Software Consulting for NATO Defence R&D

Software Engineer for NATO positions

Work area

Global areas

  • Defence-related R&D
  • Command & Control & Communication
Specific areas
  • Decision support
  • Visualisation
  • Web services
  • Cyber security


  • The Hague

Your qualities

  • You have completed a higher vocational computer science education, preferably M.Sc.
  • You are fluent in written and spoken English.
  • The positions that NCIA offers, mostly require at least five years experience in one of the following domains:
    • .NET / C#
    • Java
  • For each of those, you know well the language and its ecosystem (IDEs, libraries, build tools, standards, profilers, debuggers, version control systems...)
  • One of the previous domains is your main area of competence, but you are also a well-rounded technical omnivore with a solid toolbox of other capabilities and skills to offer.
  • You can function well in a team, and are able to communicate effectively with customers and your team members.
  • You are an experienced software engineer capable of supporting the full software life cycle of a project, from requirements and design (UML experience is a plus) through implementation, testing, and deployment.
  • You have some experience in developing end-user applications and front-ends as well as server-side back-ends and middleware. You are as comfortable developing in a Unix environment as on Windows.
  • You are flexible and motivated, with an analytical mind that enjoys coming up with novel solutions. You are capable of self-study and quickly acquiring new knowledge or gaining new skills across a wide range of technical areas.

Your gain

  • The opportunity to work in an international environment with interesting colleagues on important, challenging problems.
  • A good salary and a pleasant working environment.


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