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Intelligent Software Solutions is looking for a Lead Software Architect in Denver, CO.

Intelligent Software Solutions is looking for a Lead Software Architect in Denver, CO. According to the post, “This is a Lead Architect position in ISS’ Advanced Technology Department which focuses on researching, developing, and deploying state of the art, automated analytical capabilities for use in intelligence, law enforcement, and counter terrorism operations. These capabilities include automated pattern discovery and recognition, advanced data fusion, behavior and normalcy modeling, text mining, knowledge management, temporal & probabilistic reasoning, and novel data visualizations for various government customers including DARPA, IARPA, AFRL, TSA, and NGA. This leadership will focus on prototyping, architecting, and deploying customized solutions centered around ISS’ new graph based analysis products.”

Qualifications for the position include the following: “Minimum of 3 yrs experience leading complex software development and integration activities. Minimum of 3 yrs experience in data modeling and/or ontology engineering. Minimum of 3 yrs professional Java Enterprise development experience. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Existing security clearance or ability to obtain a TS/SCI level clearance. Experience with applied artificial intelligence, machine learning, data mining, advanced data fusion, text mining, and/or complex event processing. Experience with semantic web technologies including OWL, RDF, Allegrograph, and Jena. Experience with text mining technologies including GATE and/or UIMA.”

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