In Raytheon BBN Technologies' Network and Cyber Technology group, we deliver creative solutions for our government customers' critical cyber and security problems.
We're looking for creative, entrepreneurial, and highly motivated cyber research scientists who want to create, contribute to, and grow cutting-edge research projects, such as:
Analyze systems to understand how they work and what happens when they break
Develop new and advanced security techniques in embedded and traditional systems
Create or investigate new types of cyber physical systems
Investigate the Internet of Things
Implement unique mission applications for software-defined radios
Devise creative ways to collect, analyze, and interpret large multi-dimensional data sets
Create innovative solutions using consumer electronics
Develop next-generation capabilities for privacy/anonymity and identity control
Disassemble and analyze a complex embedded system
Define and lead the growth of new research areas
Although the work changes from one project to the next, it's always challenging, and it always makes a difference. Projects at BBN are generally short in nature, anywhere from 6 to 18 months in length, though some are longer, and consist of small teams requiring close interaction with customers and other team members.
Demonstrated passion for technology
Proven experience designing, developing, modifying, and debugging sophisticated (or novel), software systems or prototypes
Experience leading technical teams or project efforts, as well as working as part of a team
Solid, creative programming skills using C/C++, Java, Python, or equivalent languages
Strong written and oral communication skills
Position may require some amount of overnight travel.
Ability to access to US only data systems
Building software for embedded devices and consumer electronics (e.g., ARM, Arduino/Raspberry Pi, Linux, Windows OS, Android, iOS)
Understanding of OS internals (e.g., Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android)
Experience with disassemblers (e.g., IDA pro)
Experience using debuggers such as gdb or WinDbg
Understanding how to create, operate, and defeat advanced security techniques in embedded and traditional systems
Understanding binary or systems reverse engineering
Cyber network operations (CNO) experience
Digital and binary forensics
Experience applying the scientific method to challenging mission problems
Advanced wired and wireless networking (mesh, IPv6, isolation, SDN, kernel filters)
Experience writing proposals and obtaining R&D funding
Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) builds radars and other sensors for aircraft, spacecraft and ships. The business also provides communications and electronic warfare solutions and performs research in areas ranging from linguistics to quantum computing. SAS is headquartered in McKinney, Texas USA. As a global business, our leaders must have the ability to understand, embrace and operate in a multicultural world -- in the marketplace and the workplace. We strive to hire people who reflect our communities and embrace diversity and inclusion to advance our culture, develop our employees, and grow our business.
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