Job Listing

Cobham Aerospace Connectivity

Software Architect

Cobham is seeking an Software Architect. The Software Architect designs and implements real-time embedded software for Cobham Avionics’ products, including software defined radios, navigation & communication radios, airborne servers, audio products and other similar products. This position is located in Prescott, AZ. Key Responsibilities: Definition of software requirements, software architecture, software design, coding, debugging, test and verification, documentation and certification. May include guiding decisions on the platforms and coding standards to be used in project development. Evaluating existing software solutions to identify areas for improvement. Overseeing architectural approaches from conception to product delivery. Reports to the Software Design Engineering Manager. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering or other STEM disciplines. 10 years of experience in Software architecture and development with at least 5 years within a DO-178 avionics environment. Experience with C/C++/C#. Experience with DO-178B/C. Experience capturing requirements and designs in Requirements Management tools such as DOORS. This position requires access to technology, materials, software or hardware that is controlled by export laws of the US. In order to be eligible you must be either a US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Preferred Qualifications: 10+ years of experience in avionics electronics development. Experienced using bench equipment; oscilloscopes, Logic Analyzers, In-Circuit Emulators, J-TAG debuggers. Experience with Software Defined Radio and Audio product development. Experience transitioning new products into the factory. MS Windows Application developments experience in C#/WPF. Experience with application development within mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.). Experience with Linux.


Avionics: Are you up for the challenge?

Avionics Careers

Avionics technicians are specialists who install, maintain and repair a plane’s electronic instruments, such as radio communication devices, radar systems, and navigation aids. With the advancement of digital technology technicians are required to maintain and configure complex computer systems. Are you up for the challenge?

Email Reminders & Updates

  • EEDirect
  • Regulatory‎
  • Convention‎
  • Connect‎
  • Wired