Element 84 is constantly on the lookout for new talent to join our team, particularly in iOS and Ruby on Rails Development.
 
We provide competitive salaries, a big-company benefits package, and profit sharing. We try to do a company retreat every year; this year it’s Hershey Park for the weekend! Big fans of t-shirts and all things branded, we have a lot of e84 gear too. Our office is located in Old Town Alexandria, 8 blocks from the metro with free soda, cinema displays, and walking distance to lots of good food.

 

Senior Ruby Developers

Currently Element 84 is looking for candidates to work primarily in Rails, ideally with experience using JRuby and Java. This senior developer is expected to provide team leadership and operational technical support in addition to design and development activities on a highly available, public facing, fully operational system managing large amounts of data. You will be working with a small but very senior development team. Candidates must have extensive experience with agile development processes that include test and behavior driven development, automated unit testing, continuous integration, and short, rapid deployments. In addition, experience with Oracle or other database technologies is a must.

Contact Tracey Pilone for more information or to submit a resume.

 

Development and Operations Engineer – Senior

Currently Element 84 is looking for candidates to work as a senior technical engineer to provide technical leadership on NASA’s Earth Observation System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) EED program. The EOSDIS is a core capability in NASA’s Earth Science Data Systems Program. EOSDIS provides end-to-end capabilities for managing NASA’s Earth science data from various sources – satellites, aircraft, field measurements, and various other programs. For the EOS satellite missions, EOSDIS provides capabilities for command and control, scheduling, data capture and initial processing.

The candidate will provide technical leadership for development and deployment of the EOSDIS User Registration System (URS). The URS provides a uniform mechanism for registering and authenticating users for access to EOSDIS data so information about these accesses can be provided to report statistics about user interests and access patterns including the number of users, type and amount of data archived, type and amount of data distributed. The URS also enables status change notifications to users regarding availability of EOSDIS data and services.

Contact Tracey Pilone for more information or to submit a resume.