Lockheed Martin Software Engineer / Embedded / C++ / Orlando, Fl in Orlando, Florida
Description: At Lockheed Martin we strive to always recruit the best and brightest talent. If that describes you and you have the technical skills listed in this job requisition we encourage you join the Lockheed Martin team.
Software Engineer to develop Common Munitions BIT/Reprogramming Equipment (CMBRE) Munitions Application Program (MAP) software. The software will be developed following LMMFC standard processes and will entail ICD review, Requirements Analysis, Design, Implementation, Integration/Test and Verification, Change Control and Configuration Management. The CMBRE is equipment used to interface with weapon systems via Mil-Std-1553 and Ethernet protocols to initiate built-in tests (BIT), report BIT results, perform OFP reprogramming, and perform maintenance log file management functions. Candidate must be proficient in developing C++ software code for backend processing integrated with QT GUI tools for user interfaces. Development in a Windows environment.
- Demonstrated experience developing software using C#/C++
- Experienced Windows developer with analysis and debug skills in the MS Visual Studio environment
- Experience with GUI design
- Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) development
- Experienced in the use of UML design tools
- Experienced in the use of configuration management tools
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