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Successful candidates will work with Draper’s Secure and Reliable Software Group, with a focus on secure application development for complex systems. We seek applicants who can effectively work with team members to architect, develop, test, and deliver systems that meet customer needs.
Cryptographic systems software engineers provide their expertise to our group throughout the secure software development lifecycle. Responsibilities include development and management of software requirements and concepts, development of secure software architectures, performing analysis of alternative designs to support mission goals and requirements, including managing multidisciplinary teams to develop and deliver secure systems.
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