Software Engineer - Linux, C++, Ada

Description:Provide support for Modular Mission Computer (MMC) Operational Flight Program (OFP) development in the Avionics Integration Support Facility (AISF) at Hill AFB, Utah. Duties include:

Debugging using Green Hills Multi / AdaMulti tools.

Target environments will be embedded MIPS and Power PC based flyable hardware as well as a simulated Solaris or Linux environment for desktop testing. [MIPS (an acronym for Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages) is a reduced instruction set computer (RISC) instruction set architecture (ISA) developed by MIPS Technologies (formerly MIPS Computer Systems)].

Maintain code and documentation within established configuration management systems: GIT and Dimensions.

Participate in Peer Reviews of documentation and code.

Must be a US Citizen; must be able to obtain a secret clearance. This position is located at a facility that requires special access.
Basic Qualifications:
Masters Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering or technical related discipline.

Code development in one of the following software languages: C++, C, C# , Ada, or Assembly.
Desired Skills:
The following skill are desired but not required:

Knowledge of software development methodologies such as Agile.

Object-Oriented Design (OOD) software development familiarization.

Knowledge of Unified Modeling Language (UML) modeling tools to develop software.

Basic Linux or Unix command knowledge.

Software configuration tool knowledge.

The following are desired but not required:

Software Integrated Development Environment (IDE) tool experience.

Software code experience with Ada.

Experience with developing F-16 or other USAF fighter aircraft avionics software.

Software development and debugging using Green Hills IDE tools.

Kennedy-Carter UML software modeling experience.

GIT software development configuration experience.

Rhapsody UML modeling experience.

Software Requirements traceability database tool experience.

Dimensions configuration management tool experience

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