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Embedded Software Developer – ASL - 1395

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Huntsville, AL
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Title: Embedded Software Developer – ASL - 1395
JobID: 1395
Location: Huntsville, AL
Description: Looking for an enthusiastic embedded software developer interested in supporting the development of Board Support Package and drivers (MIL-STD-1553, ARINC-429, Ethernet, and discrete) for Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS).  You will analyze, design, and develop software stack running on various multi-core embedded target systems that meet DO-178C safety and security requirements. As part of a team, you will participate in the development of a software artifacts in support airworthiness analysis and certification.  As part of the effort, you will also be responsible for specifying, implementing (C, C++, Python), and testing your SW components.  Effort will be in support for system design and analysis for the Army Aviation platforms, handling embedded and aviation based interfaces.


Research Scientist II

  • A Master’s degree and three (3) years of relevant full-time experience after completion of that degree,
  • A Master’s degree and five (5) years of relevant full-time experience after completion of a Bachelor’s degree, or
  • A Doctoral degree.
  • Automotive, industrial, or aviation work experience.
  • Excellent skills and practice in programming with one or more software languages; C, C++, C#, Ada for embedded systems.
  • Programming skills in Python script language is a plus
  • Debugging skills and practice in the use of debugging tools and hardware measurement equipment
  • Software development processes for Flight-Critical and Safety-Critical Software; Rhapsody, DOORS, SCADE, etc.
  •  Experience in the domain of control interfaces like ARINC-429, CAN, Ethernet, I2C, I2S, MIL-STD-1553, SATA, SPI, UART, USB, and such
  • Experience with low-level programming of microcontrollers, use of GPIO, interrupt configuration, use of DMA, hardware debuggers, JTAG
  • Experienced BIOS, UEFI and SEC and all the BIOS phases
  • Understanding of interrupts, security, EXE bootloader, stages
  • Very good communication skills in written and spoken English
  • A current SECRET Security Clearance is required

Preferred Skills

  • Must be a pro-active, self-starter
  • Functional Safety development experience
  • Working knowledge of RTOS's including Green Hills, QNX, VxWorks, or LynxOS
  • System Safety and Software Safety requirements IAW MIL-STD-882, JSSSEH, AMCOM REG 385-17, SAE ARP 4754, SAE ARP 4761, IEC 61508, ISO 26262
  • Open Group Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) standard experience
  • Working knowledge of Agile SW development methodologies
  • Experience with Logic/Bus Analyzers
  • Familiarity with debugging and programming

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