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Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking experienced Aviation System Engineers who have interest in intellectually challenging and rewarding work. ASL is located in Huntsville, Alabama, where it conducts world-class applied research in avionics modeling, simulation, analysis, testing, evaluation, and software development in support of the government sponsors.
GTRI's Information Systems Division (ISD) is seeking a candidate to lead the High-Performance Computing (HPC) effort within GTRI.  This candidate will be responsible for setting the overall direction and vision of HPC across the organization as well as pulling together smaller HPC efforts that already exist within the organization.  This position will be responsible for leading the design and construction of a new HPC system if necessary as well as planning for future researcher needs and designing an overall infrastructure that’s adaptive to those future needs.
The Otto-Electrical (OE) Branch in the Electro-Optical Systems Innovation Division (EOSID) supports the design, modeling, simulation, construction, and integration of high precision optical systems by applying core competencies in electrical design, electronics, embedded hardware/firmware/software, and electromechanical control systems. The OE branch is made up of 14 full-time researchers with backgrounds in optical, electrical, and computer engineering. The Branch Head of the OE Branch is tasked with oversight of the branch's programs and researchers.
The Opto-Electrical (OE) Branch in the Electro-Optical Systems Innovation Division (EOSID) supports the design, modeling, simulation, construction, and integration of high precision optical systems by applying core competencies in electrical design, electronics, embedded hardware/firmware/software, and electromechanical control systems. The OE branch is made up of 14 full-time researchers with backgrounds in optical, electrical, and computer engineering. The Branch Head of the OE Branch is tasked with oversight of the branch's programs and researchers. EOSID specializes in the complete imaging and remote sensing chain, from the analysis, design, development, integration, test and evaluation of sensing systems, to the processing, exploitation, and visualization of data and imagery. EOSID also specializes in modeling and simulation (M&S) of high energy laser propagation, engagements, and effects.
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking a Co-op Student in the Test Engineering Division (TEN), Electronic Warfare Training Branch (EWTB) starting fall 2021.
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking Co-op/interns in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) for fall 2021.
The Systems Engineer/Model-Based Systems Engineer in Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Systems Engineering Research Division (SERD) is a full-time research faculty position in the Model-Based Systems Engineering Research, Education & Applications Branch (MREAB). This position supports the Department of Defense (DoD) in the effort to use model-based and data-driven processes across multiple functionalities to improve acquisition decisions and system life cycle support.
Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Laboratory is currently seeking a skilled Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) engineer with expertise in security and networking. Candidates must enjoy working with open source software and cutting edge technologies. Candidates will lead sponsored research projects and serve as the subject matter expert for a team of scientists and engineers.
GTRI's Advanced Warfighting Technologies Division in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory seeks qualified candidates for the position of Counterproliferation & Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction Capabilities Branch (CCB) Chief. The role of this position is to lead a team of researchers focused on the development of technologies and system-level capabilities in the areas of biological, chemical, radiological & nuclear protection, and defeat.
GTRI is seeking a Program Management Support Professional (PMSP) to provide support to research & development engineering projects.  The successful candidate will provide project management support to multiple teams (of fifteen to twenty (15-20) members each) of multi-disciplinary engineers, scientists, and technicians to identify and achieve project objectives and milestones.  A technical Project Director (PD) is assigned to each project and will retain the final project authority. The PMSP will work alongside the PD to develop and manage cost and technical schedules and track project progress.  This role allows for a desirable work/life balance with few extra hours worked when necessary.  This is an opportunity to maintain and extend existing and future funded programs. The ability to operate with an entrepreneurial spirit combined with the stability of funded programs of noble purpose makes GTRI a unique and rewarding place to work. This position offers an opportunity to provide mentorship and cultivate career growth in an open culture.
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Mission Data Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Air National Guard Program Office (ANGPO) conducts electronic warfare (EW) research, software development, test & evaluation engineering for electronic countermeasures technologies which support a variety of military aviation platforms. The EW Mission Data Engineer will support the primary sponsor at the Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada location.
Atlanta, GA
GTRI is searching for a proven leader and researcher with a Master’s Degree and 8+ years of experience in the technical areas of the division. The successful candidate will also have demonstrated experience in contract development, program management, and personnel management. The responsibilities of the associate division chief are split between the leadership of the division and actively performing research programs. The responsibilities of the Associate Division Chief are divided between leadership and independent research. It is expected that the leadership responsibilities of this position will be up to 50% time, with the other funding coming from externally funded research programs. The position is based at GTRI facilities in Midtown Atlanta, GA. Researchers at GTRI are research faculty at Georgia Tech.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Smyrna, GA is seeking a dynamic and analytical candidate to join the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) of the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL). The ideal candidate will be an experienced technical program manager to direct and oversee a portfolio of research projects supporting radar ISR problems of interest to the Department of Defense (DoD). The researcher is expected to be responsible for technical execution, schedule, and budget in addition to developing future programs and funding opportunities.
As the SEAL Program Management Lead, the successful candidate will be able to provide project management leadership to multiple project directors and their project teams (typically ten to twenty-five member teams of multi-disciplinary engineers and scientists) to achieve project objectives and milestones. A technical Project Director (PD) is assigned to each project and will retain final project authority. However, the Program Management Lead shall ensure that resources are properly allocated across and between the projects, that the projects request additional resources as needed in a timely fashion, and that progress and issues are communicated in a timely fashion to Lab management. The Program Management Lead will work alongside the PDs to assure all project management requirements are met and provide project management guidance to the PDs concerning processes and procedures that would be beneficial to each project. As the SEAL Strategic Captures Lead, the successful candidate will be able to lead strategic captures of contract vehicles and prototyping programs from initial business development through contract award. The Strategic Captures Lead's primary duty is to secure research funding in support of all GTRI laboratories and field offices. This duty includes establishing and executing contract vehicles, often serving as the contract/program manager or GTRI Level 1 PD in the execution of the contract vehicles they manage. For contract capture management, the Strategic Captures Lead will often manage large interdisciplinary teams towards a common goal of on-time delivery of a winning proposal in a limited amount of time.
Atlanta, GA
The Georgia Tech Research Institute is seeking research engineers or scientists having expertise in systems engineering, systems integration, and test planning and execution. Candidates will support SEAL’s Command and Control Communication Division (C3D) in the analysis, definition, and generation of system requirements, system trade studies, and various modeling efforts. Candidates will work in technical cross-functional teams in the designing analysis and implementation of alternative hardware and software technologies to update these C3 nodes and in the prototyping of next-generation technologies. Candidates should have strong problem-solving skills and the ability to develop creative solutions to complex technical and managerial problems. In addition to performing applied research, candidates are expected to support management research efforts and support business development activities. Business development includes the identification of research topics, conceptualization and formulation of research efforts, interaction with potential sponsors, and writing white papers and proposals. Researchers are expected to be able to work independently as well as in teams. Applicants are required to possess both good written and oral skills in order to document and convey one's research to both internal and external customers on a regular basis.
The Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) is seeking an enthusiastic and technically qualified candidate to fill a leadership position for the Digitally Integrated Systems Engineering (DISE) Branch within the Software Engineering and Architecture Division (SEAD). This individual will lead a team of systems engineers who are building digital models of complex systems. Branch capability areas include detailed design, implementation, integration & test, and verification & validation. The DISE branch will focus on the integration of parts and their validation (the right side of the Systems Engineering (SE) V) through detailed design, implementation, integration and testing, and verification and validation.
Atlanta, GA
This job is for a full-time research faculty position in the Force Protection Systems Branch in the Aerospace & Acoustics Technologies Division (AATD) with the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATASL) at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). The Force Protection Systems Branch (FPSB) focuses on the development, integration, testing, and evaluation of tactical military systems for the protection of personnel and critical infrastructure worldwide. FPSB personnel apply systems engineering expertise to sensors, platforms, and integrated systems, with a focus on small unmanned systems and asymmetric warfare. Program areas include small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), Counter UAS systems, persistent tactical ISR platforms and sensors, and command and control (C2) architectures. Within the Aerospace and Acoustics Technologies Division, FPSB focuses on opportunities for the transition of emerging technologies to address urgent requirements. Primary sponsors currently come from the US military acquisition community.
The Avionics System Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) supports system integration and software development projects for Department of Defense (DoD) manned and unmanned aircraft improvement programs. Additionally, this position is responsible for task and team leadership, including mentoring junior engineers in Avionics Systems Engineering and supporting division-level technical strategy. The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) researches military aircraft specializing in avionics, electronic warfare, autonomous systems, and tactical communication/datalink systems. The ESID team's engineering roles include Applied Systems Engineering, Datalink Engineering, Embedded Software, Enterprise Software, Augmented/Virtual Reality, and Test Engineering.
Atlanta, GA
The Assured Software and Information Division within the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) seeks an intern for the summer 2021 semester to research techniques in data characterization and data modeling for machine learning projects.
The Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory (EOSL) Image and Signal Processing Division seeks an intern for the summer 2021 semester.

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