CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Jr Software Developer in Lebanon, Virginia
Jr Software Developer
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Jr Software Developer
Category: Business Analysis (functional and technical)
City: Lebanon, Virginia, United States
Position ID: J0419-1044
Employment Type: Full Time
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The Momentum Developer will support the use of Momentum Suite from a technical infrastructure and operations perspective. Support will primarily be to CGI Federal account teams and their implementations of the system. The Momentum Developer will assist with dissemination of information and sharing knowledge. The Momentum Developer will guide individuals new to Momentum expanding their knowledge of the system acting as a mentor. The Momentum Developer will become familiar with all 3rd party and embedded technologies in the system and how to troubleshoot them.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Providing answers to technical questions related to Momentum
Researching and debugging complex technical issues at all tiers of the system architecture
Sharing information learned in variety of formats (brown bags, documentation, meetings)
Growing the knowledge base of Momentum technical development to new members
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
Due to the nature of the government contracts we support, US Citizenship is required.
Experience in a consulting environment
Experience with C++ and/or Java technologies
Experience with the following technologies:
What you can expect from us:
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