So, you want to have an opportunity to work with many other software experts? Have the ability to publish and further your software engineering skills in cyber security? Work alongside some of the most cutting-edge research and engineering teams? GrammaTech focuses on the software challenges of the future within a culturally rich environment and great career growth opportunities.
Location: Our R&D center is in Ithaca, NY, but we will consider remote employees (USA Only) with a strong match of skills and experience.
The primary responsibility is leading efforts to design and implement research prototypes, based on ideas drawn from academic literature and original research. Team size varies from project to project. On small projects, a scientist may implement a significant portion of the prototype, while on larger projects they will lead a team of engineers. Our scientists are expected to:
About the Company
Our R&D center is in Ithaca, NY — but we will consider remote employees when there is a strong match of skills and experience.
Innovation is at the heart of GrammaTech. We are constantly pushing the boundaries of software research and development – from software assurance and software integrity to cyber-security threat mitigation and autonomic computing.
GrammaTech was founded over 30 years ago, with a firmly-grounded purpose to help organizations develop tomorrow’s software. Given the ever-increasing dependence of software in today’s connected world, our staff is able to focus on the most challenging software issues through a constant stream of highly innovative research and commercial development programs – focused on the evolving cyber-security landscape, software hardening and intelligent systems. Within these projects, GrammaTech employees have the opportunity to work with industry, academic, and government experts, significantly advancing their skills in engineering, research, marketing, or sales.
GrammaTech, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Disability/Veterans/Affirmative Action employer.
Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.