We are searching for FPGA design engineers at all levels to work at the NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center outside Washington, D.C. Successful candidates would have the opportunity to work on exciting space missions, including a next generation space telescope that will explore the origins of the universe and search for extra-solar planets, return visits to the moon, robotic systems to explore the solar system, and advanced systems to gather environmental data about planet Earth. Skills sought should relate to digital design for data handling and interfaces to camera systems and processors. Experience working with Microsemi devices preferred. Experience with hardware that works in radiation environments is a plus. Expected education level is a B.S. in EE or Computer Engineering. U.S. citizenship or Permanent Residency (Green Card) is required.
Junior Computer Engineer/EE/Comp Sci
We are looking for a recent graduate with a degree in Computer Engineering, EE, or Comp Sci to join a team pioneering the development of applications for hybrid CPU-FPGA reconfigurable computers to fly in space and to realize digital designs including FPGAs for exciting next-generation NASA missions. A solid education in digital design is required with at least some exposure to FPGAs. We will provide advanced training and on-the-job learning opportunities for advance skills. Expected education level is a B.S. U.S. citizenship or Permanent Residency (Green Card) is required.
Senior Integration & Test Engineer
• Provide engineering support for the Integration and Test (I&T) of a high profile NASA project’s Avionics subsystem.