Software Developer, Staff

Job Description The Engineering Solutions Directorate of AMERICAN SYSTEMS Lexington Park office is seeking qualified Software Developers. The qualified candidates will fill positions that match their strengths and preferences. There are multiple positions ranging from developing software that interfaces with aircraft hardware in the loop to developing GUI applications for Instructor Operator Stations used to operate the simulators. All positions in some way support the development of high fidelity engineering simulations used in simulators for the Navy. These simulators are used in accident mishap investigation, flight testing, new product development, and more. Other possible tasking includes developing shell scripts and support programs as needed in Linux environments. Interacting as needed with OS, Software, and Hardware product vendors. Provide Verification and Validation (V&V) support by evaluating Software Life Cycle Documentation to include but not limited to Software Requirement Specifications, Documents, and Test procedures. The Lexington Park office is located approximately 60 miles south of Washington, DC on a beautiful peninsula surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay, Potomac River, and Patuxent River. Come to work in jeans and be casual! Work Location: Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Maryland AMERICAN SYSTEMS is one of the top 100 employee owned companies in the United States. Employer Ownership means, that at AMERICAN SYSTEMS, we treat each other with respect. Every member of our team has a vested interest and benefits from MISSION SUCCESS. We all have the same goals, particularly in service to our nations War Fighters; providing, team-focused, mission-essential support in challenging environments. Being truly effective means pushing beyond basic requirements. We build skilled and committed teams of experts. We conduct our work with a sense of purpose; loyal to the mission, ourclients, each other and to the long-term success of the company. #CJPOST AMS1 Department: Technology

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