Goforth Scientific uses our experience and extensive software library of data science and analytics functions to find relationships in data, supply meaningful results and reveal what you didn't know before.
Goforth Scientific is seeking a senior software engineer with knowledge and interest in data analytics and geospatial intelligence. The ideal candidate is a software engineer with experience in Java, MATLAB, PHP, mysql, Linux, knowledge of GIS, data science methods and algorithms, excellent software engineering skills, and a desire to build solutions for data analytics. Experience with big data analytics technologies, visualization and virtualization is a plus. Current TS/SCI security clearance required. Candidate must be willing to take and pass a CI Polygraph if requested.
Senior Software Engineer
Company: Goforth Scientific, Inc.
Location: Chantilly, VA
Industries: Computer Software, Data Analytics
Job Type: Full Time, Employee
Years of experience required: 5+ years
Education Level: Bachelor of Science Degree
Career Level: Senior Level
Security Clearance: TS/SCI
- Design and prototype algorithms for processing multiple data sources and types
- Maintain multiple software configurations between development, testing, and operations
- Work on-site directly with the customer in a dynamic environment with other contractors
About the company
Goforth Scientific is a small business located in Leesburg, Virginia. GSI provides services for data science and web site design. We design and build great software for data analytics and advanced algorithms for data mining, image processing and geospatial intelligence applications.
Paragon is a software product developed to handle large amounts of streaming data. Paragon can absorb many different streaming data sources and data types. It is best suited to identifying anomalies and statistical monitoring of high-value locations.
Paragon is fully automated. It runs on AWS (Amazon, Linux-based). Paragon can be used to monitor commercial and industrial sites such as airports and plants for activity such as earthquakes and severe weather.
Results are sent as Alerts and can be sent out in a variety of formats: RSS, email, SMS, GoogleEarth live KML, or even JSON messages over ActiveMQ.