Electrical Engineering Intern
Description:The Skunk Works (Lockheed Martin Advanced Development Program) is looking for world class talent in Mission Systems and Software to be a part of a team that will carry on our 75 year tradition making history in advanced aircraft development.
This position is with the Advanced Development Programs Electronic Warfare group in Fort Worth, TX. This position requires an electrical engineer to work with an embedded software development team. The team uses a wide application of modern technical principles, theories, and concepts in the embedded software field to develop, integrate, and test open mission systems software products that can be applied to air and ground based systems.
The candidate will be responsible for embedded system/software architecture related to RF systems, mission computer hardware specifications and design, and low-level hardware/software integration. Candidate responsibilities will span the technology development lifecycle, including requirements generation, system and software design and implementation, integration and test.
The successful candidate will work with a high-performing Electronic Warfare team and must be self-motivated with a strong work ethic, time-management, and interpersonal skills. The successful candidate must have demonstrated effective communication skills as the position will require frequent inter-organizational and outside customer interactions.
Must be a US Citizen; this position requires a government security clearance. This position is located at a facility that requires special access.
- Pursuing a bachelor's or masters degree from an accredited college in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or a related field
- Experience with C/C++, Java
- Demonstrated leadership experience
- Experience with Python, software defined radios, GNU Radio
- Experience with the Systems Engineering Process from requirements generation, through development, integration, and test
- Recent work experience with embedded architectures, single board computers, hardware and software in the loop implementation and testing
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