The MITRE Corporation Associate Embedded Software Engineer in Bedford, Massachusetts
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Would you like to join a team of world class researchers and engineers collectively focused on developing systems critical to national security? Are you seeking an opportunity to work in an environment where big ideas, sound technical arguments and sponsor impacts are valued? Then MITRE might be the place for you!
At MITRE, we believe that good ideas lead to great solutions through testing, exploration, development, and demonstration. In MITRE's Electronic System Development and Embedded Security department, we apply this principle as we dig deep into hard problems to find innovative, practical ways to solve tough challenges for a variety of government sponsors across a range of technical applications.
We are currently seeking entry-level candidates to grow our team, specifically those with experience implementing embedded software on SoC or other embedded platforms. As part of our team, you will have the opportunity to design and implement technical solutions for a wide range of challenges currently faced by our government sponsors. We specialize in rapid prototyping of advanced sensor, communication and navigation systems on real-time embedded platforms. As an applied research organization, we focus on capability development and demonstration while remaining decoupled from protracted product lifecycles and system support roles. Our world class labs provide a canvas for our team to conduct hands-on research and develop tangible solutions to support our military leaders and reinforce our nation’s defense. If this sounds interesting to you, then we would love to speak with you. Apply for this position!
This position provides an exciting opportunity to design and prototype state of the art embedded systems using commercial and custom platforms. Key opportunities include:
Working on cross-disciplinary teams of similarly bright and motivated engineers on projects of national importance
Real-time communication and sensor systems leveraging state of the art FPGA & SoC technology and cutting-edge SDR platforms
Advanced architectures for high throughput signal processing
Low size, weight, power and cost (SWaP-C), highly integrated custom platforms
A supportive culture of learning, professional growth, and development
Opportunities to build on skills and work on a diverse range of projects
Outstanding continuing education programs
Applicants selected for this position will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or applicants who are eligible for security clearances
B.S. (or higher) in Computer Science, Electrical or Computer Engineering.
Understanding of embedded systems and hardware/software interaction.
Familiarity with object-oriented programming including a working knowledge of one or more common languages such as Python, C++, C, Java, Perl, etc.
Understanding of good software development practices including approaches to design, implementation, testing, documentation, and debugging.
Basic knowledge of low-level processor architectures, operating system concepts, and hardware interfacing.
Candidate must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD security clearance which will require US citizenship.
M.S. or PhD in Computer Science, Electrical or Computer Engineering.
Exposure to cutting-edge, reconfigurable SoC platforms (i.e. Xilinx MPSoC, Xilinx RFSoC, Intel Arria 10 SoC)
Solid understanding of development practices including design and code reviews, testing and regression, revision control, and user documentation
Familiarity with scripting languages and build tools (TCL, Python, cmake, etc.)
Solid foundation of basic signal processing concepts and exposure to MATLAB
Experience implementing real-time signal processing algorithms for communication, RADAR, and/or navigation applications
Familiarity with real time operating systems, POSIX, embedded Linux user and kernel environments.
Experience with low-level hardware/software system debugging.
Familiarity with commercial wired and wireless networking protocols.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Autonomous and with demonstrated ability to provide deliverables or parts of deliverables to customers.
Possess an active DoD secret clearance
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