Fire Control Systems Simulation Engineer / Staff Level / Grand Prairie, TX
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Lockheed Martin is looking for a simulation engineer with experience modeling missiles and air defense fire control systems to work on a significant enhancement to a fielded missile system. Responsibilities will include creating, modifying and integrating models in a high-fidelity 6-DOF digital simulation, as well as leading the maintenance and configuration management of the simulation. This position requires C++ and FORTRAN programming experience and an active Secret security clearance.
Desired Skills: Experience with MATLAB,
Experience with simulations of missiles and air defense fire control systems.
Experience with Fortran and C++ programming.
Experience with performance simulations of aircraft or missile systems
Active Secret clearance.
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