Raytheon Associate Software Engineer - New Grad BS in Cambridge, Massachusetts

U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position will need a U.S. Security Clearance within 1 year of start date. Raytheon BBN Technologies is one of Raytheon’s premier research and development centers. Our diverse research portfolio combines the best technologies to deliver innovative, custom solutions with real-world benefit. We are seeking an Associate Software Engineer to join our Sensor Systems group. Our world-class team works with a broad range of government agencies to solve problems that are both technically challenging and cutting-edge. Applicants must have educational or practical experience with C or C++ and Linux. Educational or practical experience with embedded software generation and testing, research, Matlab, and real time software is a plus! Our work makes a real impact to operational systems. You will solve challenging problems including: • Developing sophisticated detection and classification algorithms against state-of-the-art threats; • Designing and implementing complex software to optimize sensor system life; • Supporting real time evaluation of your designs in realistic mission scenarios; and • Optimizing algorithm architecture for the highest performance. BBN offers a fast paced, collaborative environment with the opportunity to contribute to multiple projects. Career growth is encouraged through support for publications and participation in leading research conferences, training, and mentoring. Required Education and Experience: • BS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Math, Physics, or related disciplines. • 0 years of experience. New graduates are welcome to apply. • US citizenship is required 103401

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