Our work enables agencies to provide transactional and informational services to their users. We do this by bringing people from startups and successful private sector technology companies to these problems, collaborating closely with government partners to deliver software that works.

In this role you will collaborate with UX designers and researchers, product managers and program managers to deliver work that matters.

Solving government technology problems is about digging into big problems with design, engineering, and compassion. We’re committed to continually improving what we build and staying focused on user needs for the long haul.

We’re looking for driven, creative, and passionate engineers who love solving challenging technical problems and want their work to make a difference; who care passionately about the art of software engineering, the quality and maintainability of code, and the lives of present and future Americans.

As part of our team, you will work with a small team of designers and engineers to design, develop, and deliver web-based applications and services. You'll work in collaboration with our government partners to better understand and translate policy and business requirements into features, user stories, automated tests, and working code. Your work will impact the lives of millions of Americans.

Skills and responsibilities


Experience with a client-side JavaScript framework such as AngularJS, Ember.js, or React.js.
Experience in modern JavaScript technologies, including Node.js.
Experience and understanding of one or more different agile methodologies, including Scrum, XP, or SAFe.
Experience with Amazon Web Services, in particular EC2, S3, RDS, and CloudFormation.
Experience with deployment, provisioning, and automation tools such as Ansible, Puppet, or Chef.
Experience with SAML or OAuth.


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Minimum qualifications


3+ years of experience developing consumer-facing web applications, services, and APIs
Programming in a major open source language, such as Ruby, Python, Go, or Java.
Understanding of the fundamentals technologies of the web: HTTP, SSL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and JSON
Legally authorized to work in the U.S now and in the future without sponsorship.
Proficient spelling, grammar, and communication skills.