Software Engineer Associate - Orlando, FL
Description:"As a entry level Software Engineer you will develop and maintain embedded software applications and/or desktop applications for Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control (MFC) products. Software engineer with experience in C/C++ and Linux operating systems. Tasks involve requirement, design, code, test, and integrate software for an embedded multi-core system as well as desktop computer applications for emulation of sensors and countermeasures. Prior experience in GUI development is a plus to develop a user and data display interface. Candidate will apply appropriate standards, processes, procedures, and tools throughout the development life cycle.
Software engineers with experience in C++/C for Linux operating systems running on multi-core Intel i7 processor is needed to develop system executive, mode control, Built-In-Test, device interfaces, maintainability, and advanced track algorithms. Experience with C++ including design patterns for embedded real-time system is preferred. Candidate will need to apply appropriate standards, processes, procedures, and tools throughout the software life cycle as well as test and integrate software on hardware. Individual is expected to take ownership of assigned tasks since the position offers opportunities for growth and understanding of complex systems.
Candidates filling this position will need a clearance at the level specified in "Clearance Level" or will need the ability to get a clearance if not specified."
Bachelors degree from an accredited college in a related discipline.
Must have the ability to obtain a security clearance.
It is required that the candidate has experience with:
Experience with C++
It is desired that the candidate has experience with or knowledge of one or more skills below:
Software configuration management
Full software life-cycle development
Ability to work with multi-disciplined teams
Prior software development internships.
Software integration and debugging techniques.
Familiarity with Agile practices
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