C/C++ Embedded Software Engineers - Senior / Principal level

US-NH-Merrimack
5 days ago
Job ID
2017-5755
# Positions
2
Experience (Years)
0
Priority
Normal
SECURITY CLEARANCE
Secret

Overview

Software Engineers conduct multidisciplinary research and development for applications across a wide variety of end user platforms. Pursuant to this, these engineers support pre-contract discussions, demonstrations, prototype development, customer requirement solicitation, detailed requirement and designs, integration across software, hardware and systems supporting development of end user products as well as testers and trainers for those products. During the requirement and design phases, these engineers will coordinate heavily with other engineers.

 

Responsibilities

  • Technical responsibilities through full life cycle development

  • Technical design and architecture; leading the team’s direction

  • Act with technical independence pursuant toward successful completion of programs

  • Other related duties as assigned by supervisor

Qualifications

BS in Computer Science or Computer Engineering is required with a minimum of 5 years of related experience.

 

Mandatory Job Qualifications:

Applicants must have all of the following to be considered for this position:

  • Ability and willingness to travel up to 25% domestically. May require infrequent international travel.
  • Real Time, Embedded C / C++ Coding; minimum of 5 years
  • Linux or RTOS or Device Drivers: minimum of 5 years
  • Software-Software and Software-Hardware Integration: 5 years
  • Ability to communicate effectively with peers, managers and program leadership.

 

Highly Desired Job Qualifications:

Applicants with the following qualifications will be given first consideration:

  • Active DOD SECRET Clearance
  • Real Time, Embedded C/C++ Coding expertise level for 10 years
  • Linux/RTOS/Device Drivers expertise level for 10 years
  • Software Architecture: 7 years

 

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