Raytheon Scientist II - Signal Processing (Temporary Part-time) in Middletown, Rhode Island
U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment. Raytheon BBN Technologies is seeking a digital signal processing engineer with underwater acoustics experience to join our Physical Sciences & Systems business unit located just outside Newport, Rhode Island. We are looking for world class contributors to join our team solving problems that are both technically challenging and cutting-edge. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, algorithm development, embedded and real-time implementation and optimization, modeling and simulation, and performance testing. The ideal candidate is comfortable learning new technologies and thrives working in a multi-disciplinary capacity. Raytheon BBN offers an exciting, fast paced, collaborative environment with the opportunity to contribute to cutting edge research. Career growth is encouraged through participation in leading research conferences, on-site training, mentoring, and tuition reimbursement. BBN offers benefits including a 401K matching plan, retirement contributions, and performance based bonuses. Qualifications & Skills required: • Software engineering proficiency in C utilizing a Linux environment • Working knowledge of MATLAB • Real time embedded signal processing using vector libraries • Optimizing libraries and algorithms • Multi-rate signal processing, beam-forming, direction finding, and CFAR detection processing • Experience with a formal design/code/test process. • Strong verbal and written communication skills • A current US DoD Top Secret clearance is required. Required Education & Experience: • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant discipline and 11 years of direct experience; or MS in relevant field and 9 years of direct experience 123801
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