JOB TITLE: Software Developer/Video Engineer
LOCATION: National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
- Documentation of technical architecture, configurations, settings, monitors, alert thresholds, and other operational baseline parameters required to ensure service delivery;
- Documentation and periodic implementation of procedures for routine and ad hoc patch management, failover testing, remediation of security vulnerabilities, and similar functions required to operate and maintain the services;
- Develop next generation of video streaming solution for the existing UCC/Video multimedia infrastructure – facilitating hosting and integrating streaming video alongside the existing content;
- Develop Live/VOD/Mobile player by adopting new technology and integrating with Digital Rapids encoding system and Adobe AMS streaming solution;
- Design and build a video rich Flash websites and tools to meet the online communication goals;
- Integrate and tune third party components (e.g. codec, streaming, monitoring, and hosting video files) into a working multimedia solution;
- Perform AMX programming in high-level programming languages, like C, C++, or Java; evaluates system design feasibility and ease of integration and maintainability and recommends future design changes.
- Produce custom reports;
- Gather application requirements from users, write lifecycle documents, design and
develop application features as specified in the requirements documents;
- Manage system lifecycle, including development and administration of test plans, user
documentation, and rollout;
- Present demonstrations of prototypes or completed applications to various audiences.
- Support various search projects using Autonomy (search application) infrastructure and
be proactive to identify and resolve any issues that arise during day-to-day operations;
- Other related UCC development projects as assigned by the federal staff.
- BA or Equivalent