Would you like to get involved in the software development aspects of multifunction radar design? We currently have a vacancy for a Software Development Engineer at our site in Cowes on the Isle of Wight.
As a Software Development Engineer, you will be undertaking software development activities to upgrade our products. You will mainly be working on the Sampson project which is currently moving into midlife update and technical upgrades. There will also be potential for you to work on Artisan – our newest 3D radar.
This varied role will provide you with the scope to work on all types of projects, using legacy and new cutting-edge technologies.
Your main responsibilities as a Software Development Engineer will involve:
Producing and maintaining UML designs
Producing and maintaining code to meet the documented designs
Participating in the performance of peer Reviews of generated designs and code
Undertaking Software Integration Test and Acceptance activities for all identified builds
Producing any test harnesses necessary to support the Integration Test and Acceptance activities
Producing and maintaining the Software Configuration Management Plan
Participating in the registration and release activities
Managing the software repository, covering documentation, code and data, problem reporting, registration and status accounting
Your skills and qualifications as a Software Development Engineer:
Degree in Software or Electronic Engineering or equivalent
Recent experience of using the ADA and/or C++ programming language
Understanding of software architecture design and build
Aptitude for coding
Hands on hardware experience
Previous experience of operating in a defence or high safety integrity environment and familiar with and interested in real-time software development
Experience of software integration, testing and acceptance activities
Experience of problem solving in code
What we're looking for in you:
You will be organised and efficient, capable of finding innovative and intelligent solutions to problems. You will be able to communicate complex information in a simple and logical manner.