As a ULA employee, you’ll have the opportunity to grow in your career while working in a team-oriented culture that combines technology, innovation, ingenuity and a commitment to the extraordinary.
Together, our unshakable unity yields stronger solutions and better results as we carry out our mission to save lives, explore the universe, and connect the world.
Our team is excited to meet you!
Your Role: What you'll be doing
- This position is specifically working on the Engineering Data Review team which develops applications to aid our engineers in reviewing and analyzing the data for our launch vehicles. This includes the near real-time decommutation of telemetry, persistent storage of telemetry, and visualization of telemetry (the screens you see in the movies!).
- Responsibilities include developing new software products, implementing modern software design principles and concepts in accordance with our technical roadmap, resolving complex technical software problems, and providing solutions which are innovative and ingenious.
- You will work with a highly collaborative team in an Agile environment embracing a “fail-fast” mentality (fail fast, fail often, react quickly and learn from every failure).
- You will engage with Product Owners, Technology Architects, and Automation team members on cross-functional activities to design, develop, and test modern software solutions.
- Joining ULA's Software Engineering team will give you the opportunity to take on unique and mission-critical responsibilities while allowing you to shape your own career path and drive change.
Your Background: What education and experience you'll need
Requires a bachelor’s degree and 4 - 8 years of experience.
Your Background: What skills you'll need
- 3+ years experience with Linux/Unix-based operating systems
- 5+ years experience with C/C++
- 3+ years experience with Software Configuration Management practices and tools such as Git ( preferred ), SVN, or Perforce
- Experience working in an Agile environment
- Experience with object-oriented designs and languages