Jacobs Radar Mid Level Software Engineer-Hybrid in Washington, District Of Columbia
The mission of the Naval Research Lab’s Radar Division is to conceive, develop, demonstrate, document, and transition RF sensing concepts, technologies, and intellectual property that provide technological advantage for the Department of the Navy. This is accomplished through basic research, exploratory development, and advanced technology demonstrations in partnerships across the laboratory, with Warfare Centers, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs), University Affiliated Research Centers (UARCs), academia, and industry. Fundamental to the mission is the performance of high quality forward-leaning research and engineering that is rigorous, complete, and detailed, and performed with consideration of the Navy and Marine tactical operating environments.
• Developing the interface between existing software and other components of the system.
• Optimizing existing code to meet performance requirements.
• Developing logging and error handling in existing software.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Secret or higher clearance
BS degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or Computer Engineering and at least 14 years of experience in the development and testing of radar systems; or
MS degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or Computer Engineering and at least 12 years of experience in the development and testing of radar systems; or
PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or Computer Engineering and at least eight years of experience in the development and testing of radar systems.
Programming skills in C++ including multithreading
Programming skills in SSE/AVX vectorization
Programing skills in CUDA GPU parallelization
Be familiar with handling network packets as each component of the system resides on a separate network node
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