Computer / Systems Engineer

Job Description BAE Systems is seeking an experienced Computer / Systems Engineer with a computer engineering background to work in the design, development, and test of complex systems comprising both hardware and software. Responsibilities will include support of development of requirements, requirements tracking, system design & development, and verification and validation testing, as well as platform integration with emphasis on developing system to system networking solutions. The work will be performed in support of the US Navy in the development of IFF Systems. This position will require 5-10% travel to sponsor and OEM facilities, as well as test sites and operational platforms including US Navy and USCG surface ship platforms. This position is located in scenic and historic Southern Maryland in the St. Mary's County Technology Corridor adjacent to the Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Please be sure to address all requirements of posted requisition in resume. Only resumes that include all requirements will be considered. Typical Education & Experience Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and 2-6 years of related experience Required Skills and Education Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and 2-6 years of related experience Knowledge in the following areas: C/C++, JAVA, Lynx, real-time operating systems, embedded systems System design, development, and integration experience Experience in requirements development and tracking Ability to obtain and maintain the required security clearance Preferred Skills and Education Technical writing experience Communications experience Testing experience Minor in Mathematics or at least two semesters of Calculus 43560BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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