- Hanover, MD, USA
- 100000-150000 per year
- Full Time
401(k) Matching, Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Tuition Reimbursement, Training, Bonuses
CNO Developer I
Location: Hanover, MD (On-site)
Salary: $100,000 - $150,000
Ring0 Technologies ("Ring Zero") is hiring a CNO Developer passionate about producing custom capabilities for critical cyberspace operations. This developer will be integrated into a cutting-edge cybersecurity team and will be thrust into performing in the most challenging computer environments.
Security Clearance Requirement: Active/current TS/SCI with Polygraph is required
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
As a CNO Developer, you will work in an Agile environment and leverage your skills in Research, Software Engineering and Networking to develop impactful mission tools. In this role, you will be a contributing member of a small multi-disciplinary team that researches platforms and implements solutions in C, C++, and Assembly. You will also be responsible for supporting unit, component, and system test activities as well as contribute to readiness reviews and product release cycles. You must be able to effectively communicate with the technical team, management, and the customer to keep them informed of progress, plans and potential issues.
Experience in system level programming or developing for embedded systems.
Development experience using C/C++ for x86, PowerPC, MIPS, or ARM.
Familiarity using signal analysis tools such as Wireshark.
Comfortable developing in the Linux operating system.
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Computer Science or Engineering.
2 to 5 years of relevant experience.
- Understanding of reverse engineering using Ghidra, IDA Pro, or Binary Ninja.
Experience working in an Agile environment utilizing the Atlassian suite.
Basic knowledge of Real-Time Operating Systems such as VxWorks, Integrity, eCos or POSIX compliant Operating Systems such as Solaris or BSD.
Basic knowledge of network programming.
Familiarity with SVN or GIT version control systems along with an understanding of basic Configuration Management principles.