Software and Systems Reverse Engineer (TS/SCI Polygraph Clearance)

SW Eng, Comp Sci & Mathematics
00050665 Requisition #
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MITRE, a not-for-profit Federally Funded Research and Development Center, provides transformative solutions to a wide range of some of the government’s hardest technical problems. Become part of this high-performance team in support of mission operations.


We are seeking technical candidates with a strong computer science or electrical engineering education and background to join a systems engineering and research team focused on cyberspace operations in support of our IC sponsor. Integrated into a selected team, perform in-depth systems analysis of a wide variety of cyber systems including mobile devices, embedded systems, infrastructure devices, weapons systems, and associated system protocols. You must have the ability to identify vulnerabilities in cyber systems for both defensive and offensive activities.


The systems analysis activities will include cyber system and protocol research, hardware and/or software reverse engineering, and documentation of findings and recommendations. The viability and potential impact of the findings will often require team members to develop proof-of-concept exploitations based on identified vulnerabilities.

Key Functions:
- High-quality, rapid development of prototype capabilities in cyber security.
- Develop innovative solutions to challenging technical problems.



Position Requirements:


Minimum Qualifications: BS Degree and TS/SCI with Polygraph. BS in CS or EE with 3 years' related experience is preferred.



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