Counterproliferation Engineer/Scientist (Junior level) ACL-1337
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
- Nuclear and Plasma Sciences
Location: Atlanta, GA
Working Title: Counterproliferation Engineer/Scientist (Junior level) ACL 1337
Research Engineer/Scientist/Associate I, II
Position: Full Time
Level: RE I/RS I/RA I
Primary Location: Atlanta, GA
Travel Required: 25-50% CONUS
Lab: Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL)
Reporting To: Counterproliferation Technology Program Office
The Counterproliferation Technology Program Office (CPTPO) within ACL fuses information from operational arenas, subject matter experts, and intelligence assessments to meet the needs of the warfighter. CPTPO provides world-class, forward-looking thought leadership and turn-key, best-of-class technical solutions to the countering weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) and improvised threat enterprise for U.S. Government and other sponsors. The role of this position is to further working relationships with the weapons of mass terrorism (WMT) threat communities including the counter weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) and the improvised threat proliferation communities. The position may involve use of or development of state-of-the-art modeling and simulation tools to perform critical analysis of system performance. Additionally, the position may involve field-based experimental/testing activities. A solid operational and technical analytic ability is a major asset in this position.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Nuclear Engineering/Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Physics, or other related discipline; Master’s degree preferred. Requires 0-5 years of relevant experience; prior military operational or government experience in countering weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) is preferred.
Due to our numerous contracts with the federal government, US Citizenship and ability to obtain a Top Secret security clearance are required. Current TS is preferred.
Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL)
ACL focuses on the transition of basic academic research in electromagnetic effects and devices into prototype systems that demonstrate new capabilities. The capabilities of interest are typically sensing, scattering control, electromagnetic field control and measurement, and signal filtering, all of which support GTRI’s core system-level capabilities. In support of this work the laboratory develops and maintains world-class modeling and measurement capabilities for electromagnetic phenomena, from quasi-static to UV wavelengths. ACL is a leader in precise radio frequency (RF) and electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) measurements in addition to technology development.
To learn more about ACL, please visit www.gtri.gatech.edu/acl.
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
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