Big Data Engineer - College

We are a results driven organization with an "employee-first" mindset, focused on innovation and delivery of quality products and services to our customers that is experiencing rapid growth and increasing market share, and provides excellent career advancement potential. Do you have interest in automating the distillation of massive amounts of data down into understandable nuggets of information? Are you seeking an opportunity to work on a small team in a challenging and rewarding agile development environment with direct business and revenue impact? If so, read on!
Developing analytics for large non-homogeneous data sets.
Being creative and innovative in how complex (and big) data is processed in distributed systems.
Working with the end-user to make sure the analytics transform data to knowledge in very focused and meaningful ways.
Ability to work with a fast moving team, interested in the best technical solution, and open to new ideas that make the product better for our customer.
Bachelors degree (or higher) in Computer Science, Engineering, or a Natural Science (Physics, Mathematics etc)
You love solving new problems collaboratively and in creative ways
Possess strong programming skills/knowledge in Java
Interest in learning about analytic engines (Apache Storm, Apache Spark)
Interest in learning about functional programming languages (Scala, Cloujure)
Interest in learning about NoSQL Databases (Accumulo), distributed search (ElasticSearch, Solr), and distributed systems design
Interest in learning about Git and other Configuration Management Tools
Candidates must be able to obtain/maintain a secret clearance or higher which requires US Citizenship and must be able to pass additional security background checks as required.
L-3 Communication is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Females/ Veterans/Individuals with disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing and background checks.

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