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Assistant Verification Engineer

Why ENSCO? ENSCO is a stable, family-owned, employee focused company that delivers innovative engineering, science, and advanced technology solutions to the aerospace, avionics, national security, and rail technology industries. ENSCO Avionics, Inc. is rapidly growing and in need of new employees to join our team. If you are passionate about software, with or without a degree, and would like to apply your passion to the exciting world of Embedded Avionics Software, let's connect. We need individuals who are able to demonstrate a good understanding of C, or similar programming languages, have strong work ethics, and are able to follow instructions with detail and precision. Day to day work activities include performing verification testing activities of embedded C source code, ensuring that Software requirements are implemented correctly & completely, and being part of a verification test team that will create and execute test plans, test procedures, and perform peer review activities. Why ENSCO? No higher education degree required! Flexible work schedules! Supportive company culture! New York State Paid Family Leave! Come explore what ENSCO has to offer and share with us the talents and skills you'll bring to our innovative, unique organization.   Qualifications Required (Skills)          U.S. Citizenship required     Academic or hands-on experience with C or a similar programming language     Minimum of  2 - 4 years of relevant work experience Qualifications Desired          Familiarity with version control tools such as Subversion (SVN), Git, etc.     Familiarity with Issue / Bug tracking tools such as Mantis, Jira, etc.1471BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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