Software Engineer - C++
Morson International / Electrical engineers
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Job description: A real-time embedded software engineer is required in support of defensive aids development programmes within the Electronic Warfare business. The role includes design, development, test and support of current and future programs. SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS & KNOWLEDGE Essential Expert knowledge of the C++ software language and OO design principles. Expert capability in debugging in an embedded real-time environment with a COTS RTOS. Good knowledge of UML. Expert knowledge of a variety of Verification & Validation techniques, and the value of each. Recent demonstrable experience in developing Object Oriented designs using the C++ language. Good knowledge of developing software within a mature development process framework and able to demonstrate experience in all areas of the software lifecycle from requirements definition through to integration and delivery Desirable Experience of VxWorks Dimensions, DOORS, Rhapsody Dimensions,& VectorCAST. Wider experience of development in C++ and of development of PC based software using Microsoft toolsets. Defence / EW business domain experience. Experience and understanding of development to RTCA/DO-178B. Key responsibility areas Specification, design, coding and testing of complex real-time embedded software in C++. Production of mission critical quality software, to high integrity levels, company standards and customer requirements. Function as part of a team including support, development, peer reviews, etc. Maintain schedule adherence with specific focus on cost, quality and delivery to time. Reporting of progress, highlighting risks, opportunities and dependencies. To apply for this position, you must be eligible to live and work in the UK and either possess or be able to obtain UK MOD Security Clearance to SC Level.

Publication date
2017-10-10

Phone
01383 427605

Additional information
Morson Rosyth

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