Senior Research Engineer - Mobile Security

Senior Research Engineer - Mobile Security
Location:
Arlington, VA
Job Code:
79
# of Openings:
1
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Description
Invincea Labs, the research arm of Invincea, is looking to hire a Senior Research Engineer with a focus on Mobile Security technology. The successful candidate will have/hands on/software development experience in mobile operating systems (such as Google Android) in addition to security technologies and products.
We are seeking experienced candidates with both a passion for research accompanied by a practical understanding of developing solutions for the real world. The ideal candidate will have deep hands on technical skills combined with experience working in agile R&D teams on fast paced, high impact projects.
What you?ll need:
A four year degree in CS, EE, or Math or related on the job the experience
3+ years of software development experience; preferably with significant experience in operating system / kernel development
Fluency in the C, C++, and Java programming languages; preferably significant experience developing for embedded systems
Proven expertise in cutting edge cybersecurity research and development
Strong communication skills
Nice to haves:
Experience with Google Android or other mobile operating systems
Experience with OpenSSL or other cryptographic libraries
Experience with wireless protocols and hardware
Experience with ARM assembly language
Experience developing security solutions and products
An active DoD clearance (Secret or above)
Due to security requirements, US Citizenship is required.
Invincea is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Location:
Arlington, VA
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