Mission Computer Software Engineer

Software engineer to support several F/A-18 aircraft software projects. Projects are multi-year efforts, in support of the USN, USMC, and FMS customers.

Essential Job Functions:

Perform requirements analysis and functional allocation, implement allocated requirements through software design, code, and test support. Investigate, analyze, and resolve reported software anomalies.

Participate in product inspections through each phase of the software lifecycle.

Participate in process improvement activities as assigned.

Provide design reviews and milestone status presentations as assigned.


Required: Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science/Engineering is required plus at least 8 years of relevant experience; however other disciplines, such as Electronic Engineer, with strong software experience will be considered.

Must be eligible to obtain and maintain a security clearance.

Ability to work as part of a team or independently.

Skills should include some of the following: Assembly Language, C++, Perl, UML Modeling, and Unix.

Desired Skills:

Familiarity with Serena Dimensions, Atlassian, Git, DOORS, Visual Studio, VAPS, VxWorks, Integrity, Rational Rhapsody, and the Microsoft Office Suite.

Experience and/or knowledge in some of the following areas: MiIL-STD-1553B, CMMI, Real Time Operating systems, Object Oriented Design, Design Patterns, tactical data links (VMF, Link-16, Tadil-J), Aircraft Navigation/Communication, MIL-STD-1760 (Weapons),
Mission Planning Systems, and Tactical RADARs.


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