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Forensic Developer/ Reverse Engineer (Tampa, FL) (Requires Secret clearance) – POC in Listing

Posted by on May 2, 2021

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Job Title:  Deployable Forensic Developer/ Reverse Engineer

Experience Level:  Junior/ Mid-level

Location:  Tampa, FL with possible travel

Deployments:  Possible (but unlikely) 3-4 month long deployments OCONUS

Security Clearance:  Active DoD Secret clearance


Quiet Professionals, LLC ( is seeking multiple Deployable Forensic Software Developers/Reverse Engineers who are proficient Software Developers with a deep understanding of the domain of digital forensics, to include the technical underpinnings of binary file structure reverse engineering, file systems, operating system internals, encryption/encoding/hashing algorithms, and breadth of other applicable topics. Forensic Software Developers and Reverse Engineers provide rapid Quick Response Capability (QRC) support to teams of digital forensic examiners, designing capability when commercial or Government Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) tools fail. Working in offline environments, they design quick one-off scripts, full standalone applications, design automation platforms, help streamline examination workflow, build deployable capability, facilitate advanced correlation, reverse engineer applications on demand, and act as a life-line to both CONUS and OCONUS TECHEX examiners. These individuals must have experience in a variety of different languages (including, but not limited to, Python and C#) and be able to pick up other languages on the fly. They must be innately familiar with full-stack software design, implement sane coding practices, and be motivated by a hunger to continually improve themselves. From designing user interfaces, to parsing binary blocks of fragmented data, handling the nuances of foreign language encodings, recovering and reconstructing otherwise unrecoverable information, designing algorithms to detect encryption, building systems that simplify correlation, decoding custom and undocumented caches of forensic artifacts, and working with machine translation, developers must be fast, driven, and able to work under pressure on solo or small-team projects. They must also be able to adequately brief their technology, work with users to understand new requirements, and be able to teach deeply technical concepts to audiences of all kinds.




  • Active DoD Secret security clearance
  • Willing and able to deploy OCONUS, to austere environments that may include hostile fire areas if necessary
  • CIA, DIA, or NSA experience is a major plus
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems, or Math
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the technical fundamentals and core software development principles required to perform all the aforementioned tasks with competency and accuracy
  • Demonstrate fluency in both high- and low-level programing languages, to include specifically C# and Python
  • Demonstrate proficiency with debuggers
  • Possess the ability to gather testable software requirements and to participate in the design of new applications
  • Execute with maintainable software processes, including Software documentation, source code versioning, and unit testing
  • Be able to quickly adapt to new situations and problems
  • Be familiar with assembly languages
  • Possess the aptitude for reverse engineering windows and mobile binaries
  • Must be familiar with the Windows API and with IDA pro
  • Thrive in a mission-critical and time-sensitive environment
  • 2+ years of software development experience (Some direct experience writing targeted digital forensic tools, working at the byte-level, and or reverse engineering files and applications preferred)


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  • Clearance Required: No
  • Spouse Friendly: No

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