Government & Defence

Navigation Algorithm Design Engineer

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ALGORITHM DESIGN ENGINEER – BRISTOL
COMPETITIVE SALARY AND BENEFITS

Stream Resourcing are currently working with a multi-national defence company, based in Bristol, who are actively seeking a Navigation Algorithm Design Engineer to join their team. The need for these positions has arisen as a result of an ever-growing workload, achieved by the companies aim to offer the best and most cost-efficient solutions and services, within the defence sector. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a market leading company that offers a comprehensive product range, incorporating today’s most advanced technologies.

In this role you will be responsible for the design and development of a number of complex guided weapon systems products navigation algorithms, across all stages of the lifecycle of the product.

The typical responsibilities of this position include:

The development of specific algorithms or studies to support key programmes.
Concept studies, algorithm design and trade-off studies, trials preparation, trials analysis and reporting, architecture definition, algorithm and model validation.
A point of contact for other project teams e.g., Simulation and Modelling, Software, Hardware-in-the Loop, Systems Design & Validation and Technical Quality.
Technical analyses and investigations into a full range of issues and problems and prepare and develop solutions either individually or as a member of a project team.
Engage with the algorithm users, understand and respond to their needs and ensure that the algorithms are fit for their intended use.

What we are looking for:

Strong programming skills are required including MATLAB, a good Degree with a strong mathematical content would be desirable, along with previous demonstrable programming, real-time implementation, validation & verification and navigation experience. Relevant experience with the state-of-the-arts navigation algorithms, Navigation Algorithm design, comparative evaluation and testing is a strong advantage.
Ideally PhD qualified and with relevant industrial experience or Degree with a strong mathematical content e.g., Aerospace Engineering, Control Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics
Ideally will have knowledge and experience of some of the following:
Inertial Navigation
Aided Navigation techniques, for example but not limited to,
Global Navigation Satellite Systems
Terrain Referenced Navigation
Image Based Navigation
Radar and LADAR imaging
Opportunistic Navigation / Signals of Opportunity
Data fusion techniques
Kalman filters
Non-linear filtering
The MathWorks products – specifically Simulink, Embedded MATLAB and Stateflow
Model Based Design
Configuration management
Requirement Management e.g., DOORS and Rhapsody
C, FORTRAN and Ada

Important information: Due to the nature of this role, any offer made to a successful candidate would be subject to satisfying a full security clearance.

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Employment Type Permanent

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