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    Calling all contractors!!!

    I am desperately searching for a C/C++ Software engineer with datalink experience (defense sector) and security clearance to SC level. As you can probably guess i am struggling! Anyone out there who fits the bill or knows of anyone? Any help on this would be much appreciated...

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    Apart from your mis-spelling of defence, there is no clue as to where you're expecting people to work. This is an around the planet around the clock website you know.

    I'm going out on a limb here and assuming that teleworking from a hostile country is out of the question right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    Apart from your mis-spelling of defence, there is no clue as to where you're expecting people to work. This is an around the planet around the clock website you know.

    I'm going out on a limb here and assuming that teleworking from a hostile country is out of the question right?
    DEFENSE is the correct spelling. (Actually it's that old American English vs England's English thing)

    From my previous work with the Defense Department, my guess would be no teleworking at all, especially at that clearance level. You'd most likely be working in Washington, or a major military base (Data Centers) in the US.

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    Oooh, a fight over American spelling vs English spelling over the backdrop of a software engineering position working for a government. Intriguing.

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