Coming Fall 2019

NEW MASTER IN INTELLIGENTAVIONICS

Clue presents, in collaboration with the Universidad de Málaga, the first Master Science in Intelligent Avionics. This masters, fully sponsored by Clue, will cover subjects such as Avionic Systems, Embedded Design, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning.

 

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We are looking for talented engineers who want to start shaping tomorrow’s technologies today.

PCB Designer

Within a full-time position, the PCB Designer will design PCB layouts for complex systems.

Software Quality Assurance

Within a full-time position, the SW Quality Assurance will create the plans, processes and infrastructure necessary to ensure quality excellence in software development and monitor their implementation to enable the certification of Clue’s avionic software applications.

Software Engineer, OS Specialist

Within a full-time position, the Operating Systems Specialist will develop new enhancements for system software, including operating systems and middleware.

Embebed SW Engineer

Within a full-time position, the Embebed SW Engineer will be a specialist in the development of embedded software applications for the aerospace industry.

Software Test Engineer

Within a full-time position, the Software Test Engineer will develop and implement testing strategies for airborne software developed by Clue.

Firmware Engineer

Within a full-time position, the Firmware Engineer will develop firmware for different architectures within Clue’s avionic electronics portfolio.

Program Manager

Within a full-time position, the Program Manager will manage and control projects for industrialisation and commercialisation of Clue’s IP’s.

Lead Software Engineer

Within a full-time job position, the Lead Software Engineer will lead software and applications development for the aviation industry.

Hardware Engineer Internship

Within a flextime internship program, the Hardware Engineer will gain experience researching, designing and developing electronic devices for the aviation industry.