Posted by: Science Systems and Applications, Inc. on Aug 02, 2022
Science Systems and Applications, Inc. (SSAI) is seeking a full-time Web Application Developer to join a growing team responsible for the development, deployment, and maintenance of several websites and web-based applications within NASA's Earth Science Division. Our projects include communications-focused websites driven by Drupal and proprietary CMSs, web-based services (via APIs), and knowledge management tools.
The ideal candidate is an experienced and forward-thinking web application developer - particularly focused on PHP and Drupal - who has interests in a wide variety of application development opportunities. You will be part of a dynamic, predominantly virtual team experimenting with several different web-based platforms while collaborating and supporting cross-functional delivery teams that include fellow developers, designers, content producers, project management, and customer stakeholders.
Some of your work will be part of a larger effort, other work will be smaller, encapsulated efforts, but all are focused on delivering an experience to various internal and external audiences that will inform and create awareness about the breadth of knowledge and information held within NASA's Earth Science Division.
We offer a relaxed, fulfilling work environment, a reasonably flexible schedule, a 40-hour workweek, and competitive benefits and salary. You will get to work with some of the brightest minds in NASA science and share the fruits of their labor with the whole world. You will also have opportunities to share your creative ideas and development techniques with our larger NASA community.
** Applicants will be required to submit a code sample or point us to your personal GitHub (or similar). **
The successful candidate must be a U.S. Citizen. The position is full-time and will have the option to work onsite at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland or telework remotely. Preference will be given to candidates residing within reasonable driving distance of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
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