Senior Avionics Software Engineer
Are you a Software Engineer who has developed airborne software applications? Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a company at the forefront of emerging and disruptive technology?
KDC are currently working with a futuristic and rapidly growing Aerospace company based in Germany, who are developing the world's first autonomous all-electric vertical take-off and landing air taxi which is going to change travel as we know it.
We are currently looking for a Senior Avionics Software Engineer to be embedded inside a multi-disciplinary team, you will take charge in developing the state-of-the-art flight control software, and contribute to the team your experience in engineering airborne software systems.
As this company are truly working at the forefront of emerging and disruptive aerospace technology, we need people who are not scared to think outside the box and push the boundaries of engineering. You will be given the opportunity to work in a truly flat organisational structure, alongside
As a minimum, you will need to have a Masters degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering (or similar) and at least 3-5 years of experience in the development of avionics software or other airborne software. You will also need to have excellent skills in software development in C as well as experience working to DO-178.
To give you an idea of your everyday responsibilities please see some examples below:
• Development of the software for the avionics and flight control systems
• Close cooperation with the avionics hardware engineers and with external development partners
• Development according to DO-178C
• Performing software test and verification
As well as working in this exciting and innovative business; this opportunity is also offering a competitive expatriate salary with an inclusive benefits package.
Are you ready to change the future of aviation? If so, get in touch with Nathan Sweeney at KDC Resource through the methods shown.
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