Your opportunities for achievement are limitless with Northrop Grumman Mission Systems.
A co-op at Northrop Grumman is unique. Sure, youll learn new skills, explore our enterprise, network with experts, connect with thought leaders, and finish with a resume that opens doors. But youll gain something even more valuable: pride in what youve done. Join us and launch your career. Well support you with training, employee resource groups, and our shared vision of global security.
Northrup Grumman is seeking Software Engineers to join the Mission Systems Co-op Program. This position will be located in the Baltimore, MD area (locations include Linthicum, Annapolis and Sykesville, MD).
The qualified candidate will become part of Northrop Grummans Software & Digital Technologies department and have the opportunity to work on exciting projects such as Electronic Warfare, Radar, Space, and International systems. Work may focus on digital design (FPGA, ASIC, etc) and/or embedded software development. The selected candidate will work in a dynamic people-focused environment where he/she will interact with users, customers and other developers.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Full life cycle product development on a variety of architectures and target hardware platforms
- Applications include real-time sensor control, target class/detect/tracking, data acquisition and analysis, digital signal processing, networks and communications/security, intelligence data cross correlation, image processing, reverse
engineering, artificial intelligence, database management, GUI development, programmable logic device (PLD, CPLD, EPLD, FPGA) design, application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) design, and digital & mixed signal subsystem design
- Utilizing software engineering technologies such as Object Oriented Design/Programming, Client-Server Distributed Architectures, Service Oriented Architectures, C/C++, C#, Java, Java Enterprise Edition, Embedded Real-time
Development, Database Design, Web Technologies, .NET, and the Unix, Linux, Windows, VxWorks, and Mercury Operating Systems