DCS Corporation is seeking a talented Software Engineer to develop, maintain and enhance complex integrated hardware and software systems in support of U.S. Army scientific research objectives. This position will be on-site with our Army customer and require familiarity with a broad set of software development and software engineering skills. The core responsibilities for the position will be design and implementation of software to integrate new hardware sensors and design and implementation of software used in experimentation such as games, simulations, surveys, and user interfaces for experiment control.
Essential Job Functions:
Support of software implementation in C++, C#, Python, Java and MATLAB on Windows and Linux.
Support of software requirements analysis, design, coding and documentation.
Supporting the development of Virtual Reality applications in Unity for use in scientific research experiments.
Support of software implementation on Android using Android Studio (Java).
Development of software components to interface with wearable hardware sensors.
Work with Army research teams to customize software solutions for specific experimental objectives.
Perform software component tests and system integration tests for adherence to specifications.
Apply software best practices (version control, documentation, etc.) for all developed and modified software.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Electrical Engineering and 8 years of experience or Masters and 6 years of experience.
5 years of experience with software development software engineering.
Must be able to obtain a National Agency Check (NAC).
Programming experience in Java, C++, Python, and C#.
Experience with development in Unity, specifically for Virtual Reality applications targeting HTC Vive or Oculus Rift.
Familiarity with Android software development.
Understanding of object oriented analysis and design.
Familiarity with UML, Windows, Linux, and computer networking.