Engineering Co-op ( R-00054895 )
Leidos is seeking talented Software and Computer Engineering Co-ops. We are seeking energetic, motivated, self-starters for these technically sophisticated and challenging positions, assisting in the development of a variety of naval training and simulation systems. Opportunities are in the field of computer programming and computer engineering.
Depending upon capabilities and desires, candidates may develop system software, numerical models, or graphical software. All software is developed in a Linux environment, and written in C, C++, and Java, utilizing various software packages. Candidates may also assemble and cable computer based systems, configure components, perform integration testing and validation, and work on system foundation components (such as power management scripts). Other candidates may develop web-based documentation, and perform inventory and configuration tasks. All work is directly applicable to actual military training systems. Co-op students will gain invaluable, real-world experience on state of the art computer based systems. This is a great opportunity for students seeking a 6 month co-op position.
Must be Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or a related technical degree, and have at least a 3.2 GPA.
Must be available to work a 6 month co-op.
Must have active DoD security clearance.
Candidates must have either computer engineering skills, such as building PCs or diagnosing hardware problems, or software skills including knowledge of C, C++, and/or Java under a Unix/Linux environment. Previous experience is desirable but not required.
Candidates will be working in a professional environment and contributing to systems that will be used throughout the U.S. Navy. Therefore, candidates must be dedicated to producing quality work results, and must be extremely attentive to detail.
The following skills are desired but not required:
Exposure to web development. Experience with real-time programming, cluster computing, numerical modeling, or signal processing. Experience with OpenGL, or other graphical software packages.