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Electrical / Electronics Engineer in Woods Hole, MA

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

Woods Hole, MA 02543
7w ago
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compensation:

$80K - $100K*

specialty:

Electrical Engineering, Hardware Development

experience:

Not Specified

Job Description

Job Summary

Looking for a little more adventure and challenge in your career? How about designing equipment to work while submerged at 10,000 psi or fixing your mistakes in the dark on a moving ship north of the Arctic Circle? Want to work on cutting edge underwater robots for both scientific and military applications? Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is a world leader in autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) technology. Not only do we design and build some of the most unique and advanced vehicles in the world, but we take everything we build into the field and test it in the crucible of the ocean. Successful candidates will have a mix of design, build, and field work with worldwide travel potential, significant challenge, and generous annual and cruise leave policies offering a true work-hard/play-hard opportunity. We are looking for not only a jack of all trades, but also a master of some who can make unique contributions within the group.

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Valid through: 2020-3-4

About Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI, acronym pronounced /'hu?i/ HOO-ee) is a private, nonprofit research and higher education facility dedicated to the study of all aspects of marine science and engineering and to the education of marine researchers. Established in 1930 in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, it is the largest independent oceanographic research institution in the U.S., with staff and students numbering about 1,000. The Institution is organized into six departments, four ocean institutes—ocean life, coastal ocean, ocean and climate change, deep ocean exploration—the Cooperative Institute for Climate and Ocean Research, and a marine policy center. Its shore-based facilities are located in the village of Woods Hole, Massachusetts, United States and a mile and a half away on the Quissett Campus. The bulk of the Institutions funding comes from grants and contracts from the National Science Foundation and other government agencies, augmented by foundations and private donations. WHOI scientists, engineers, and students collaborate to develop theories, test ideas, build seagoing instruments, and collect data in diverse marine environments. Working in all the world’s oceans, their research agenda includes: geological activity deep within the earth; plant, animal, and microbial populations and their interactions in the ocean; coastal erosion; ocean circulation; ocean pollution; and global climate change. Ships operated by WHOI carry research scientists throughout the world’s oceans. The WHOI fleet includes one large research vessel (Atlantis), the coastal craft Tioga, small research craft such as the dive-operation work boat Echo, the deep-diving human-occupied submersible Alvin, the tethered, remotely operated vehicle Jason/Medea, and autonomous underwater vehicles such as the REMUS and SeaBED. A new ship, Neil Armstrong was delivered to the Navy on September 23, 2015. The RV Neil Armstrong will also replace the R/V Knorr, which had previously been used by WHOI since 1970 and was transferred to the Mexican Navy in March 2016.
Total Jobs:
4
Average Pay:
$97,000
Total value of jobs:
$485,000
% Masters:
48%

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