Associates get the royal treatment at Garmin. Regardless if you’re a newbie or a veteran, engineers dream it, design it and use it. Here, you will be surrounded by others who share the same passion about what they do every day. We offer a relaxed team environment (no dress code!) where advancement is found from sharing knowledge, not hiding it! While we promise you a lot of responsibility, you also will have the opportunity to have ownership over projects…oh, and we promise you there will be some fun mixed in there, too!
Garmin aviation, now boarding – new engineers! Our avionics team is looking for self-motivated, confident and passionate engineers to help us create products that solve complex problems and make pilots lives safer, healthier and more enjoyable. At Garmin, our aviation technology provides an industry-leading combination of performance, safety, quality, value, innovation and ease of operation to help our consumers get the most out of every hour they spend in the air. We strive for continual innovation, resulting in high-quality, state-of-the-art products aimed at giving our pilots an unwavering level of confidence when they’re up in the air.
Our aviation product development team in Olathe, Kansas is hiring a full time Aviation Software & Systems Engineer to support successful conception, development, simulation, testing and maintenance of sophisticated avionics systems including, but not limited to, attitude and heading references systems (AHRS) and air data computers (ADC).
Garmin’s Aviation Software & Systems Engineers are responsible for conceiving innovative ways to improve the functionality, safety, and/or efficiency of avionics systems, generally by applying sensor technologies through research of emerging sensor technologies and development of new algorithmic approaches which have potential to provide a competitive advantage for avionics systems. Other core functions include designing, implementing, and testing embedded software for avionics systems and participating in support and maintenance of fielded systems numbering in the thousands and assisting in product design activities including electrical, software, or mechanical development.
Qualified candidates will possess a Masters Degree or PhD in Electrical, Aerospace, Software or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited college or university with a cumulative minimum 3.5 GPA or a field relevant to Garmin’s business needs for this role, or 4 years work experience performing a role substantially similar to the essential functions of this job description and demonstrated training and knowledge in dynamics, estimation, and/or control theory relevant to Garmin’
s business needs for this role. A minimum of 2 years experience performing a role that involves structured software programming, preferably C or C++ and active use of system design and analysis tools, preferably Matlab and/or Simulink. Demonstrated strong and effective verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills and superior analytical skills with keen attention to detail and quality are also a must!
Candidates with demonstrated knowledge of Inertial sensors and navigation relevant to Garmin’s business needs, experience with RTCA DO-178B software development and certification testing procedures, and or a Private pilot’s license are preferred.
At Garmin, we like to laugh, have fun and work hard. It comes easily when you work on cool products with hard-working individuals who share the same passion. We offer numerous opportunities to get involved – kickball anyone? – and believe strongly in a work-life balance so your creativity can flow.
Garmin offers one of the most comprehensive compensation and benefit plans around. We offer extensive health care coverage with little to no contributions, depending on the plan. Plus, we offer company-paid dental insurance, stock options, a 401k plan, a pension plan….trust us, it doesn’t get much better than this. Unless of course, you want to talk table tennis, fitness spaces, product discounts….come on, what are you waiting for? Apply today.
Garmin - 2 years ago
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