative thinking, and treating one another like family. Located in Columbia, Maryland, our small business develops cutting-edge engineering solutions to protect our nation's assets. Our team specializes in vulnerability analysis and research, system emulation, software engineering, reverse engineering, embedded development, and cyber security. We are seeking several CNO Software Developers to join our diverse team of engineers dedicated to solving the most challenging cyber threats.
* All candidates must be eligible to obtain or maintain a US Security Clearance, therefore US citizenship is required
- All Levels, Full Time
- Non-Remote – Columbia, MD
- Writing portable code that is compatible with multiple operating systems and architectures (Windows and/or Unix). The candidate should be comfortable writing single and/or multi-threaded applications and inter process communication interfaces.
- Create new novel solutions and/or integrate new features and maintain existing software solutions supporting computer network operations. Responsible for the entire lifecycle of solutions including design, development, testing, and customer support.
- Work independently and with small teams, track and report status directly to customer.
- Write or learn a high-level programming language like Python or Ruby.
Required Skills & Qualifications:
- Deep knowledge of operating system internals and development environments
- C programming experience and current or previous low-level network programming experience.
- TS/SCI with polygraph is required
Desired Skills & Qualifications:
- Preferred skills include experience in static and dynamic reverse engineering, vulnerability research, binary analysis of executables, exposure to kernel programming, exposure with assembly languages, and/or ability to analyze and signature network protocols.