RESEARCH ENGINEER/SR. RESEARCH ENGINEER
Southwest Research Institute - Durham, NH

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Design and develop embedded systems software for a variety of military, space and commercial applications such as spacecraft control avionics, ACS systems and power control subsystems and high-reliability software; perform all phases of the system lifecycle, including applied research, requirements generation, design, implementation, testing, integration, installation and documentation; interact with clients and make technical presentations; provide field support at customer facilities.

Education/Experience:
Requires a BS degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or Aerospace Engineering or related field with at least a 3.0 GPA. Master’s degree is a plus. Priority will be given to candidates with direct space flight design experience. Must have 3+ years of experience in designing software for high reliability embedded systems. Must be an Embedded systems designer/developer with strong software skills and networking/socket programming; proficient in C/C++ and RTEMS OS for embedded systems is required; familiarity with VxWorks is a plus; interest and/or experience in working with hardware a plus; excellent verbal and written communication skills required; must be able to work independently and in project team environments; must have good organizational skills and attention to detail; aptitude for continuous learning and leadership potential. Field support may require travel to customer facilities. Must maintain access rights to the UNH campus and SwRI-EOS office. A valid/clear driver's license is required.

Special Considerations:
Note: Work assignment is in Durham, New Hampshire. Applicant selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen.

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