We need a few more "can do it all" types at our company. I struggle with how to list these positions, because not all of the skills are required, but we need a few specializing generalists or generalizing specialists or what have you. I read "Hiring Technical People" (the book and the blog), but it's still not easy. Anyway- we are still making our stock plan available to people hired in 2008, so if you know anyone that is looking...we've got a smart team. If anyone wants to point out obvious errors or inconsistencies in the technology laundry list, it would be greatly appreciated, as I don't know all of this stuff.
GIS Integration Engineer
Duties to include: Integration and testing of a cutting edge commercial imagery / video storage product into various types of commercial tools and custom government software. This includes integrating an encoder for various data types and integration of the viewers also. The work will involve working with customer site representatives to analyze and product the solutions to interface the software together. This could involve using the products c API, Scripting languages, WMS, Java or .Net wrappers. If you are a hard core geospatial person with minimal programming experience or a expert generalist programmer with a little geospatial experience and/or a solid math background, please apply.
We are looking for people with some subset of these skills:
GIS, Imagery analysis, c and c integration, Java, .Net, SQL and database programming, Python, Perl, Unix Shell Scripting, Windows and Unix Installation packages
OGC standards (WMS, WCS, WFS), PCI Geomatica, ERDAS, ESRI, ITT, GDAL, OSSIM, RemoteView, Imagine, FalconView, SocetSet, Warp, Manipulation of commercial imagery, IKONOS, QuickBird, NTM, Aerial and Aerial Video feeds,file types such as GeoPDF, GeoTIFF, NITF, JPEG2000, pix, Shapefiles, MPEG and other video formats, NTM, Calculus or Trig, Orthorectification, Programmer on Unix variants and/or Windows
Location: Sterling, VA, USA, 20164
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