Embedded Software Engineer, Electronics II-IV (4556)
Regardless of language or framework, you'll practice excellent engineering processes, including making well-considered choices in architecture and design patterns, holding design and code reviews, and performing thorough unit, system, and regression testing.
You'll help schedule your own work based on the priorities of the team and of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO), and you'll take responsibility for the work you do. Your excellent written and verbal communication skills will allow you to coordinate the actions of many people and to document and present your work. This position will encourage you to invent more effective ways of improving your telescopes, and when you do you'll work with scientists and engineers to schedule, cost, implement, and test them.
Although relocation is not required, candidates must reside in the United States and have current authorization to work in the United States. Much of the team is located at the NRAO Science Operations Center, located on the campus of New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. Socorro, NM is a small, historic city in the Rio Grande Valley, 75 miles south of Albuquerque. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, Socorro offers ample access to outdoor recreation.
In addition to competitive pay, NRAO provides excellent paid time off benefits (vacation and sick leave). Medical, dental and vision plans are effective first day of employment. NRAO’s retirement benefit contributes an amount equal to 10 percent of a qualified participant’s base pay and is effective the first full pay period after six months of employment. No contribution is required of the employee; we also offer an optional supplemental, tax-deferred plan for employee retirement contributions.
Job Duties Summary
Responsibilities will include:
- Working collaboratively to implement well-tested firmware.
- Designing, implementing, and testing software in an Agile development team.
- Using professional development practices including test-driven development and bug tracking.
- Following NRAO and government safety policies and procedures.
- Performing other relevant duties as assigned.
Work is typically performed in a research or development environment. You must be able to communicate effectively verbally, over video, and in writing with personnel who may be in different time zones. Occasional travel (domestic and international) may be required.
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or a related field.
Advanced degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or a related field.
One to two years of experience implementing, testing, and supporting engineering production through firmware and software development.
Five or more years of experience implementing, testing and supporting engineering production through firmware and software development:
- Demonstrated skills in firmware development and simulation.
- Demonstrated skills in software architecture and design pattern selection and implementation.
- A record of having rapidly learned multiple disciplines outside of formal schooling.
- Demonstrated leadership skills and enthusiasm.
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