Flight Simmulation Software Engineer
Location: Saint Louis
Posted on: September 16, 2018
Saint Louis,Missouri,United States 6J7BP3 The Strategic Training C-17 Program Training System Support Center (TSSC) Software Engineer develops, documents and maintains architectures, requirements, algorithms, interfaces and designs for real time simulation software systems for military training devices that support the mission of the United States Air Force's C-17 Tactical Airlift Aircraft. Position Responsibilities
- You will develop, integrate and maintain real time software components into a fully functional simulation systems for C-17 training devices.
- Troubleshoot and resolve functional discrepancies identified in the simulation software.
- You will develop software verification plans, unit and Hardware/Software Integration (HSI) test procedures and test environments.
- Execute the unit and HSI test procedures and document test results to ensure software system requirements are met.
- Develop, select, tailor and deploy software processes, tools and metrics.
- You will follow established software configuration management policies and practices.
- Execute and document software research and development projects and serves as a subject matter expert for software domains, system-specific issues and development processes. The simulation executives controlling the various C-17 training devices are written primarily in the Ada, C#, C, C++ and Visual Basic high order programming languages and compiled to execute within the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Windows operating system environments as applicable to the host computing platform. C-17 aircraft subsystems simulated by the simulation executives include: Propulsion, Fuel, Pneumatics, Pressurization, Hydraulic, Electrical, Air Conditioning, Auxiliary Power, Communications, Navigation, Instrument Landing, Data Link, Exterior/Interior Lighting, Pitot-Static, Flight Controls, Landing Gear, Aerial Delivery, Aerial Refueling, Cargo Systems, Cargo Delivery, Flight Management, Caution and Warning, Aerodynamics, Defensive Systems, Identification System, Oxygen System, Instrumentation and Radar. Simulation support subsystems incorporated into the C-17 WST simulation executive include Ground Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are engineers and technicians. Skilled scientists and thinkers. Bold innovators and dreamers. Join us, and you can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world. This position requires an active Secret U.S. Security Clearance (A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered active). Basic Qualifications (Required Skills and Experience)
- Must have a Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of 5 years experience; a Master's Degree and a minimum of 3 years experience; or Doctorate Degree with experience in engineering, computer science, mathematics or physics.
- Must have experience with Ada and C# High Order Programming Languages (preferably Ada, C#, C/C++ and Visual Basic). Desired Experience, Skills, and Qualifications
- Current Secret U.S. Security Clearance - Most Recent Background Investigation (initial or periodic) must have been completed within the last 10 years.
- Experience with developing real time, simulation software for military training devices.
- Experience with C-17 Training Devices.
- Experience with Ada, C#, C/C++ and Visual Basic programming languages.
- Experience with developing simulation applications in the Unity virtualization environment.
- Experience with developing software for the Unix/Linux and Windows operating system environments.
- Ability to work in a diverse environment.
- Strong decision making skills and ability to work independently Typical Education/Experience Degree and typical experience in engineering classification: Bachelor's and 5 or more years' experience, Master's degree with 3 or more years' experience or PhD degree with experience. Bachelor, Master or Doctorate of Science degree from an accredited course of study, in engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or chemistry. ABET is the preferred, although not required, accreditation standard. Yes, 10 % of the Time Training and Professional Svcs Individual Contributor No No Standard United States; The Boeing Company
Keywords: Boeing, St. Louis , Flight Simmulation Software Engineer, IT / Software / Systems , Saint Louis, Missouri
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