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Postdoctoral Research Engineer

Company Name:
Radiance Technologies
Postdoctoral Research Engineer
Tracking Code
HR3041
Job Description
Radiance Technologies is seeking a recent Ph. D. graduate to work as a postdoctoral researcher in the field of Electrical Engineering. Experience performing R&D with MEMS, RF Sensors, Materials, and Systems, Electro-Optical Systems, or Metamaterials is required. The ideal candidate will be capable of performing independent research and proposal writing for new technology areas related to this field. Additionally, the ability to drive and supervise existing research programs, and develop prototypes is expected. Responsibilities will include documentation of progress, effective communication, and presentation of results and progress. Experience working with small business innovative research programs and writing grants is a plus. The initial appointment will be eligible for extension based off of performance and availability of funding.



Desired Qualifications:


Experience with a wide range of operating systems including Windows and Linux

Experience developing custom software and hardware tools to assist in performing reverse engineering and vulnerability analysis

Active Top Secret Clearance

Required Skills
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Engineering, or relevant technical field
US citizenship with the ability to obtain a security clearance
Required Experience

Programming experience working with MATLAB

Metrology experience performing material characterization
Job Location
Ruston, Louisiana, United States
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
US Citizenship Required
Yes
Ability to obtain a Security Clearance
Yes
Polygraph Required
Not Required
Desired Qualifications
See Above.

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