- Expired: May 13, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
P3I is looking for a Software Developer to support the Tactical Networks Group at MIT Lincoln Lab,. which specializes in advanced network and communications systems development, with a focus on tactical mobile, military airborne networks of the future. The Tactical Networks Group uses a combination of technical analysis, modeling, simulation, emulation, prototype development, and flight evaluation to develop new communication systems and evaluate and predict their performance under expected conditions. Position Responsibilities: Develops application software. Writing and implementing efficient code. Researches, designs, develops and implements software applications and systems. Involved in planning of system and development deployment as well as responsible for meeting software compliance standards. Evaluates, designs and implements interface between hardware and software, operational requirements, cloud offering, system architecture, security and characteristics of overall system. Researching, designing, implementing and managing software programs. Identifying areas for modification in existing programs and subsequently developing these modifications. Determining operational practicality. Documents testing, client experience and maintenance of system corrections. May partner and collaborate with cyber security teams to ensure compliance with security standards. May develop and conduct unit tests. This position requires: Extensive experience in software design, development, integration, testing and analysis in order to build Link Layer/MAC protocols for tactical systems. Developer should thrive in a rapid-prototyping environment with fast design-debug cycles. C++ is the primary languages for development. A strong background in software development of MAC protocols such as topology control, rate adaptation, and time synchronization is required. Development experience in a native Linux environment is required. In addition, experience in the following areas is preferred: Experience in military or DoD wireless communications Experience in network modeling and simulation using NS3 Experience in protocol design Experience in radio communications concepts (software-defined radios, MAC, physical layer, RF) Interview process will likely consist of a phone screen followed by an extensive zoom interview with the team members. Candidate should be local and available to go onsite as needed. It will be partial remote in the long term. They will accept a candidate that is within driving distance (up to 3-4 hours away) that would be able to come to Lexington as needed with some advance notice. The person should be prepared to be onsite for the first few days of the job. Location: Lexington, Massachusetts Employment Type: Full-Time
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