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 Post subject: Software Engineer Job Opening with ViaSat
Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 3:26 pm 
 
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Software Engineer (4977)

To apply: Please apply to requisition 4977 on our website: http://www.viasat.com/careers.

Location: Phoenix AZ

Job Responsibilities ViaSat is a leader in providing practical solutions for difficult communications problems. ViaSat brings a unique mix of communications, networking, and security expertise to offer secure networking solutions for satellite and terrestrial communications applications. ViaSat continues to grow at a record pace with all business areas benefiting. A key to the company’s growth and stability has been its flexibility in serving both commercial and military markets. Join ViaSat’s team and help to continue ViaSat’s growth and leadership in Secure Network Solutions.
The successful candidate will be able to contribute to a software development team in all areas of the software development life-cycle including scheduling, requirements derivation, software architecture, design, implementation, unit test, and system integration. It is critical that the candidate understand how to use process to benefit the program goals. It is important that the candidate be able to work on a geographically distributed team. The candidate should be self motivated and have the initiative and ownership of the task to deliver a high quality work product on schedule. Experience or an interest to learn about encryption systems is a plus.

Experience/Skills Required:
The qualified candidate will have a Bachelor's Degree in an Engineering Discipline.
Experience with embedded C software development is required.
Experience in the following areas is desired:
Embedded Linux,
Experience with CM tools (e.g., Perforce), requirements management (e.g., DOORS), and issue tracking (e.g., DevTrack) tools is a plus.
US citizenship is required.
Current Secret Clearance or held one within past 2 years is required.

Top Specific Skills Required:
1) Embedded Linux programming
2) Green Hills experience with emphasis on knowledge of GHS Integrity
3) C/C++ development with socket API expertise

Travel Required: Up to 10 percent
Years of Experience Required: 3-5 years
Minimum Education: Requirements BA/BS
Employment Category: Full-time





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