R&D Electrical Engineer

Sandia National Laboratories   •  

Albuquerque, NM

Industry: Aerospace & Defense


Less than 5 years

Posted 61 days ago

This job is no longer available.

Are you passionate about research and development that supports high impact national security missions? Do you dream of advancing the state of the art in support of national security objectives? If so, you will want to apply for this opportunity to join a team of top creative thinkers in applying electrical engineering skills to help secure our nation. Opportunities are available at the Bachelor's, Master's, and graduate level.

As part of this diverse multidisciplinary team, you will work alongside world-class authorities and emerging leaders and use your skills in any of the following:

  • Antenna design
  • Communication, control, and data acquisition systems
  • Component/system electrical design (hardware, firmware, and software)
  • Data capture and analytics
  • Digital signal processing and high-speed digital design
  • Electrical breakdown
  • Electromagnetics theory, analysis, and experimentation
  • Embedded systems, including ASIC, PLA and FPGA
  • High-performance computing and algorithm development
  • Microelectronics/silicon fabrication and design including MEMS/LIGA, CMOS
  • Modeling, simulation, and visualization of electrical systems and phenomenon
  • Nanophotonic design & characterization
  • Power systems and electronics
  • Pulsed power and directed energy
  • Radiation effects
  • Verification & Validation techniques

Based on your interests, you will improve national security by engaging in areas that could include:

  • Hypersonic vehicles
  • Integrated defense systems
  • Microsystems
  • Nuclear weapons and deterrence
  • Power sources
  • Product development and realization
  • Radar, RF, and optical systems
  • Remote sensing and surveillance
  • Satellite systems
  • Telemetry systems

This position may require travel to support current efforts and identify new opportunities for growing our capabilities and impact