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Location: La Jolla, California
Internal Number: 121319
UCSD Layoff from Career Appointment: Apply by 02/10/2023 for consideration with preference for rehire. All layoff applicants should contact their Employment Advisor.
Special Selection Applicants: Apply by 02/17/2023 Eligible Special Selection clients should contact their Disability Counselor for assistance.
THIS POSITION WILL BE RECRUITED AT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING LEVELS, BASED ON CANDIDATE'S EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Payroll Title: RSCH AND DEV ENGR 1, Hiring Salary Range: $48,900.00 - $75,600.00/Year
Payroll Title: RSCH AND DEV ENGR 2, Hiring Salary Range: $59,700.00 - 92,000.00/Year
This recruitment will remain open until filled.
The Multiscale Ocean Dynamics group at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography is seeking a Software Engineer at R&D Engineering 1 or 2 level. Utilizing professional software engineering concepts, the incumbent will be tasked with software engineering assignments and work in a specialized engineering field. Under general supervision, the incumbent shall participate in designing, implementing, and testing software for various scientific and research applications. These applications include real-time instrumentation acquisition systems, APIs to integrate data streams into isochronous packets using POSIX-style threads, and applications for host computers to store and visualize the real time data. The incumbent must be able to apply their knowledge of computer engineering and data structures to assist in writing software that will be deployed in the field and laboratory.
For this particular position, the selected candidate will, under general supervision:
-Assist project engineers in designing, implementing, unit testing, and debugging real-time data acquisition, processing, and visualization software for use by researchers and engineers in the field using C/C++, SWIFT, Python, and other languages.
-Participates in the design of integrated computer based instrumentation and data acquisition systems for measurements and remote sensing of oceanographic data.
-Participates in developing, designing, building, and unit testing of FPGA-based SONAR data acquisition systems.
-Assist in the maintenance, testing and deployment of off-the-shelf instrumentation and the development, fabrication and testing of novel oceanographic electronic and mechanical instrumentation systems in support of ocean physics research.
-Participates in the preparation and execution of both field expeditions and laboratory measurements.
-Participate with scientific personnel in data acquisition, quality control and archiving.
-Participate in the operation and development of web-based database systems
Working knowledge of engineering principles and methods in order to independently perform professional engineering design work of limited scope and complexity.
Knowledge of the fundamental concepts of the field. B.S. degree in computer engineering, computer science, or equivalent combination of course work.
Working knowledge necessary to begin independent application of principles, practices and procedures in the completion of assignments.
Experience in C, C++, VHDL, SWIFT, MATLAB, PYTHON, etc.
Working knowledge and experience using embedded systems programming including, but not limited to, C/C++ for embedded systems.
Experience with ARM processors.
Experience with unit testing on software development.
Skill and experience utilizing Windows, Linux, macOS, and embedded systems.
Analytical and judgment skills to conduct analyses and develop appropriate recommendations.
Effective written and verbal communication skills. Ability to communicate and interact effectively with scientific, technical, and administrative personnel.
Organizational abilities and decision-making to prioritize work assignments. Analytical skills, and strong skills in attention to detail in implementing and documenting assignments.
Ability to work in a collaborative manner, to assist in identifying any challenges or barriers. Commitment to contributing to and supporting an inclusive and respectful work environment.
Ability to learn electronic and mechanical design, constructions, and wiring of new instrumentation.
Ability to learn soldering and populating electronic boards with electronic components.
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