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Software Engineer - Entry

Location:

Huntsville, AL

Time to Fill:

Immediate

Clearance:

yes

Type:

Full-Time Employee

Responsibilities:

  • Serves as an engineering and scientific team member.

  • Supports that senior engineering/scientific team in completion of U. S. Government assigned task orders—related to developmental programs for UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) and RPV (remotely piloted vehicle).

  • Primary duties will involve software programming.

  • Develop production-ready flight control software for UAS (unmanned aerial systems).

  • Implement controllers for specialized autonomous flight modes.

  • Implement Human-Machine Interfaces.

  • Analyze flight data.

  • Optimize existing flight control software.

Qualifications:

​Required:

  • BS Computer Science or Engineering degree, or similar related area

  • Strong C++ and Python skills.

  • 2 years task related experience; may consider a very recent college graduate with strong background.

  • Clearance Requirement: US Citizen with existing Department of Defense security clearance and the ability to maintain that clearance.

​Preferred:

  • Previous experience with open-source flight control stacks such as Ardupilot and PX4.

  • System design experience with middleware such as ROS.

  • Robotics experience

  • Familiarity with extended Kalman filters and higher-level algorithms.

  • Excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to troubleshoot issues in both the hardware and software domains. Knowledge of MATLAB, Qt, MAVLink, and C#.

  • Machine vision and AI experience.

  • Experience with UAS or aircraft

Additional Information:

  • Light to moderate travel schedule (15%); may include support for field exercises.

  • Competitive salary and full benefits package.

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Last Updated:

10/25/2019