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The Sensors & Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking entry and junior level engineers and scientists who are interested in a career in RF sensors applied to air and missile defense applications. As a researcher in the Air and Missile Defense Division (AMDD), candidates will support the assessment, improvement, and development of signal and data processing algorithms applied in Army and Ballistic Missile Defense radars and in associated command and control, battle management, and communications systems. In supporting of our research, candidates will have exposure to all aspects of modern phased array radar systems.
The Air and Missile Defense Division (AMDD) of GTRI in Huntsville, AL is seeking senior-level engineers and scientists who are interested in a career in RF sensors applied to air and missile defense applications. As a researcher in AMDD, candidates will support independent assessment and analysis of advanced Active Electronically Steered Array (AESA) radars with digital beamforming and advanced hardware/algorithmic-based capabilities for Electronic Protection, Clutter Mitigation, Classification, and other leading-edge capabilities. Candidates will interact with the government sponsors by supporting Integrated Product Teams (IPTs), Working Groups (WGs), or similar venues. Candidates may also be involved in the design of AESA front-end hardware, including digital receiver/exciters, waveform generators, signal and data processing subsystems, and similar hardware. The candidate will work closely with other senior researchers and may be asked to help mentor or manage junior researchers. The candidate will be responsible to lead specific research efforts.
The Air and Missile Defense Division (AMDD) of GTRI in Huntsville, AL is seeking senior-level engineers and scientists who are interested in a career in RF sensors applied to air and missile defense applications. As a researcher in the Air and Missile Defense Division (AMDD), candidates will support independent assessment and analysis of advanced Active Electronically Steered Array (AESA) radars with digital beamforming and advanced hardware/algorithmic-based capabilities for Electronic Protection, Clutter Mitigation, Classification, and other leading-edge capabilities. Candidates will interact with the government sponsors by supporting Integrated Product Teams (IPTs), Working Groups (WGs), or similar venues. Candidates will lead the GTRI efforts in assessing the capabilities and limitations of contractor-provided Digital and Hardware-In-The-Loop (HWIL) Models and Simulations (M&S). The candidate will advise the government if additional solutions are needed to support radar sell-off to the government and will provide specific recommendations on acquiring those solutions if warranted. The candidate will propose internal GTRI development of M&S solutions, if appropriate, and will provide leadership in the development of the solutions. The candidate will assist the government in developing, executing, and assessing ground and flight tests in support of formal U.S. Army Material Release acceptance of the radar(s) for warfighter use.
Atlanta, GA
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Atlanta, GA is looking for experienced Systems Engineers to provide project level technical management and support. The successful candidate will provide technical management support to multiple teams of subject matter experts (SMEs), multi-disciplinary engineers, scientists, and technicians. The Systems Engineer will work alongside the PD to develop and maintain technical processes and artifacts in accordance with project requirements. This opportunity is with the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) with the Systems Development Division (SDD). ATAS/SDD projects focus on developing RF hardware systems for a wide-range of Department of Defense applications which primarily include radar, threat system simulations, test and evaluation related to threat radars, missiles, and air and ground vehicles, power systems, and embedded computing and control systems but often span into electronic warfare, high power microwave (HPM) systems, and weapons systems. To learn more about ATAS, please visit http://www.gtri.gatech.edu/ATAS
GTRI’s Research Technology Group in SEAL seeks a co-op/intern to assist the procurement team by processing and delivering packages, updating databases, scan packing lists, and receipts, filing, general office duties starting fall 2021.
GTRI’s Signals and Systems Division in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory seeks qualified candidates for the position of Senior Electro-Optical/Infrared (EOIR) System Modeling Engineer. This position involves applying scientific, engineering, and mathematical concepts to perform critical analysis of EOIR systems in concert with various other platform and mission requirements.
Atlanta, GA
The Lead Program Engineer position in the Electronic Warfare Analysis Modeling and Analysis Division (EWMAD) will be responsible for leading multiple technical projects and tasks related to the modeling, simulation, and analysis of Electronic Warfare (EW) systems.
The Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) seeks students for fall 2021 who will assist with performing engineering and scientific research on technologies for the energy, water, health, and sanitation sectors.
The Aerospace Transportation and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) seeks Graduate Research Assistants (GRA) starting the fall 2021 semester.
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Georgia Tech Research Institutes' (GTRI) CIPHER Lab is currently seeking someone with 1 to 10 years of experience whose primary skills are in the development and integration of secure software for enterprise solutions. In this role, the successful individual will develop software for a team that will be focused on the next cutting-edge training capability for a branch of the Department of Defense (DoD), while assisting in the day-to-day management of a GTRI field office. This is a newly formed team with high expectations of meeting the objectives and challenges associated with standing up a new highly available distributed training facility in support of DoD Live, Virtual, and Constructive Operational Training (LVC-OT). A successful candidate should have experience working with many technologies. The chief objective for this role is one of a member of the Scrum Team that helps create Risk Management Framework (RMF) requirements, breakdown those requirements, and work towards a continuous Authority to Operate (ATO). Successful candidates will be expected to have solid software background with a focus on the architecture, and design of software that will run on secure cloud-computing environments, participate in writing proposals, white papers, reports, and technical papers. Other roles the candidate will be expected to fulfill is to establish software development lifecycle practices and processes, and help develop and maintain CICD pipelines for automated software deployments. Candidates will be expected to occasionally travel to support meetings, reviews, and system deployments. Candidates will be expected to host sponsors and subcontractors at the GTRI Salt Lake facility, as well as participate in the management of day-to-day field office tasks.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute's (GTRI) Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) IT team seeks a highly motivated co-op student beginning fall 2021.
GTRI’s Signals and Systems Division in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) seeks qualified candidates for the position of Junior Electro-Optical/Infrared (EOIR) System Modeling Engineer. This position involves applying scientific, engineering, and mathematical concepts to perform critical analysis of EOIR systems in concert with various other platform and mission requirements.
GTRI's Advanced Warfighting Technologies Division in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory seeks qualified candidates for the position of Technical Integration Branch (TIB) Chief. The role of this position is to lead a team of researchers who integrate and prototype concepts and capabilities across counterproliferation technologies, special operations enablers, and advanced ground maneuver concepts.
GTRI/CIPHER is seeking technical personnel to be part of an established team of experts in the assessment of battlefield electronic systems within the Assessments Branch located in Smyrna, GA. The Assessments Branch is seeking a self-motivated individual with 0-10 years of work experience with optical and RF communications systems. The candidate’s primary responsibilities will be to characterize optical and imaging system performance, including the measurement of laser performance parameters, measurement of thermal imaging and night vision system parameters, and analysis of optical components and electronic circuits within optical systems. In addition, the candidate will also assist with the characterization, assessment, and reverse engineering of RF systems. Such RF assessments include RF system performance measurements, development of functional block diagram, and internal circuit board analysis. Candidates should have strong problem-solving skills and the ability to develop creative solutions to complex measurement and characterization challenges. The candidate will be expected to support sponsor briefings and prepare technical deliverables.
Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking experienced Aviation Software Engineers interested in intellectually challenging and rewarding work. These positions reside in the Huntsville Research Center and support research and development activities for the Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation. Qualified applicants will support the development of applications and drivers running on Real-Time Operating Systems that meet DO-178C safety and security requirements in various Army efforts, including Degraded Visual Environment and the Improved Data Modem.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Smyrna, GA is seeking a dynamic and analytical candidate to join the Undersea Systems Program Office (USPO) in the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) of the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL). The ideal candidate will be an experienced researcher with a desire to apply engineering, physics, and mathematics to undersea system and radar ISR problems of interest to the Department of Defense (DoD). The researcher is expected to support GTRI’s undersea and sea surface systems work for the DoD, university-affiliated research centers (UARCs), federally-funded research development centers (FFRDCs), and industry. There are also opportunities for project leadership, business development, and mentorship of junior employees.
Atlanta, GA, San Diego, CA
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking a mid-level Cybersecurity-focused SecDevOps engineer who will provide support for an ongoing DoD Cybersecurity research and development program. Candidates will be required to research cutting edge and emerging technologies in support of developing mission critical Cybersecurity capabilities for the DoD.
The Open Systems Development Branch (OSDB) Head in the Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division is responsible for the branch’s team members, project execution, technical knowledge and capabilities, and adherence to GTRI policies. The Open Systems Development Branch researches hardware-focused open architecture systems, including the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA), Hardware Open Systems Technologies (HOST), and Fiber Optic Connector Intermateability (FOCIS) standards. The branch also conducts Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) hardware prototype efforts for Electronic Warfare (EW) related Department of Defense (DoD) applications.
Atlanta, GA
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Atlanta, GA is seeking an experienced Information Technology professional who has interest in intellectually challenging and rewarding work. We value bright, intellectually curious, growth oriented professionals and provide a work environment that allows work / life balance with the opportunity for growth. GTRI employs about 2200 employees working in 8 labs across 14 locations with a main campus in Atlanta, Ga. This opportunity is within our Cyber Security, Information Protection and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Laboratory. Cyber Security, Information Protection and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER). CIPHER conducts applied research focused on cyber threats and countermeasures, secure multi-level information sharing, resilient command and control network architectures, reverse engineering, vulnerability identification, and high performance computing and analytics. CIPHER engineers develop and apply cutting edge technologies in computing, network architectures, signal and protocol analysis, network forensics, malware analysis, and reverse engineering (hardware and software) to solve the tough problems. To learn more about CIPHER, please visit https://www.gtri.gatech.edu/laboratories/cybersecurity-information-protection-and-hardware-evaluation-research.
GTRI/ICL seeks qualified candidates for a full-time GRC analyst role in Atlanta, GA. The qualified candidate will be responsible for providing analytical support as part of an effective information security risk management program. The individual in this role will be primarily responsible for ensuring effective enterprise-wide security analysis, understanding standards and assessment practices, supporting security awareness and education, and assisting in the development of applicable security policies, standards and guidelines. The project is based in the Centergy Building at 75 Fifth Street NW Atlanta, on the Georgia Tech campus.

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