RTI Inc.

Full Stack Developer

Location US-CA-Sunnyvale
Job ID
Security Clearance
No Restrictions
Work Status Required
No Restrictions
Language Requirements
Experience (Years)


This position reports to the director of software development.


As a full-stack developer, you will take ownership of a new and exciting feature in the ClearPass ecosystem -- ClearPass Extensions.  In this role, you will use your unique skills to develop customized, tailored-fit solutions for high-profile customer accounts, as well as driving rapid innovations to market.


  • You must be comfortable with the entire technology stack from UI front-end through to a high-performing back-end.
  • You will be extremely proficient at working with existing APIs and technologies and getting them to interoperate to meet customer requirements.
  • You will know the basics about how network authentication systems work.
  • You will get to choose which technologies you will work with most often.
  • You will be a quick learner, can prototype and develop solutions quickly, while also having the attention to detail required to ensure a high-quality finished product.
  • You will enjoy working with customers to understand their exact requirements, then be able to implement those requirements rapidly.
  • You will be able to influence the direction of the underlying product through your work at the cutting edge of development, and will be able to work with a talented cross-functional team to productize the most important of your innovations.



  • 5+ years of experience in full-stack, web focused development.
  • Deep familiarity with at least one web-based application framework.
  • Deep familiarity with back-end application development.
  • Demonstrable expertise in networking and/or security.
  • Possess at least a basic understanding of enterprise network and security architectures and use cases.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.


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