Flight Systems Software Engineer
Posted on: August 2, 2022
Every day we work to solve challenging problems for some of our
nation's most important public and private organizations.
This Jobot Job is hosted by Kendall Clark
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Salary $100,000 - $120,000 per year
A Bit About Us
We are a startup focused on lidar sensors for autonomous systems.
We are building a culture of high performance that we think can
change the world for the better. We would like to add a motivated,
fast-paced Firmware/Software Development leader with a diverse and
solid background to our on-site team in Hampton, Virginia.
Why join us?
The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a Senior Flight
Software/Embedded Firmware Engineer to provide design and
development support for our second generation lidar to support
space and defense markets. The role will include lab
demonstrations, field tests, and prototypes to be supplied to
potential customers for testing in their systems.
The work requires real time and offline algorithm adaption and
coding of complex algorithms, low level driver development and
implementation, software and firmware design, integrated
opto-electronic control and housekeeping management, inter-module
communication protocol, high speed electronics and software testing
and debugging, high reliability techniques, signal processing, and
in-situ, full system testing of instrumentation systems and
navigation algorithms. Ability to collaborate with Systems
Engineering and hardware builds to define function allocation among
software and hardware resources is a must. These systems will be
used for detecting, recording, measuring, or controlling physical
conditions, phenomena, and environments encountered in defense and
aerospace development programs.
Mentors junior engineers related to the study, development, and
test of hardware, data system components, or equipment. Oversees
the day-to-day development activities of small design and
development teams in support of the project manager's work
Major Engineering Responsibilities
Software requirements definition
Design, develop, and test complex, high reliability
micro-processor, micro-controller and FPGA based systems.
Deliver high quality design, documentation, and implementation that
meet defined requirements as well as support products throughout
the life cycle
Collaborate with team members across multiple engineering
disciplines including Systems, Software, and
Be an active participant in bids and proposals for new business
Active contributor to streamlining department processes and
adopting industry best practices
Ability to architect, design, code, and test complex FPGAs is
Education And Qualifications
BS in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering (Master's
degree is a plus)
7+ years of overall digital design based electrical engineering
Demonstrated knowledge/experience with designing and developing
systems using microprocessors (single and/or multi-core),
microcontrollers, and FPGAs
Demonstrated experience with any of the standard high-speed
topologies (1/10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE), PCIe, Fiber Channel,
Serial Rapid IO or similar)
Proficient with serial communications such as UARTs, SPI, I2C and
Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication, and
problem-solving skills required
Ability to work alone or on a team setting
Experience with source control management tools
Fully skilled in MS programs such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint,
Project, and Visio
Highly Desired Technical Skills
Experience with Xilinx Ultrascale+ series of FPGAs
Demonstrated HDL coding experience with Microsemi, Xilinx and/or
Intel (Altera) FPGAs using either Verilog or VHDL.
Familiarity with signal integrity tools
Exposure to MATLAB and Simulink
Image processing experience such as OpenCV, OpenCL or similar
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