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*filled* FSW Unit Test Engineer on Orion
10/1/2016 - 9/30/2017
Red Canyon is seeking a self-motivated, detail oriented, goal driven individual to perform flight software unit testing at Lockheed Martin in Kennedy Space Center (KSC) or Johnson Space Center (JSC) for the NASA Orion program.
After reading the below requirements and responsibilities of the two jobs below, if you are interested in either job(s), please email your Word formatted resume detailing how your experience and education are a perfect match for our requirements to the email address listed below.
#1 - Job Responsibilities:
Provide safety critical software unit tests and results in accordance with the Lockheed Martin Orion SDP Coding Standards (DRD CEV-T-005000) and Orion Flight Software requirements, to include the following:
• Exported TCF files for LDRA toolset and supporting infrastructure
• LDRA reports and test results artifacts (i.e. specific test data, dynamic coverage analysis, metrics, regression test report)
• Problem reports for any failed test cases or defects found in the code and/or requirements (identifiable defects will be documented in the Orion JIRA too.
• Details of the test environment, commercial tools, configuration set-ups, proprietary routines, and any other information required for reproduction of the tests;
• Unit Test stubs and drivers
Provide support and assistance to the FSW development IPTs to enable them to reproduce the automated testing coverage, results, and flight software artifacts in their LDRA testing environment at Lockheed Martin. This support shall be accomplished remotely from the Contractor’s site and shall not require travel to Lockheed Martin, Denver.
The Contractor shall support Lockheed Martin for Orion by conducting software peer reviews and documenting the results of the reviews in accordance with DRD CEV-T-007 as directed by the Lockheed Martin technical POC.
#2 - Job Responsibilities:
The Contractor will support the continued maintenance and code correction errors (e.g. sustaining) throughout the use of the software against the spacecraft in test and flight. Sustaining is the corrections of code errors or defects found after verification is complete.
The Contractor will support Mission/Reconfiguration support to ISPs, lab, subsystem test, system test, O&C vehicle testing to prepare for, execute, and troubleshoot testing that uses software.
i. Includes final data / configuration changes required for flight
ii. Includes trouble shooting problems to determine if the problem is HW / SW / operator error
iii. Investigation of DIIRS/SRs/DCRs
• Strong written and verbal communication
• Energetic, self-motivated, team player
• Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or related field
• All candidates must be able to pass a background screening
• U.S. Citizen
Red Canyon Engineering and Software: “Exploring Other Planets, Improving our Own”
Red Canyon is located in scenic Denver, Colorado. We are a small company that maintains a flat organization to decrease our overhead and costs to our customers. Our number one focus is to solve some of the most complicated engineering problems humankind is facing.
We have a fun and talented team of engineers and we are committed to our engineers continued success and development. Included in our employment package are: health insurance, STD/LTD, Life/AD&D, Medical Insurance, Dental & Vision Insurance, HUBZone bonus, profit sharing, referral bonuses, and a generous 401(K) retirement plan.
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