Solidus is looking for a Software Programmer to work with a R&D group that has pioneered a set of Monte Carlo fast time simulation tools to evaluate Air Traffic Control separation and collision avoidance systems for emerging manned and unmanned aircraft applications. The Software Programmer is needed to deploy these tools to government sponsors by maintaining, upgrading, verifying, validating, and exercising the modeling and simulation infrastructure. Responsibilities: - Collaborate with teams to develop, refine, extract, and deploy software models of air traffic system components and integrated simulations. Models include air traffic environment representations, and component models that include sensors such as radar and electro-optical; trackers; decision support algorithms; pilot response; and vehicle dynamics. Simulation components are written primarily in Matlab, Simulink, and C/C++. - Open source software design, development, testing, and deployment - Proactively investigate and implement process and architecture improvements to software infrastructure Requirements: - US Citizenship and the ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance - BS plus 1 year minimum relevant experience or Associates Degree plus 3 years minimum relevant experience, or Technical School Certificate plus 3 years minimum relevant experience - Matlab, Linux, Windows, Git - Familiarity with compiled programming languages such as C/C++, and object oriented programming - Developing, debugging, and executing software in a Windows and Linux environment - Formal software development and deployment Preferred: - Simulink - Monte Carlo simulation and statistical methods - Databases, such as SQL - Familiar with parallel/cluster and cloud computing - Exposure and/or experience with the Air Traffic Control domain - VV&A processes (CMMI and DoD VV&A) Applicants selected must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. U.S. Citizenship may be required. Solidus is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify. NOTICE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES, DISABLED VETERANS AND OTHER PROTECTED VETERANS. It is the policy of this Company to seek and employ qualified individuals at all locations and facilities, and to provide equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees in recruiting, hiring, placement, training, compensation, insurance, benefits, promotion, transfer, and termination. To achieve this, we are dedicated to taking affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified individuals with disabilities, disabled veterans, and other protected veterans. The objective in adopting the Affirmative Action Programs is to place qualified individuals with disabilities, disabled veterans and other protected veterans in all job classifications. These Affirmative Action Programs are available for inspection by any applicant or employee by contacting the Company's EEO Coordinator, in the Human Resources office, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm. - provided by Dice Associated topics: algorithm, application, backend, develop, developer, devops, matlab, programming, sdet, software developer
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