Systems Integration Engineer

Recruiter
Leidos Europe, Limited
Location
Fareham
Posted
16 May 2018
Closes
15 Jun 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Everything we do is built on a commitment to do the right thing for our customers, our people and our community. Our mission and our values guide the way we do business. The foundation of our Leidos culture is our Values, Beliefs and Expectations by which we select, recognise and reward employees. They create the environment that drives us toward our mission.

Inspired to make a difference, we are committed to solving the world’s toughest problems.

Passionate about customer success by being determined to understand and respond to our customers’ needs as if they were our own.

United as a team, we are bound together by our conviction that ethics and integrity is core to how we operate.

THE ROLE YOU WILL PLAY

The Systems Integration Engineer will join an established Engineering team based in Whiteley that work collaboratively with the customer and other areas of our Transportation business to architect, design, build, and test an enterprise messaging middleware platform to enable wider Airport information management. Familiarity with Airport Management would be advantageous, but is not essential.

Leidos strives to be a recognized global leader in solving important problems in national, security, health and infrastructure. What you do, where you work, and who’s on your team are important. After all, you spend a lot of your time and energy at work. Leidos employees are smart people focused on solving the world's most-daunting challenges. The work requires insight, ingenuity, and commitment to the field.

PROFILE

Candidates must have experience and knowledge of current technologies and methodology, and hands-on experience in the following:

Typical Duties

·Design software using functional and/or object oriented methodologies

·Implement software solutions and/or tools that contain logical and mathematical solutions

·Conduct functional, unit testing and/or early system integration testing

·Investigate problems identified during test, including problem diagnosis and resolution

·Prepare operating instructions for the software application and/or tool

·Document and present research findings to relevant stakeholders

·Apply the appropriate standards, processes and principles in his/her daily activities

Required Skills / Experience

·2-4yrs experience in a similar role

·Java, JavaScript, Node.JS

·Understanding of Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP), protocols (HTTP, RESTful, WS-* SOAP), and Data Formats (XML, JSON)

·Experience with COTS integration technologies (e.g. ServiceMix, Camel)

·Experience working with Service Oriented Architectures

·Experience of Linux operating systems and scripting (e.g. Perl & Python)

·Enthusiastic self-starter with good verbal communication

·Excellent written communication through the use of e-mail, presentations and reports

·Comprehensive understanding of various software development methodologies

·Ability to work with due attention to schedule and cost constraints

·Adherence to process within a software development environment

·Ability to work as part of a software development team

·Knowledge of configuration management within a software engineering environment (e.g. Subversion, Git)

Desired Skills

·Experience of Agile development (e.g. SCRUM)

·Knowledge of database technologies (e.g. Oracle DB, MySQL, Mongo DB)

·Knowledge of containerization (Docker)

·Knowledge of infrastructure as code (e.g. DSC, Chef, Puppet)

·Experience of Atlassian toolset (e.g. Jira, Confluence)

·Experience of the complete system life cycle from problem definition through to deployment

·Understanding of the principles of systems engineering, and integration and test

·Software development within a real-time and/or safety-related system

·Experience of systems / software design tools (e.g. Enterprise Architect, Cameo Systems Modeller)

WHAT DO WE DO FOR YOU?

At Leidos we are PASSIONATE about customer success, UNITED as a team and INSPIRED to make a difference. We offer meaningful and engaging careers, a collaborative culture, and support for your career goals, all while nurturing a healthy work-life balance.

We provide an employment package that attracts, develops and retains only the best in talent. Our reward scheme includes:

·Contributory Pension Scheme

·Private Medical Insurance

·33 days Annual Leave (including public and privilege holidays)

·Access to Flexible benefits (including life assurance, health schemes, childcare vouchers, and cycle to work scheme)

If you are interested in applying for this role please click the APPLY button below.

Our company headquarters is located in Reston, Virginia and employs approximately 33,000 worldwide. Outside of the United States, we operate in 30 countries around the world with more than 2,000 employees in global locations. Our largest concentrations are in Australia and the United Kingdom where we continue to expand our local footprint.



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