2024 Entry Level - Software Computer Science Engineering (July)DescriptionIntroWe’re more than aviation experts, we’re pioneers. From breaking the sound barrier to advanced tiltrotor systems, we challenge what’s possible. Today, we are shaping the future of aviation through specialized engineering and top-notch innovation. Elevate your career and become a flight fanatic with us.Day in the Life of a System Software EngineerWe are looking for inquisitive and driven engineers with a passion to solve difficult problems. From tiltrotor technology to modular complex electronics systems, our engineers work across a wide portfolio of aircraft programs and functions, to bring vertical lift solutions to our customers. We have numerous opportunities available, including development of ground based and airborne system software, software validation and verification testing of flight critical and aircraft mission systems, and implementation of Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA) and Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) principles. At Bell you will have the opportunity to combine your passion and knowledge to solve some of the world’s most difficult challenges and help bring next generation rotorcraft technology to market. You will get to work with great people who share your passion for new ideas.You will have opportunities to improve on the past and leave your mark on the future.QualificationsWhat You Will Need to be SuccessfulA Bachelor’s degree or higher with a major in Computer/Software Engineering, Computer Science, Aerospace Engineering or Electrical Engineering required0-2 years of relevant experienceAvailable to begin full-time employment July 2024What Will Make You Stand Out
Familiarity with Systems Engineering processes, from requirements through verification.
System integration experience, integrating complex systems, including sensors, components, complex electronic hardware, and software.
Software / coding experience using C , C#, Matlab and other industry standard development environments.
Experience with MOSA standards / processes: FACE, HOST, SOSA, RTOS, ARINC 661, ARINC 653
Control system design and modeling using Simulink, and implementation on hardware.
Knowledge and experience of the most rigorous industry standard verification and validation practices for flight critical software applications.
Software verification test experience in high fidelity hardware-in-the-loop (HILS) environments using integrated flight dynamic modeling of air vehicle performance.
Perks of Joining the Team
Relaxed Dress Code (“Dress For Your Day” policy)
Every other Friday or every Friday off, depending on your work location and team
120 hours of Vacation additional Personal Time Off
Tuition reimbursement of up to $10K each year
Relocation Assistance (mileage requirement)
Continuous training and advancement opportunities
It’s time to make your mark on the future of aviation. Go beyond the impossible and join the Flight Club.EEO StatementTextron is committed to providing Equal Opportunity in Employment, to all applicants and employees regardless of, race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, military status, veteran status, handicap, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law.Job EngineeringPrimary Location US-Texas-Fort WorthRecruiting Company Bell Textron Inc.Schedule Full-timeJob Level Individual ContributorShift First ShiftReq ID: 315530