Advanced Systems Network Engineer

Job Description:

 Responsibilities:

Executes in-vehicle network architecture with the team

Documents solutions for deliverables

Recommends and evaluates network hardware

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related technical field, or equivalent work experience

Must be a US citizen or US lawful permanent resident allowing for International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) compliance

Minimum 2 years of relevant work experience

Experience with In-Vehicle Network (IVN) architecture and design

Experience with networking hardware, network structures, data transmission rate, network configuration, network protocol, and network resource utilization

Knowledge in Agile program methodology and implementation

Ability to configure, network, and troubleshoot

Ability to work on the engineering and integration of military ground vehicle electronics systems and subsystems

Knowledge of best practices in documentation of networking and network hardware

Knowledge of Ethernet, Controller Area Network (CANBUS), C4ISR/Electronic Warfare Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS), Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCiE), video distribution networks, and in-vehicle networks

Preferred:

Master’s degree in computer science or a related technical field

Experience with Agile Process methodologies

Experience developing and writing requirements definitions

Experience in network development, configuration, and testing

Experience with the engineering and integration of military ground vehicle electronics systems and subsystems

Good knowledge of Vetronics systems and application

Good understanding of business processes: creation, refinement, and gap analyses

Ability to interface with software, network, hardware development, and integration teams

Knowledge of network topology, communications standards, and protocols

Detail-oriented with the ability to quickly assimilate and apply new concepts, business models, and technologies

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