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Signatures Subject Matter Expert - ACL - 1653

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Atlanta, GA
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Title: Signatures Subject Matter Expert - ACL - 1653
JobID: 1653
Location: Atlanta, GA
Description: The position is for a Signatures Subject Matter Expert (SME) in low observable (LO) signature management and technologies with broad experience in radar cross section (RCS) and infrared (IR) signatures. Understanding of materials, aerodynamics, acoustics, and mechanical aircraft design is highly desired. The position requires very strong communication skills and a demonstrated ability to summarize, present, and document complex technical concepts in a readily comprehensible manner.

The SME will provide expertise for special projects related reviews and analysis. The SME will typically work without detailed technical direction following overall program goals and deadlines. The SME may be called upon to provide technical direction for other engineers and support staff. The SME will participate and sometimes lead various internal process teams and ad hoc groups to develop overall programmatic plans, processes, and concepts. The SME will work closely with support staff to accomplish program goals and objectives. The SME will identify, recommend, and execute tasks to improve the overall program product.

  • Requires ability to review, understand, and summarize a large number of technical documents quickly and efficiently.
  • Requires the ability to prioritize and adjust multiple tasks to accomplish project goals.
  • Requires the continued development and execution of existing 2-4 technical instructional meetings per year using industry and government instructors and the publication of supporting instructional materials.

Principal Research Engineer/Scientist   

  • A Master's degree in Advanced Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or similar field of study and eleven (11) years' relevant full-time experience; or
  • A Doctoral degree in Advanced Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or similar field of study and seven (7) years' relevant full-time experience.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 15+ years of experience in LO research and development (R&D).
  • Advanced Degree in Engineering, Physics, or Mathematics
  • US Citizen
  • Current/Active Secret DoD Security Clearance with ability to obtain TS SSBI
  • Able to perform work in an approved, secure environment during specified work hours.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:

  • PhD in an Engineering or Physics or Mathematics
  • Current TS SSBI Security Clearance
  • Experience in leading technical objectives as part of a sponsored research program or project

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