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Hardware Engineer - ELSYS - 1436

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Atlanta, GA
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Title: Hardware Engineer - ELSYS - 1436
JobID: 1436
Location: Atlanta, GA
Description: GTRI is seeking a hardware engineer with ability to work reverse enginering and sustainment engineering for avionics systems.  The successful candidate will be comfortable working both digital and analog hardware circuits.  Responsibilities will also include documentation of hardware designs, development of technical data packages, hardware/software integration, qualification testing, and flight testing.

The working environment includes autonomy with the ability to self-manage and maintain a desirable work/life balance. This position will engage in a highly interactive environment with aggressive milestones. Creative, ground-up solutions are encouraged in the context of meeting warfighter requirements. The ability to operate with an entrepreneurial spirit while performing work important to the warfighter makes GTRI a unique and rewarding place to work.

This position offers an opportunity for to both receive and provide mentorship with fellow engineers of a variety of experience. Promotion opportunities will be available.

  • US citizen and the ability to obtain a Security clearance
  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering
  • Hardware/firmware troubleshooting
  • Test equipment operation (oscilloscopre, network analyzer, signal generator, etc.)


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