Senior Software Developer
Digital Results Group, Inc. - Boston, MA

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Senior Software Developer

Digital Results Group Inc. is a Boston-based software company dedicated to the development of cutting edge solutions for the Defense, Intelligence and Security communities. We are quickly growing and in need of an experienced Software Developer to contribute to the development of our state of the art software for our newest projects. The ideal candidate will have at least four years of coding experience in C# and Java along with design experience in HTML and jQuery. This position reports into our Director of Engineering. Our system delivers mission-critical sensor, operations, and intelligence data to our warfighters. This is an exciting time for someone to join our team as we are on the verge of record breaking growth this year through new client acquisitions. Learn more at

Required Skills:

 Self-starter with good interpersonal and communications skills
 4+ years of development experience in C#, .NET is required, Java would be a plus
 Experience in HTML and JavaScript (jQuery) is also required
 Knowledge of Object Relational Mapping concepts and Object Oriented Programming technique
 Experience installing hardware and performing basic network configurations
 Experience troubleshooting software

Compensation & Benefits:

 Competitive base salary and participation in corporate bonus plan
 Comprehensive health and dental insurance
 Generous paid time off / vacation
 Participation in corporate 401k retirement savings plan
 Life Insurance / Long-term & short-term disability

Must have the ability to gain a Government Security Clearance, which includes U.S. Citizenship

Digital Results Group is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.