Innovate and create at Leidos!
We have no shortage of challenging technical and research problems. Join Leidos team and apply your talents to solve them. We are looking for , our new Software Engineer to work to work in Dayton, Ohio within a team of developers to implement requirements and new features in an existing software application. Come work in a great agile-like research & development environment and let your career soar with us.
Things our Software Engineers do on the job:
Troubleshoot, characterize and correct software programming errors and correct existing program deficiencies.
Document software solutions, participate in technical meetings, and coordinate activity with other team members.
Creatively troubleshoot and solve software problems, and analyze performance problems.
Support research, engineering, and development of innovative solutions to support operational missions.
To be successful in this job you will need these:
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or related discipline or a Bachelor's of Science in math/physics/engineering with multiple years of real world programming experience with at least 4 years of experience
Must have a secret security clearance
Experience with software development life-cycle products from requirements, design, implementation, and testing phases
Must be able to perform C/C++ and Java programming
Must be able to perform Windows and Linux programming for 32-bit (and 64-bit) systems
Familiarity with avionics equipment and/or avionics service bus communications
Ability to do software/hardware integration
Familiar with multi-threaded, and IP socket programming techniques
Perform software modeling and simulation of hardware components as part of a larger system.
Ability to work independently &/or under supervision of other
Familiar with Microsoft Visual Studio, Eclipse, or NetBean IDEs
You will wow us even more if you have these skills:
Software development/engineering experience with open architectures such as Open Mission Systems.
Practical Knowledge of UML design tools
Multi-level security development experience
Embedded Real Time Software experience or low-level hardware interfacing experience (such as using embedded hobby boards like the Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Launchpad, Beagle, etc.).
Possess the ability to work in a team environment.