SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER

Posted: 10/16/2022

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SAIC is currently seeking a Senior Software Engineer experienced in FPGA-based design to support the development, integration, and testing of a wide range of underwater systems in Middletown, RI
The ideal candidate will have experience in both software engineering and electrical engineering.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • You will work within a multidisciplinary team of SAIC and government electrical engineers and computer engineers to define, design, and verify embedded electronic and processing systems for undersea applications. 
  • You will define requirements, generate architectural and detailed designs, generate test plans, lead and execute the testing of analog & digital electronic systems including debugging of embedded electronic and software systems. 
  • You will be exposed to a wide variety of projects and interesting engineering challenges. 
  • You must be highly motivated and have excellent problem solving and organizational skills, and the ability to work on multiple tasks concurrently with changing deadlines and priorities.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
  • Bachelors and two (2) years or more experience; Masters and zero (0) years related experience.
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in embedded design and electronic system testing.
  • Software:
    • Proficiency with C/C++ & Python.
    • Experience with different embedded software architectures.
    • Experience writing device drivers for bare-metal systems and Linux.
CLEARANCE:
  • Must be able to obtain and hold a clearance up to the level of SECRET.
DESIRED:
  • Software:
    • Experience with different processor boot sequences.
  • FPGAs:
    • Utilizes Test Driven Design (TDD) and creates self-testing test benches for every level of design.
    • Experience with clock domain crossing & timing closure techniques.
    • Experience with both pure FPGAs and MPSoCs.
    • Proficiency with VHDL or Verilog.
    • Experience with Xilinx Vivado/SDK or Vitis preferred. Altera Quartus acceptable.?
  • ?Electrical:
    • Comfortable going through schematics to debug hardware issues.
    • Comfortable with lab devices such as multimeters, logic analyzes, oscilloscopes, etc.

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