The GSA is hiring for all kinds of Software Engineers all remote positions please attend the info sessions this coming week to learn what its like working as a developer for the Federal Government its a free event.
TTS will soon be accepting applications for GS-14-15 Engineer roles. The target date for when these positions will be officially open to application has not yet been determined. If you’d like to be notified when these positions are open, sign up to our mailing list.
Attend an information session to learn more about these roles, working at TTS, and our application process. Register for a session using the Eventbrite links below.
TTS Engineering info session, October 26th at 9:30 a.m. PST / 12:30 p.m. EST
TTS Engineering info session, October 28th at 2 p.m. PST / 5 p.m. EST
These opportunities are located in the General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Acquisition Service (FAS), Technology Transformation Services (TTS). TTS applies modern methodologies and technologies to improve the lives of the public and public servants. We help agencies make their services more accessible, efficient, and effective with modern applications, platforms, processes, personnel, and software solutions.
TTS is looking for talented software developers who will help our partner agencies deliver better digital services to the public. As an engineer at TTS, you will be a builder, contributor, and catalyst. Working with folks across the organization, you will solve large, complex problems while promoting user-centered, open, and transparent culture. The role involves diverse responsibilities — you might be writing code one day, meeting with members from partner agencies another day, and launching a new product that will impact the lives of Americans across the country the next week. TTS values open source development, so most of what you will work on will be open source.
This role may be perfect for you if you have the:
Our ideal candidate will be equally excited about sticky technical issues and intricate human ones. Impact in this role can’t be measured on a GitHub contribution graph; ideal candidates should be equally comfortable writing code, explaining technical design architecture to both technical and less technical folks, and leading organizational strategy and change.
Key objective #1: You’ll contribute high-quality, well-tested, maintainable code across an entire project lifecycle, using best practices for modern software development.
Key objective #2: You’ll positively contribute to the culture and knowledge of the engineering team, practicing and enthusiastically sharing agile methodologies throughout all stages of the project lifecycle.
Key objective #3: You’ll meet customer expectations, along with personal and organizational goals. You’ll produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risk.
Key objective #4: You’ll lead change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals. You’ll help establish an organizational vision and implement it in a continuously changing environment.