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Boeing
Location: Annapolis Junction, Maryland
Job type: Contract/Locum
Contact: No Name
Category: Electronic Engineer
Job ID 00-3722Date posted 09/08/2016
Location Annapolis JunctionMD
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Job Description

Description

Boeing Intelligence & Analytics (BI&A) is seeking talented and motivated students to assist in delivering best in class technological solutions in support of the Intelligence Community and global security missions. The selected candidate will be assigned tasks that expand on the skills developed at school.

Required Skills

  • Object oriented programming, using Java or C++
  • Computer architecture course
  • VHDL or Verilog experience / coursework
  • Ability to collaborate with mentors and other interns on a team effort
  • Ability to obtain TS/SCI security clearance

Preferred Skills

  • DSP and Matlab experience
  • HTML5 experience
  • C development
  • Availability to work year round (average 10 hours per week during school year)

Desired Skills

  • Eclipse IDE or similar
  • Experience with Altera or Xilinx FPGAs
  • Embedded development (e.g., Arduino, ARM)
  • App development

Boeing Intelligence & Analytics (BI&A) provides superior hardware/software engineering support to deliver solutions for the most complex mission critical challenges. BI&A maintains top-tier technical talent and industry expertise in software engineering, systems integration and development, rapid prototyping, and project leadership. We pride ourselves on the proven ability to support our Customers while understanding the importance of work – life balance.

Boeing Intelligence & Analytics is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.

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