Want to work on 2020's technology today? Does debugging the
next-next generation of technology sound like fun? Do you have the advanced systems building skills, teamwork skills and intellectual curiosity required?
If so, BBN Technologies (a subsidiary of Raytheon) would like to hear from you. BBN has been a pioneer in data networking since we built the ARPANET in 1969. Our networking group has over 1,000 people years of experience imagining and building future networks. Once here, people tend to find living in the future is addictive. The guys who put the @sign into email, wrote some of the early TCP implementations, and invented anycast addressing are still here. So's the woman who built the first Internet router.
We're currently looking for creative systems people to work on projects that build innovative networking technology such as next-next-next generation radios, secure internetwork protocols, and data exfiltration tools.
Candidates should have a strong academic background along with strong implementation skills in languages such as C, Python, Java and VHDL and familiarity with revision and source control tools such as Git. Successful candidates will be goal-oriented, have experience working in teams, and be capable of developing skills supporting the acquisition of new R&D funding by contributing to proposals and white papers and/or making presentations to customers. Experience leading teams is desirable.
PhD degree in CS/EE or equivalent experience.
Experience in design, simulation and/or analysis, and implementation is required within one or more of the areas listed in the job description above. U.S citizenship or Permanent Residency is required. Ability and willingness to obtain a security clearance is desirable, but not required.
BBN Technologies - 19 months ago
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