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Current Job Openings
The MIT Sea Grant College Program (MITSG), a multidisciplinary laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is seeking a software engineer to work with a team of naval architects and electrical and mechanical engineers, along with other programmers to develop a variety of software tools to be used in the design of ships and ship systems.
This position supports the Electric Ship Research and Development Consortium (ESRDC), which brings together in a single entity the combined programs and resources of leading electric power research institutions to advance near- to mid-term electric ship concepts. The consortium is supported through a grant from the United States Office of Naval Research.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions**):
Current MITSG research includes writing software tools for use in the design of ships; building hardware and writing software for surface and underwater marine autonomous robots; and writing software to model important ocean phenomena such as ocean inundation, ocean acidification and carbon sequestration.
Primary coding will be in C++.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science. Minimum 3 years of experience programming in C++ or related experience.
Strong experience programming in C++, including Graphical User Interface design (Qt preferred).
Familiarity with Computer-Aided Design. Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills needed, to allow candidate to work with a geographically-distributed team of developers, evening work unlikely, some weekend work may be required.
Some domestic travel is required. Experience using discretion and implementing safeguards when handling confidential information. US Citizen or Green Card needed as project requires visits to government buildings with restricted access.
Experience or familiarity with working under the Agile Development Model and ability to integrate data generated by collaborators in different geographic locations.
Familiarity with NoSQL databases and the Apache Hadoop framework.
Interest in cloud application development, specifically back-end development, and in relational databases (SQL, PostgreSQL).
MS in Computer Science with 1+ years of experience.
The appointment will run until the current project end date of January 2017. At this time, the project/position may be extended through January 2019. The extended project may include data storage from a distributed network of data gatherers, and data visualization and analysis using advanced statistical tools. May include work in cloud application development and relational databases focusing on environmental data in the world's oceans.
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