Intern Pilot Data Systems

internship - part time, paid

Aerospace Engineering And Research Associates
Dunkirk, MD
Closed
Posted 65 Days ago
Aerospace Engineering And Research Associates
Dunkirk, MD
internship - part time, paid
Posted 65 Days ago
Closed

Description

Intern Aviation Data Systems Aerospace Engineering and Research Associates - Dunkirk, MD 1 day agoPart-timeEstimated: $30,000 - $41,000 a year We are looking for math/computer sciences/hard sciences students that have an interest in aviation data systems. Basic understanding of networking and data base systems is a plus. This is a part time position. As an employee of Aerospace Engineering, you will play an important role in the future of air transportation. We work on state- of-the-art, next generation systems in aviation system development, air traffic control, airline asset management and airspace simulation. Our employees often participate in developing architectural design and standards for both national level and international aviation systems. If you are interested in knowing more about our company or joining our team, you may email your resume in confidence to: hr@freeflight.com.

Skills

computer science, dynamic simulation, aerospace engineering, research, math, aviation, arduino, python, programming, assembly language, matlab, labview, cadence virtuoso, java, pspice

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