Engineer Software 3

Posted 21 April 2022
LocationMelbourne Beach
Job type Contract

Job Description

Engineer Software 3

Location: Melbourne, FL


Individuals will work with, and auditing our Suppliers, to assess compliance to airworthiness criteria for Flight Critical Computing Systems (software and hardware) used in military aircraft.

Basic Qualifications:

  • At least 10 years of safety critical Computing System/Software/Hardware development, verification, or certification experience, in one or more of the following areas:

  • Processing Hardware / Electronics, including Programmable Logic for FPGA or ASIC

  • Software (SW) Development including Architecture, Design, and Qualifications

    • Experience designing, developing, verifying and/or certifying safety critical SW

    • Experience designing, developing, verifying and/or certifying SW for Multicore processors

    • Experience with SW Partitioning (e.g. ARINC653)

    • Experience with SW build, load & CM process for airborne equipment

    • Experience conducting MIL-HBK-516C and/or DO-178B/C (SOI) audits on SW

    • Experience with Standards: RTCA DO-178C, Emerging Mil Standard, FAA CAST-32A, RTCA DO-331, RTCA DO-330, RTCA DO-332, ARINC Specification 653, RTCA DO-278A, FAA CAST-2, FAA CATS-12, FAA CAST-17, FAA CAST-19, FAA Order 8110.49 CHG2, RTCA DO-248C, Joint Software Systems Safety Engineering Handbook, FAA AC 20-115C

  • Processing Hardware / Electronics:

    • Experience designing, developing, verifying and/or certifying safety critical Electronic hardware & Firmware

    • Experience with Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs) such as Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) or Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICS).

    • Experience conducting MIL-HBK-516C Airworthiness Assessments or DO-254 Stage of Involvement (SOI) audits on Complex (CEH) or Simple (SEH) Electronic Hardware

    • Experience with Standards: RTCA DO-254, FAA Order 8110.105A, EASA-CM-SWCEH-001, MIL-STD-704F, RTCA DO-160E, MIL-STD-461, FAA AC 20-152, FAA CAST-30, FAA CAST-31

  • System Processing Architecture (SPA)

    • Architecture and Design of Safety Critical Systems & Subsystems for aircraft

    • Development of Physical and Functional ICDs between Elements of the System

    • Development of Safety Critical Thread Analysis (SCFTA) and Safety Interlocks (SI) Analysis

    • Understanding of Computer Software Integrity Level CSIL used in MIL-HBK-516C and its relationship to Design Assurance Level (DAL) used in DO-178C and DO-254.

    • Experience/familiarity with PLOC (Probability of Loss of Control) and PLOA (Probability of Loss of Aircraft) analyses

    • Experience conducting MIL-HBK-516C Airworthiness Assessments or FAA/EASA Audits on systems and subsystems and associated System, Safety & Reliability artifacts

    • Experience with Standards: MIL-HDBK-516C, AC-17-01, SAE ARP 4754A, MIL-STD-882E, MIL-NDBK-217, and JSSG-2008\