Electronics Engineer (RF-EMC-EMI)
Because this position requires a security clearance,
US Citizenship is mandatory.
Position: Mid- L evel Engineer/Scientist; Army Research Laboratory, Adelphi, MD
Salary Range: $ 75 , 0 00 – $ 1 15 ,000
This position requires experience in hardware design and development of RF/Microwave components, equipment, and systems shielding them from EMI, and ensuring EMC . Applications include, but are not limited to sensors and communication systems. T he tasks may include laboratory integration, test and evaluation, and fault isolation of prototype hardware. The engineer may also support system studies, analyses and simulations from concept through detailed design.
- BS degre e in Electrical Engineering and 4 years’ experience in RF/microwave design .
- Experience designing, re-designing, or hardening systems to reduce effects from EMI and ensure EMC.
- Experience on a n RF/Microwave Hardware Design and Development Task for a military program.
- Experience with measurement instruments (spectrum analyzer, network analyzer, power meters, oscilloscope, etc ).
- Academic Background that includes one or more of the following courses: Microwave Engineering, Electromagnetic Theory, Antenna Theory, Communications .
- MS degree in EE .
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Please send resume, contact information for two references, and salary history to
- US citizenship
- Ability to secure a security clearance
- Ability to work in a team environment
General Technical Services, LLC
Route 138, Wall, NJ 07719
Tel: (732) 280-2022
Fax: (732) 681-9314
The selected candidate will be a contract employee of General Technical Services LLC (GTS). US citizenship is required (security clearance). There may be occasional travel. GTS offers company-funded educational support for job-related training. Other benefits include ten (federal) holidays, a co-funded medical plan, fifteen days of personal time, and a 401(k) investment package.
Background: Located in Adelphi, MD, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's (ARL) Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate (SEDD) is the principal Army organization for research and development in sensors and electron devices. SEDD conducts innovative research to provide the Army with affordable, enabling technology in electro-optic smart sensors, MEMS, multifunction radio-frequency systems, autonomous sensing, power generation and management, and RF and thermal signature management. SEDD coordinates technologies within the Army, other services and their laboratories, industry, and academia to leverage basic and applied research opportunities for the benefit of the Army. See http://www.arl.army.mil and select Sensors and Electronics Devices Directorate.
To accomplish its mission, SEDD utilizes several unique facilities, most notably the Zahl Physical Science Laboratory, a 349,000 GSF state-of-the-art electronics R&D facility. This building has a 15,000 GSF clean room, dry room, high energy laser facilities, bio-inspired sensor laboratories and other research & development infrastructure.