Job Description :
Position: Embedded Software Engineer
Location: Sterling, VA
Duration: Long Term

Job Description:

Embedded UAV Controls Software Engineer

Design, code, test, and provide ongoing support for embedded systems software to meet technological and customer requirements
Define and analyze system software design requirements and write software requirements documents to meet defined and anticipated customer needs and system quality and performance standards
Write software integration and test plans; conduct and lead software verification, testing and integration efforts to identify required modifications and ensure optimum system performance at delivery
Collaborate with electrical engineers in planning, design and development of systems to ensure software and hardware performance and compatibility
Develop interface definitions in conjunction with design team and enforce interface control documents to record and validate system performance standards and results
Lead and participate in software Design Reviews to ensure team progress against milestones are met and to maintain highest quality level within project schedules
Serve as technical lead on projects as assigned, working with customers to meet deliverables and address and resolve technology or system issues
Must demonstrate the ability to maintain professional demeanor at all times and under all circumstances; effectively manage multiple priorities and deadlines; exceptional interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; strong customer service, quality, and team orientation; organizational skills and detail focus; self-motivation, self-direction, and able to work independently; and a commitment to continuous improvement of knowledge, skills and abilities

Skill Sets
-Real Time Embedded Software, C/C++
-Windows Forms, GUI development, C#
-DO-178B Requirements/Development/Test
-Embedded Linux/GCC/GDB
-GreenHills Integrity and MULTI, uCOS, VectorCast C
-Control Systems/Inertial Navigation Systems/Engine Control
-Interfaces - Serial/CANBus/Ethernet/I2C