Aeris is actively pursuing an entry or mid-level software engineer who will support the design, development, testing, and deployment of software applications, scientific algorithms, and software system infrastructures under the direction of senior scientific and engineering staff. In particular, the successful candidate will be actively supporting the ongoing development of operational atmospheric transport and dispersion (AT&D) modeling and simulation toolsets. As such, this position requires experience with object oriented software design/development using languages such as Java, C, C++, and Fortran within an Agile/Scrum software development framework and must be comfortable working in a dynamic, team-focused, collaborative environment. Lastly, due to the nature of working within a small business, the candidate will be expected, from time to time, to perform some additional duties, outside of their areas of expertise, such as numerical model execution/operation, data analysis/visualization, and development of presentations/reports.
- Experience developing software using Java, C, C++, FORTRAN
- Experience developing software for Windows, UNIX/Linux, and Mac OS X operating systems
- Experience with object-oriented design/development
- Experience with standard software engineering design/development practices/procedures such as Agile/Scrum
- Interest in AT&D and NWP modeling systems.
- General interest in meteorology, physics, mathematics, and/or statistics.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- 6 years of relevant professional experience
- Possession of a software developer certification is desirable
- Willingness to relocate to the greater Boulder, CO area
- United States citizenship
- Active security clearance OR willingness and ability to complete the necessary background screening process.
Qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter and resume to Jonathan Hurst, email@example.com. The letter and resume should specifically detail their interest and ability to meet the job requirements/qualifications.