In Israel, it’s all about the salary, and this week, a new job is on the horizon.
In an interview with the Israel Technology Review, the company that builds mobile apps for the Israeli army and government is looking for a software developer.
The job is for the first time open in Israel.
The job is part of the IDF’s hiring program, and the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) is the countrys largest employer.
It is also one of the top two employers of software developers in the country, according to a 2013 report by Israel Software & Technology Association (ISTA).
The IDF, however, has not been very transparent about its hiring practices.
The IDF has not released the details of its hiring process, but the IDF said that its hiring criteria includes a high degree of proficiency in software development, including advanced technologies like web development, database management, and a strong command of English.
The hiring process is also open to applicants with a strong knowledge of software development in Israel, the IDF told the Israeli news outlet.
The company that built roblax is looking to fill a position at an IDF facility in the town of Gush Etzion, which is in the Negev desert.
The Gush Etzion facility, which houses an air base, is located in a heavily populated area.
The IDF said it is hiring for the software developer position in Gush, and for more than 200,000 Israeli citizens.
“Gush Etzan was created in the wake of the Holocaust, and has become a center of excellence for the IDF,” the company said in a statement.
“Gush is also home to an extensive IT and software engineering development center, which has been recognized for its outstanding performance.”
The IDF said the hiring of the software engineer would not affect its other jobs in the region, which are open to foreign nationals.
It added that the company will continue to develop new software to meet the requirements of the Israeli military.