Millennium Space Systems

Internal Systems Developer

Business Operations - El Segundo, CA - Full Time

As an Internal Systems Developer, you will create robust, easy-to-use, compelling enterprise applications for our growing company. At Millennium, we believe that if nothing exists that fully satisfies our needs, we should make something that does.
 
Responsibilities
 
You will work with an interdisciplinary team of developers who learn from each other daily, while helping lay out the infrastructure for the company's future growth. As a member of the Internal Systems Development team, your focus is to help create ground breaking experiences that enables our professionals to get things done. We started with tracking every nut, bolt and resistor in our manufacturing process, and now we want it to be easier than checking out at the Amazon Go grocery store. We want to be able to build an informative report in a few clicks. We want accountability and insight to be as easy as checking Facebook. In this high- velocity environment, we build software that works and gets out of the way.
 
Our developers work from end to end, gaining experience from concept, development, testing and implementation. We are looking for candidates who augment our team capabilities rather than developers who fit a narrow and specific technical archetype.
  
You Are:

  • Multi-Faceted: A T-shaped developer, you have a specialty but seek to apply knowledge from all disciplines and methodologies. You are comfortable with a wide range of development work and seek to make an impact wherever you can.
  • A Curious Motivator: Seriously invested in continuously learning, you look for opportunities and challenges that expand and grow your craft. Your love of learning not only drives you, but infects and mobilizes others.
  • User and Results Focused: You understand that these are two sides of the same coin; in order to have results that matter, we need to create optimized experiences that engage users in new and exciting ways. 
  •  A Flexible Self Starter: Not every challenge can be anticipated but you can be counted on to pitch in and make a difference; 'Not My Problem' is an anathema that you refuse to utter. 
  •  A Communicative Team Player: You realize that a team cultivates and grows its members through active collaboration and honest communication. You thrive in a team- oriented environment and aren't afraid to solicit and provide constructive feedback. 

 
 
Qualifications

  •  Bachelor's Degree in computer science, equivalent degree or relevant experience
  • Programming Experience:
  • Developing .NET Applications
  • SQL Queries, Triggers, Stored Procedures
  • Web Development (HTML, JavaScript/jQuery, CSS)
  • Developing Web-based and Mobile Applications
  • Experience Collaborating and Working with other developers in a Agile Dev Environment

Benefits

Millennium Space Systems delivers affordable, high-performance space systems for demanding customers. At Millennium, you will be part of a close-knit team working on exciting technological problems. We work in an open environment where ideas are shared across all disciplines, and there are ample opportunities for advancement based on excellence.
 
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Millennium is DDTC-registered, ITAR-compliant company. This position is located at a facility that requires special access. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and eligible for a security clearance.
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