Sr. Principal Embedded Software Engineer - Microservices
- Camarillo, CA
At the heart of Defining Possible is our commitment to missions. In rapidly changing global security environments, Northrop Grumman brings informed insights and software-secure technology to enable strategic planning. We're looking for innovators who can help us keep building on our wide portfolio of secure, affordable, integrated, and multi-domain systems and technologies that fuel those missions. By joining in our shared mission, we'll support yours of expanding your personal network and developing skills, whether you are new to the field or an industry thought-leader. At Northrop Grumman, you'll have the resources, support, and team to do some of the best work of your career.
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems (NGMS) is looking for you to join our team as a Senior Principal Embedded Software Engineer - Microservices based out of Point Mugu, CA.
We are seeking a lead software engineer for a full time assignment supporting the design and development of an Airborne Electronic Attack program with our Navy Customer at Pt. Mugu. The focus for this assignment will be developing Mission Planning software for the Navy's Electronic Warfare Tactical Information and Report Management System (ETIRMS) at Pt. Mugu. The successful candidate will have experience in design, development and integration in full life cycle software system development.
We are looking for a senior-level software engineer to work in a dynamic team environment that entails interaction with distributed teams including the Navy customer and other contractors. The position includes coordination and collaboration with external organizations and internal functional disciplines to plan, execute and work through program activities and issues; with strong oral/written communications skills and demonstrated technical leadership capabilities. This includes the maintenance of strong customer relationships and providing innovative technical solutions specific to software and the domain of electronic attack.
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