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Experimental Condensed Matter Physics Program Manager
DOE Office of Science, Office of Basic Energy Sciences https://science.osti.gov/bes/About/Additional-job-Information
Bryant Associates Inc Please see the Bryant Associates Career page
Chemical and Mechanical Engineering New College Grads, Interns & Co-Ops
Dow, Inc. Dow has Fulltime, Intern, and Co-Op opportunities in Operations (Manufacturing, Engineering and Environmental) that include a broad range of responsibilities in a variety of different work settings. If interested in connecting with us at the oSTEM 2022 Convention, then please pre-register at the following link below.
Many positions with a world leader in production & supply of life science reagents
New England Biolabs We are hiring! NEB's industry-leading science, plus its core values of passion, humility, and genuineness make it an unmatched workplace. From our in-house seminars to our LEED certified buildings, you'll find a welcoming community here at NEB. Apply now: neb.com/careers
Multiple Internship and Co-op Opportunities
ASML ASML is the mis important tech company you've never heard of. ASML gives the world's leading chipmakers the power to mass produce patterns on silicon. We're moving technology forward. In fact, we're probably a part of the electronic device you are using right now. Our lithography technology is fundamental to mass producing some of semi conductor chips. With it, the world's top chipmakers are creating microchips that are more powerful, faster, and energy efficient.
GREAT Full Time Opportunities with ASML
ASML ASML Is the most important Tech company you've never heard of period. Changing the world, one nanometer at a time. ASML Gives the world's leading chipmakers the power to mass produce patterns on silicon. We're moving technology forward. In fact, we're probably a part of the electronic device you're using right now. Our lithography technology is fundamental to mass producing semiconductor chips. With it, the world's top chipmakers are creating microchips that are more powerful, faster, and energy efficient.
Engineering and Science & Technology opportunities available (full-time, co-op, intern) at Owens Corning
Owens Corning Owens Corning is excited to participate at oSTEM and engage with some great talent. Come visit Booth 423 to learn more about our roles and network with our passionate recruiters. Please visit our Early Careers job website link for description of each position.
Majors of interest (full-time, Co-op, intern) Mechanical (Engineering Technology), Electrical (Engineering Technology), Chemical, Industrial, Mechatronic, Material Science, Manufacturing, Ceramics Engineering.
Science & Technology Positions: Science & Technology Leadership Program and Science & Technology Internship
Majors of interest (full-time & intern) Master’s & PhD candidate pursuing Chemistry,Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Physics
Contact Rochelle Robinson (Rochelle.email@example.com) if interested in our roles. Visit our booth through WHOVA app to watch our company overview video!
PPPL Science Education Opportunities!
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Learn about PPPLs Undergraduate, Graduate, K-12, Outreach, and STEM ambassadorship opportunities! https://www.pppl.gov/education
Marketing & Business Development Intern - Intellectual Property
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has openings for two highly motivated Marketing and Business Development Interns to join the Intellectual Property Office team! Each intern will be assigned to one of the following research areas:
Biosciences Physical Sciences and Energy Sciences
What You Will Do:
Shadow business development experts and contribute to technology assessments to determine the potential of identified technologies for patentability and marketability for commercial uses. Assist with customer discovery interviews/surveys for biosciences technologies. Learn intellectual property protection strategy and processes. Provide marketing research and strategy development support. Support a wide variety of marketing activities, including: Write marketing pieces, feature stories, and media pieces. Conduct email marketing campaigns: develop contact lists, create Mailchimp email campaigns. Develop videos/graphics or other content for marketing and branding activities; help organize, execute, and distribute creative campaigns. Help organize and market webinars. Learn intellectual property management and patent analysis databases, input/upkeep the inquiry or company engagement data, and produce reports as needed for case analysis.
What is Required:
Must be enrolled in a full-time accredited university at the senior undergraduate or graduate level, currently pursuing a Biology, Biomedical Engineering or other Bio-related degree for the Biosciences intern position, or Chemistry or related degree for the Physical & Energy Sciences position. Strong writing skills.
Nuclear Security Technologies Program Manager
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory The Nuclear Security Technologies Program Manager will work to strengthen the relationship with DOE Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Research & Development and the related Nonproliferation Stewardship Program, as well as the broader nonproliferation stakeholder community and National Laboratory complex. As an unclassified DOE Office of Science National Laboratory, Berkeley Lab is focused on research and partnering with other institutions while transitioning toward a more applied approach. What is Required:
Bachelor’s degree in physics, applied physics, nuclear engineering, radiochemistry, nuclear chemistry, actinide chemistry, chemical engineering, or related field, with a minimum of 8 years of work experience in the field, including program planning, scheduling, and budgeting. Extensive experience working with federal agencies that fund Nuclear Security Technologies R&D topics, including knowledge of their missions, scope of their R&D, current challenges, and unique requirements of working for these agencies. Knowledge of the nuclear fuel cycle, including contemporary chemistry, materials science, and physics.
Systems Integration and Test Associate Engineer
Aurora Flight Sciences, A Boeing Company Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing subsidiary, is seeking entry level engineers to contribute to the development of next generation autonomous aircrafts. Our contributions to the aerospace industry include the world record-breaking Orion aircraft, the first fully autonomous helicopter (AACUS), a flying taxi, underwater vehicles, a solar powered airplane, and many more. In this role, you will be part of the highly collaborative environment in which you will work independently on a multidisciplinary team to design and develop these systems. As such, candidates must have excellent communication and organizational skills and the desire to take on new tasks and develop new skills.
Air Vehicle Associate Engineer
Aurora Flight Sciences, A Boeing Company Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing subsidiary, is seeking entry-level engineers to contribute to the development of next generation autonomous aircraft. Our contributions to the aerospace industry include the world record breaking of Orion aircraft, the first fully autonomous helicopter, a flying taxi, underwater vehicles, a solar-powered airplane, and many more. In this role, you will be part of a highly collaborative environment in which you will work independently on a multi-disciplinary team to design and develop these systems. As such, candidates must have excellent communication and organizational skills and the desire to take on new tasks and develop new skills. We are seeking individuals with a strong academic record, a demonstrated passion for aviation and aerospace (research projects, student organizations, student competitions, etc.), and experience contributing to a team in a fast-paced, collaborative, and self-directed environment.
Runway Startup Postdoc - Cornell Tech
Cornell Tech and Jacobs Institute Have a PhD and a startup idea? We'll be your firat investor. The Runway Startup Postdoc Program is part business school, part research institution, and part startup incubator. Based at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, Runway ushers recent PhDs in digital technology fields through a paradigm shift — from an academic mindset to an entrepreneurial outlook. Startup Postdocs can arrive with ideas for unproven products and markets that require time and specialized guidance to develop. For more info visit https://tech.cornell.edu/programs/phd/startup-postdocs/
Electronics Engineer, AST - Electronic Systems Failure Analysis
NASA The Engineering and Technology Directorate, Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division, Navigation and Mission Design Branch is seeking an early-career engineer to specialize in navigation analysis and requirements development.
Aerospace Engineer, AST - Navigation Guidance and Control Systems
NASA The Engineering and Technology Directorate, Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division, Navigation and Mission Design Branch is seeking an early-career engineer to specialize in navigation analysis and requirements development.
Internship, Co-Op, and Full-Time positions at Ingredion
Ingredion Incorporated Ingredion Incorporated is excited to connect with some great talent at oSTEM 2022!
We have internship & co-op opportunities for majors such as Computer Science, Food Science, Chemistry, Biology, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Environmental Engineering. We are also recruiting for our full-time GTO (Global Talent For Operations) Program.
We will be at booth 309 on Friday and Saturday - hope to see you there!
Internships, Co-ops, Full-time Engineers at The Penn State University Applied Research Lab
The Penn State University Applied Research Lab The Applied Research Lab seeks forward-thinking and innovative talent to leverage their technical skills for a transformative career in intelligence, defense and aerospace.
National Security Agency Microelectronics Engineers utilize electrical, computer, mechanical, and materials engineering knowledge and skills to design, assemble, test, analyze and qualify the next generation of electronics hardware in support of the NSA mission. The National Security Agency (NSA) currently has opportunities for three types of Microelectronics positions: Microelectronics Package Engineer, Microelectronics Process Engineer, and Microelectronics Technology Engineer.
Operational Computer Systems Analyst (System Administrator)
National Security Agency Operational Computer Systems Analysts at the NSA play a vital role in providing computer support to achieve core NSA mission objectives by actively managing the functioning enterprise computer systems. As an Operational Computer Systems Analyst at NSA, responsibilities may include: - planning and coordinating the installation, testing, operating, troubleshooting, and maintenance of hardware and software systems - monitoring and maintaining computer system or network hardware or software applications - applying and managing the software designed to update or fix problems with a computer program or its supporting data - responding to customer requests for assistance, information, products or services - resolving customer concerns, problems, and complaints
National Security Agency Business Technologist responsibilities include:
- Employing some combination (2 or more) of analysis, computer science, mathematics, and software engineering skills to devise strategies for extracting meaning and value from large datasets.
- Through analytic modeling, scripting, and/or programming, develop and implement qualitative and quantitative methods for characterizing large datasets in various states of organization, cleanliness and structure.
- Reviewing the nature and quality of cost data sources and evaluate their relevance to analyses; recommending action for improvement and use of sources.
- Translating practical mission needs and analytic questions related to large datasets into technical requirements and, conversely, assist others with drawing appropriate conclusions from the analysis of such data.
- Effectively communicate complex technical information to non-technical audiences through varied visualization and presentation methods.
- Design analytic tables, reports and dashboards using business intelligence tools and platforms.
Computer Systems Security Manager
National Security Agency Computer Systems Security Managers at the NSA play a vital role in maintaining the confidentiality, availability, and integrity of the Agency computing infrastructure. As a Computer Systems Security Manger, at the NSA, your responsibilities may include: - Supporting a program, organization, system, or enclave - Reviewing investigative processing of security incidents - Developing or interpreting computer security policies - Overseeing, evaluating and supporting the security authorization process - Providing leadership, management and direction of cybersecurity activities - Advising senior leadership (e.g., Chief Information Security Officer [CISO], Authorizing Official [AO]) on risk levels, and changes affecting the organization's cybersecurity posture - Advising senior leadership or of information security programs, policies, processes, systems, and mission elements
National Security Agency Do any of the items below interest you? If so, this position may be the perfect fit for you.
- Enjoy abstract puzzles and other problem-solving challenges - Tinkering with hardware or have technological curiosity - Reverse engineering of hardware or equipment, such as disassembling or repair - Appreciation and interest in weaponry systems, rockets, or other aerial projectiles - Interest in clandestine intelligence activities
Duties of the job include: - Levy deep technical understanding of signal characteristics to determine signal structure, define signal parameters, identify signal content, and model signal behavior within the RF and digital domains. - Transform signals between domains, and create processing models and scripts. - Report technical characteristics of signals and maintain knowledge bases. - Support access and follow-on analytic activities. - Analyze engineering and technical information related to weapon and space systems. - Conduct target analysis and research. - Use knowledge of customer requirements to collect, process, analyze and/or report on signals intelligence information. - Identify and analyze signal waveforms (e.g., weapon systems or communication systems), bit streams (e.g., multiplexers, error correction, voice and video compression, or instrumentation systems), and/or protocols (e.g., link layer, network layer, or application layer). - Develop software code to support analysis and/or processing using a variety of architectures and solutions. - Report signal parametric data and intelligence information in databases, narrative reports, and oral presentations. - Collaborate with collection managers, developers, analysts, and reporters to optimize resources, develop new solutions to analytic challenges, fuse multiple sources of information, and deliver critical intelligence to a variety of customers.
National Security Agency NSA Research Engineers and Scientists are renowned subject matter experts, consultants, inventors, collaborators, and visionaries. Opportunities to learn and advance in your field are unlimited.
As a RESEARCH ENGINEER, you will: - Stay abreast of the latest advances in computer science, mathematics, physics, and engineering. - Explore, develop and implement research approaches and advance in your technical field. - Spend time in mission areas learning what problems and challenges operators and analysts face, and then create and apply solutions to support NSA's mission. - Collaborate with national laboratories and academics at world-class universities. - Leverage NSA's Technology Transfer Program to license, develop, and commercialize technologies that meet mission goals, advance science, and foster innovation. - Publish in world-class journals and regularly attend and participate in conferences in your field of study.
Hardware/Software Design Engineer
National Security Agency Hardware/Software Design Engineers are hired into positions supporting a broad range of specialized skills including Computer Engineering, Computer Programming, Computer Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Communications Engineering. Positions may be an office directly supporting a technical mission or one of three Development Programs: the Resident Signals Engineering Program (RSE), System Engineer Development Program (SEDP) or the Information Technology Development Program (ITDP).
The responsibilities of a Hardware/Software Design Engineer may include: - Designing, developing, testing, and/or evaluating computer or computer-related equipment. - Programming, modifying and/or configuring system software that manages the computer hardware and provides services to the applications. - Applying software engineering principles to design, develop, test, and evaluate/modify software applications.
Acquisition Security Analyst
National Security Agency Acquisition Security Analysts apply acquisition security principles and risk reduction methodologies. They collect data concerning sponsor needs and product application by reviewing acquisition documentation or tasking from sponsoring organizations and interviewing sponsors. They evaluate vendors and products to determine the extent of any foreign influence. They coordinate with subject matter experts to determine the level or risk associated with product use.
Acquisition Security Analyst responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Applying principles, methods, and tools for assessing and mitigating threats/vulnerabilities - Understanding commercial information technology marketplace, products, and services - Assessing applicability of available tools to various situations - Understanding the principal methods and techniques of gathering intelligence information - Evaluating the scope and availability of intelligence analysis tools available at NSA - Preparing and maintaining case files, risk assessments, and acquisition security databases detailing the findings, recommendations, status, and results of assessment actions. - Reviewing acquisition strategy plans to identify acquisition security concerns associated with acquisition strategies and provide guidance for addressing those concerns. - Developing and monitoring implementation and effectiveness of countermeasures for mitigating security risks. - Briefing customers and managers concerning acquisition security policy and procedures and specific cases.
National Security Agency NSA Data Scientists tackle challenging real-world problems leveraging big data, high-performance computing, machine learning, and a breadth of other methodologies. We are looking for critical thinkers, problem solvers, and motivated individuals who are enthusiastic about data and believe that answers to hard questions lie in the yet-to-be-told story of diverse, complicated data sets. You will employ your mathematical science, computer science, and quantitative analysis skills to develop solutions to complex data problems and take full advantage of NSA's capabilities to tackle the highest priority foreign intelligence and cybersecurity challenges.
As a Data Scientist, your responsibilities may include: - Exploratory data analysis and exploratory model-fitting to reveal data features of interest. - Machine-learned predictive modeling. - Construct usable data sets from multiple sources to meet customer needs. - Identifying and analyzing anomalous data (including metadata). - Developing conceptual design and models to address mission requirements. - Developing qualitative and quantitative methods for characterizing datasets in various states. - Performing analytic modeling, scripting, and/or programming. - Working collaboratively and iteratively throughout the data-science lifecycle. - Designing and developing analytics and techniques for analysis. - Analyzing data using mathematical and statistical methods. - Evaluating, documenting, and communicating research processes, analyses, and results to customers, peers, and leadership. - Creating interpretable visualizations.
National Security Agency What does a Software Engineer do at NSA? The answer changes daily, but always involves solving difficult problems and keeping pace with, or even establishing, the state of the art in software development and system security. Whether an aspiring or established Software Engineer, NSA has opportunity for you to contribute, learn, and grow in virtually any Computer Science focus area, including: Cybersecurity, High Performance Computing (HPC), Quantum Computing Research, Data Analytics, Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence (ML/AI), Cryptology/Cryptography, and countless others. If it is considered Computer Science, chances are good we have at least one team focused on it. Individual opportunities are too numerous to list, so tell us what you want to do and let's talk!
National Security Agency NSA hires recent college graduates and junior systems engineers to support a technical mission office, or participate in a Development Program. These systems engineers are involved in various projects that are designed to nurture and grow their skills. They gain hands-on, practical knowledge of architecture and infrastructure by designing engineering systems over the lifecycle in areas such as networks, servers, hardware and software. Supported by robust training, junior systems engineers have opportunities to form relationships with mentors and explore possibilities. They are energetic, motivated, driven to continual learning and ready to grow their careers.
Cryptographic Vulnerability Analyst
National Security Agency Cryptographic Vulnerability Analysts play a critical role in enabling security solutions by:
- identifying vulnerabilities of and attacks to cryptographic systems - comparing and contrasting various cryptographic attack techniques - producing formal and informal reports, briefings and perspectives - analyzing data using mathematical/statistical methods - conducting security evaluations - developing countermeasures to address cryptographic vulnerabilities - designing, evaluating or modifying encryption schemes or algorithm.
The ideal candidate is someone with strong problem-solving, analytic, communication and interpersonal skills who is/can: - motivated - flexible - innovative - work effectively across in diverse environments - well-organized - handle multiple assignments.
Digital Network Exploitation Analyst
National Security Agency Digital Network Exploitation Analysts are hired into positions directly supporting a technical mission office or an Agency Development Program. Both the Digital Network Exploitation Analyst (DNEA) Development Program (DDP) and the Intrusion Analyst Skill Development Program (IASDP) are 3 year programs that combine formal training (i.e., SIGINT, discovery/analysis, and advanced cyber security) and diverse work assignments.
As a Digital Network Exploitation Analyst at the NSA, responsibilities may include: - conducting analysis of metadata - conducting target analysis and research - identifying target communications within the global network - performing global network analysis and mapping - using knowledge of customer requirements to analyze and process intelligence information - performing exploitation and operations on target networks
Computer Science Development Programs
National Security Agency NSA's development programs help employees enhance their skills and improve their understanding of a specific discipline. The programs are generally three years long and feature rotational tours throughout the Agency. Designed for entry to mid-level employees, development program participants are afforded the opportunity to receive tailored training, often with a cohort, and multiple assignments across Agency Directorates to develop skills and experience to ground their career at the NSA.
Applicants will be considered for the following NSA's Development Programs:
ACDP - Applied Computing Development Program
CDP - Computer Science Development Program
C2DP - Cryptanalytic Computer Network Operations Development Program
CNODP - Computer Network Operations Development Program
CSEDP - Cybersecurity Engineering Development
Program For additional information on these development programs please visit: www.intelligencecareers.gov/NSA/nsadevprograms.html
Information Systems Security Professional
National Security Agency Information System Security Professionals at NSA play a vital role in enabling security solutions by utilizing systems engineering and systems security engineering principles in:
- defining information system security requirements and functionality
- designing system architectures and designs
- assessing the effectiveness of security solutions against present and projected threats
- producing formal and informal reports, briefings, and direct input to the customer regarding security and functionality requirements, system architecture and security designs
- conducting security engineering/hardening of the latest operating systems, tailoring them for use in the specific mission area
- reviewing requests for security relevant changes on the mission infrastructures, ensuring risk is adequately mitigated
- working with system owners to accredit/re-accredit critical mission systems.
Computer Network Defense Analyst
National Security Agency Computer Network Defense Analysts work in multiple organizations at NSA and are primarily responsible for finding vulnerabilities, delivering analyses, crafting mitigations, developing cybersecurity products, and educating our customers to prevent and eradicate the cyber threats to the Defense Industrial Base, critical infrastructures and U.S. National Security Systems - to include NSA's own information systems and networks assets. They apply technical expertise to provide computer network defense capabilities, continuous monitoring, technical analysis, situational awareness, and incident response for the highest classified capabilities, systems, and data in our Nation.
Depending on their experience and preferences, Computer Network Defense Analysts are hired into positions directly supporting a technical Cybersecurity mission office or into a development program like the Intrusion Analyst Skill Development Program (IASDP) or the Cybersecurity Operations Development Program (CSODP). These development programs are roughly 3 years in length and combine formal training and diverse work assignments.
Radio Frequency Design Engineer
National Security Agency At NSA, RF Engineers develop the technologies, communications and capabilities to maintain our global advantage in both information gathering and national defense. RF Engineers acquire target signals, condition them for follow-on processing and deliver end-to-end solutions for survey, collection and emitter location and follow on analysis. Use your unique experience and expertise to protect national security interests!
RF Engineers can be directly hired to support a mission organization or into the Radio Frequency Development Program (RFDP). The RFDP is a three-year full-time paid development program for junior RF engineers to develop and expand skills while making meaningful contributions to NSA's mission. This talented group will have the opportunity to take part in customized mentoring, professional development and world-wide travel while sampling a breadth of RF engineering activities.
Cyber Network Offensive/Defense Operations
National Security Agency On the offensive side of the NSA mission you will:
- execute computer network operations against foreign adversaries' information systems and networks
- use advanced software applications for network navigation, tactical forensic analysis, and collection of valuable intelligence information
- research and implement solution sets to influence and enhance network offensive posture.
On the defensive side of the NSA mission, as part of the Red, Blue or Hunt Team, you will:
- execute computer network operations against official US government organizations worldwide for the purpose of strengthening information system security (Red team)
- identify intrusions and vulnerabilities and recommend mitigation strategies and techniques to secure networks (Blue Team)
- identify, analyze and develop defensive measures to thwart advanced, state-sponsored intrusions of DoD and Federal Government networks around the world (Blue Team)
- conduct and support Computer Network Operations to interactively search for Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) and Indicators of Compromise (IOC) using enhanced data collection and analysis methods (Hunt Team)
- use advanced software applications for network navigation, perform tactical forensic analysis and collect valuable network data to proactively identify and characterize adversarial activity (Hunt Team).
Applies Research Mathematician
National Security Agency Newly-hired mathematicians and mathematical statisticians begin their careers in the Mathematics Development Program (MDP). The goal of the three-year MDP is to provide on-the-job training in the broad range of mathematical and statistical sciences at NSA. This is primarily accomplished through 6-month tours in NSA offices of the MDP participant's choosing. Mentorship is provided for each tour and participants work on real mission problems. MDP members also study cryptologic mathematics, statistical data mining, and related subjects in courses taught by Agency experts. Participants are required to develop skills in programming and using computational resources to solve mission problems. Various short-term and long-term travel opportunities exist for interested participants but are not required.
MDP members are able to take advantage of other professional development opportunities available at NSA as well. This includes continuing education opportunities and optional Agency courses in everything from professional communication to goal setting to machine learning. Career mentorship and participation in professional networks such as WIMS (Women in the Mathematical Sciences) are strongly supported. A healthy work-life balance is encouraged and resources including maternity/paternity leave, counseling services, and financial coaching are available for all employees.
Civil Engineer - Facilities
National Security Agency As a Civil Engineer at NSA, responsibilities may include:
- Developing civil designs, construction plans and specifications, including design analysis, calculations, and cost estimates
- Conducting field investigations or studies and writing reports
- Performing Design Quality Control of in-house and A-E civil designs
- Conducting inspections of projects under construction, reviewing construction submittals, answering Contractor's RFIs, and validating as-constructed drawings
- Performing routine and periodic inspections of facilities and making recommendations
- Attending and leading project meetings while projects are in the design phase
- Coordinating among Customer, Architect, other design disciplines, O&M, and other stakeholders
- Preparing Architecture-Engineer(A-E) or Design-Build statements of works, performance requirements, and cost estimates
- Managing and leading A-E contractors hired to perform engineering services
- Responding to operating facilities emergences, when engineering support is needed.
Electrical Engineer - Facilities
National Security Agency The Installations & Logistics organization is seeking Electrical Engineers with a focus or specialty in control systems. Candidates with this specialty should be knowledgeable about or interested in learning about Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and electrical control systems, electrical power systems, Schweitzer protective relays, Real-Time Automation Controllers (RTAC) as well as Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). Knowledge of the protocols used by these devices including mirrored bits, Modbus, DNP, and SNMP is desired.
As an Electrical Engineer at NSA, responsibilities may include:
- Prepare design and construction cost estimates
- Development of designs for new and renovated facilities
- Prepare engineering technical reports, specifications, and drawings
National Security Agency With the ever-increasing technological complexities in the world of supercomputers, we need talented computer and electrical engineers to be part of our team architecting, designing and verifying the next generation of high performance computing solutions (HPCS) that will support of our mission. Our goal is to provide supercomputers of the highest quality to ensure the success of the NSA and its partners.
The areas of responsibility may include one or more of the following:
- Accelerating application performance using Register Transfer Level (RTL) design
- Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) firmware development and integration
- RTL design closure using logic simulation, functional verification, synthesis, and timing analysis
- Printed Circuit Board (PCB) logic design, simulation and test
- Signal Integrity / Power Integrity
- Commercial systems acquisition and contracting
- Create and maintain documentation on technical information
- Operate specialized scientific and technical equipment
- Attend conferences and communicate with people in a particular technical field to keep abreast of new technologies and information
- Conduct research including studies, experiments, and investigations
Research emerging technologies for application(s) within the Agency
- Serve as a subject matter expert to support research and development efforts
- Work with customers to clarify their needs and to determine how their needs can be met
- Modeling and simulation to evaluate design alternatives
Cyber Mitigations/System Vulnerability Analyst
National Security Agency Network Cyber Mitigations Engineers and System Vulnerability Analysts at NSA have the opportunity to work in the following areas:
- Wired and wireless network security
- Vulnerability discovery and analysis
- Scalable mitigations development
- Perimeter/boundary defense
- Collaboration platforms, such as VoIP and VTC systems
- Mobile network security
- Tailored security solutions
- Reverse engineering
- Researching emerging network industry technologies and solutions
- Control system security
- Malware analysis
- Researching emerging network industry technologies and solutions
- Ensuring adequacy of cybersecurity standards and configurations
- Fusing vulnerability assessments from all sources into a unified picture of network risk
Engineer/Developer - Software or Hardware
National Security Agency The National Security Agency is seeking highly motivated Computer Science and Engineering professionals to solve complex problems, test innovative approaches, and research new solutions to propel our mission. As a Capabilities Development Specialist (CDS) at NSA, your job will be to develop high-priority offensive and defensive capabilities targeting the hardest-to-reach adversarial networks in the world. In defense of our Nation, we conduct innovative research and produce hardware and software tools unlike anything in the world. By joining our team, you will apply and grow your expertise to create new ways to get critical information to our national decision makers. Whether it is in software, hardware, or cutting-edge research, if you are up for a challenge, have unbridled curiosity, and a drive to develop tomorrow's technologies and tools today, apply now to join our team. Use your unique experiences and expertise to protect national security interests as part of the world's most advanced team of computer science and engineering professionals!
If you have interests, skills, or experience in one or more of the following areas, we'd like to hear from you:
- Hardware Specialties: Hardware RE, design, development, or testing (Verilog, VHDL, FPGA, PCB); Testing and debugging tools (JTAG, Oscilloscopes, etc.
Mechanical Design Engineer
BAE Systems At BAE Systems, our mission is to protect those who protect us, and we provide a number of technical solutions to support the military. We are seeking a few entry-level mechanical design engineers on work on the future of Naval systems including Naval weapon systems. We are looking for someone to start in January or February 2023 and this position requires the ability to get a Secret Clearance. We believe in work-life balance and this position works a 9/80 schedule with every other Friday off. This position can be full-time on-site and up to 2 days / week remote.
BAE Systems BAE Systems is on a mission to protect those who protect us. We create the future of technology to support our military. We are looking for Chemical or Mechanical Engineers to support our propellant manufacturing on a US Army site in Southwestern Virginia. I’m this role, you will serve as the subject matter expert on a production line, working with operators to troubleshoot and prevent issues, increase quality and safety and improve processes. This position is open to US citizens, US permanent residents and others considered US persons under International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and we can offer some relocation assistance to Southwest Virginia.
MITRE Looking for a career where you can solve big problems that threaten the safety and stability of our communities and our nation? MITRE could be the right fit for you.
Whether you’re a high school, college, or graduate student, we invite you to apply creativity and technical know-how from the classroom to real-world challenges. And we mean big challenges: countering cyber threats, advancing robotics capabilities, making healthcare more equitable.
We’re a not-for-profit company that tackles complex challenges for the public good. That requires all perspectives. And it’s why students are encouraged to bring—and gain—knowledge here. In fact, we hire 500+ interns and co-ops from across the country each year.
At MITRE, you can explore a particular field of interest, work in one of our world-class labs, get hands-on experience, and connect with mentors and peers. Our internships help jumpstart your career.
New Graduate Positions
MITRE MITRE offers far more than a typical day at the office. We tackle complex challenges for public good.
Our work spans AI, cybersecurity, health, quantum computing, aerospace, autonomous vehicles, and everything in between. Because we solve problems for a safer world, we offer countless opportunities to make an impact.
We’re a not-for-profit company with 60+ years of problem-solving experience. And we’re looking for people eager to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom or in the field.
MITRE is the place where your career will take off.
Kansas City National Security Campus In Kansas City, Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies (FM&T) manages and operates the U.S. Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA) Kansas City National Security Campus. This state-of-the-art engineering, manufacturing and sourcing facility produces a wide array of intricate components to deliver trusted national security products and government services primarily for the NNSA. Honeywell FM&T’s culture of integrity, commitment and continuous improvement enables them to deliver responsive, collaborative and innovative management and technology services and products that translate into cutting edge solutions to complex national security issues.
YOU MUST HAVE Ability to obtain and maintain an active US Depart of Energy ""Q"" level security clearance Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from an ABET accredited Engineering program
WE VALUE Capability to apply broad knowledge of one professional discipline or advanced knowledge of specific technical/operational practices Self-motivated and able to work with little supervision, by consistently taking the initiative to get things done Capability to update or modify working methods in your role by following defined procedures Interest and skill to collaborate with engineering functional teams Ability to consistently make timely decisions even in the face of complexity Dexterity to evaluate and recommend technical solutions based on standard or accepted technical practices
Multiple STEM Opportunities
MIT Lincoln Laboratory Join our diverse team! Apply here for consideration across all mission areas at MIT LL
Chemical Engineer/Polymer Scientist
Kansas City National Security Campus Honeywell Federal Manufacturing and Technologies is seeking candidates for multiple entry level positions to perform a variety of advanced chemical tests, processes, and procedures to support production and research and development on a wide variety of materials from metals to polymers in our Science and Engineering Laboratory – Materials (SEL-M).
The primary responsibility of this position is to support future and current production by designing and executing studies on polymeric, ceramic or metallic materials
The candidate will lead and participate in studies that may include designing, synthesizing, characterizing, and developing materials of interest to defense research and development
The candidate will be expected to leverage their understanding of chemistry, materials science, and analytical testing techniques to predict manufacturing behavior of complex materials
This candidate will be expected to lead teams of researchers to identify problems and solutions, draft test plans, obtain funding, and execute work in alignment with the company’s commitments and strategic objectives
The successful candidate will enhance the capabilities of an ongoing research and development program, within a multi-disciplinary organization dedicated to advanced materials studies by leveraging an in-depth understanding of materials science
The successful candidate will have a strong customer-service focus, and the ability to communicate effectively with customers who have limited knowledge of chemistry or materials science
You Must Have: US citizenship, needed to obtain and maintain required US Dept. of Energy """"Q""""-level security clearance
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) or Master’s Degree (M.S.) in Chemical Engineering, Metallurgy, Materials Science, Physical Science from an accredited institution with 2- 4 years’ experience or PhD with 0 years’ experience
R&D Scientist (Inorganic Chemistry)
Kansas City National Security Campus We are seeking a R&D Scientist to work in the Analytical Sciences Laboratory to perform a variety of basic to advanced chemical tests, processes, and procedures, which require the selection, and application of routine to complex chemistry technologies. The primary responsibility of this position is routine and non-routine wet chemistry, material dissolution, and method development for analytical testing with a focus on inorganic chemistry to support production and research. The Scientist should demonstrate a strong background in Inorganic Chemistry. The Scientist should be able to maintain and troubleshoot various instruments used to analyze inorganic materials. Hands-on experience with a wide variety of analytical instruments, with a strong emphasis on ICP, ICP-MS, XRF or Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry.
This position requires a strong desire to perform hands-on analytical analyses and will be responsible for assisting other scientists and technicians with a variety of day-to-day recurring tasks
The successful candidate will have a strong customer-service focus, and the ability to communicate effectively with customers who have limited knowledge of chemistry
Demonstrates the ability to work and communicate effectively with less experienced and more experienced scientists and technologists
A willingness to work either as an independent investigator or as a member of a multi-disciplinary cross-functional team
You Must Have: US citizenship to obtain and maintain security clearance Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry, Physics, Chemical Engineering or equivalent Four (4) or more years of relevant experience with inorganic chemistry, specifically sample dissolution, and analytical techniques
Multiple Opportunities in National Security
Kansas City National Security Campus Interested in national security opportunities?
U.S. Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA) Kansas City National Security Campus, managed by Honeywell FM&T is a state-of-the-art engineering, manufacturing and sourcing facility producing a wide array of intricate components to deliver trusted national security products and government services primarily for the NNSA. Our culture of integrity, commitment and continuous improvement enables them to deliver responsive, collaborative, and innovative management and technology services and products that translate into cutting edge solutions to complex national security issues.
Multiple Opportunities Available for both entry level and experienced individuals including: - Electrical Engineering - Software Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - Chemical Engineering - Chemistry - Cyber Security - Data Analytics
U.S Citizenship Required to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
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Senior Research Associate – Antibody Production
Tessera Therapeutics Position Summary:
We are looking for a Sr. Research Associate to join the Antibody Engineering team to advance our antibody discovery platform. The successful candidate will have a strong hands-on experience in antibody expression, purification and characterization. The Sr. Research Associate will work closely with other individuals across the formulation, analytical development and platform teams in Tessera. We are searching for a driven, enthusiastic and self-motivated individual who is comfortable multitasking and working independently on various aspects of the platform. This individual will join a dynamic, rapidly growing, and highly collaborative team.
Design and source DNA constructs used for protein expression. Perform plasmid transfection in mammalian cells (CHO or HEK293) for antibody expression. Antibody or other biologics purification by the affinity chromatography using AKTA Pure. Characterize and quality control of purified protein using variety of analytical methods (SEC, Mass-Spec, SDS-PAGE, etc.) Maintain a detailed and well-organized record of experiments in electronic notebook. Present research updates and participate constructively in working project teams and at lab meetings. Strong interpersonal skills; a team player.
BS./M.S. in biochemistry, molecular biology, protein chemistry or related fields. 2+ years relevant experiences in industry or academic setting. such as CHO and HEK293 cells. Knowledge of recombinant protein, antibody and other biologics expression. Experiences in protein purification using AKTA. Knowledge of protein characterization and quality control.
Scientist I/II, Protein Design
Tessera Therapeutics Position Summary:
Tessera is seeking a talented, creative, and self-motivated Protein Design Scientist to join our expanding Data Sciences team. This scientist will use computational protein modeling and design methods to support the discovery and engineering of novel gene editing technologies. This individual will also work closely with computational and bench scientists to develop and apply protein engineering strategies enabled by machine learning and deep neural networks. The position requires a strong foundation in computational biophysics and structure-based protein design. This role will contribute scientific and technical expertise to a multidisciplinary team, emphasizing conceptualization, experimentation, data analysis, presentation, and strategic planning.
Develop and apply protein modeling and design strategies to advance Tessera’s Gene Writing platform. Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to devise, train, refine, and deploy deep neural network models using public and proprietary sequence, structure, and function data. Collaborate closely with experimental scientists to realize protein designs, collect and analyze data, and build mechanistic intuition and biochemical understanding. Drive external collaborations where necessary to augment internal capabilities. Present scientific findings to broad audiences including senior leadership to drive decision making in program teams. Basic Qualifications:
Ph.D. in Computational Biology, Biophysics, Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Computational Chemistry, Computer Science, or related discipline. 3+ years of experience (including PhD work) in applying computational or machine learning methods to model and engineer proteins. Strong foundation in computational biophysics and structure-based protein design. Fluency in one or more programming languages, especially Python.
Scientist I/II– Antibody Engineering, Formulation
Tessera Therapeutics Key Responsibilities:
We are looking for a Scientist I/II to join the Antibody Engineering team to advance our antibody discovery platform. The successful candidate will have a strong background in state-of-the-art antibody discovery and engineering technologies, antibody expression, purification and characterization. The candidate’s familiarity in engineering variety of protein scaffolds (peptides, scFv, Fab, VHH) and drug-like properties by display technologies will be desirable. This Scientist will work closely with other individuals across formulation, analytical development and platform teams in Tessera. We are searching for a driven, enthusiastic and self-motivated individual who is comfortable multitasking and working independently on various aspects of the platform. This individual will join a dynamic, rapidly growing, and highly collaborative team.
Devise and execute antibody discovery campaign strategies including phage display and/or yeast display approaches to identify desirable antibodies against diverse targets. Apply computational tools and antibody engineering expertise to design and execute humanization, affinity and developability optimization. Performing antibody production, characterization and biochemical / biophysical analysis. Close collaboration with formulation group, deliver protein preparations and data packages in a timely manner to the project team. Cross functional collaboration with in vitro/in vivo team to ID lead antibody and provide biologics advice. Present research updates and participate constructively in working project teams and at laboratory group meetings. Help maintain laboratory instrumentation to ensure proper functioning.
BS./M.S. in biochemistry, molecular biology, protein chemistry or related fields with 6+ years relevant experiences in an industry setting, or Ph.D. in molecular biology, protein engineering, antibody engineering with 2+ years academic postdoc or industry experience is required.
Research Associate/Sr. Research Associate, Origination
Tessera Therapeutics Position Summary:
Tessera Therapeutics seeks a motivated and creative Research Associate/Sr. Research Associate discover and develop new Gene Writing technologies as a member of our highly dynamic and collaborative Origination team. The role will support the development of novel gene editing technologies to advance programs for proof-of-concept studies.
The successful candidate will work both independently and as part of a collaborative team to:
Research and discover new novel gene writing tools to modify human cells Collaborate with internal and external research teams to advance our Gene Writing research Basic Qualifications:
BS/MS in biological sciences Experience in molecular and cell biology Proficiency in human cell culture Strong written and oral communication skills, interpersonal skills, and ability to effectively work as part of a team Preferred Qualifications:
Experience with non-viral and viral based genetic modification of human cells Experience with flow cytometry Experience with genomics
The Associate Scientist will be responsible for building a next generation screening platform, executing screening workflows, and supporting the team with a focus on molecular and cellular biology in the broader context of applying genome engineering technologies. This individual will join a dynamic, rapidly growing, and highly collaborative team that combines significant biologic drug discovery experience with pioneering discoveries driving a novel biological platform.
The successful candidate will work both independently and as part of a collaborative team to: Design, plan and execute experiments that support research activities, project goals, and platform development. Perform high-throughput screening in different primary cells including hepatocytes, fibroblasts, T-cells, and iPSCs. Use automation to support screening activities. Use NGS, flow cytometry, cell imaging, and other approaches for readout. Analyze complex HTP screening data. Maintain electronic lab notebooks and articulate results to the scientific team. Basic Qualifications:
BS +6/MS +4 years of lab experience in biology, biochemistry, genetics, cell biology, immunology or a related field. Prior experience performing high-throughput screens. Extensive experience with mammalian cell culture techniques, especially primary cells.
Senior Research Associate, Molecular and Cellular Biology
Tessera Therapeutics Key Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work both independently and as part of a collaborative team to:
Design, plan and execute experiments that support research activities, project goals, and platform development. Mammalian cell culture including transfections/nucleofections, transduction and genomic DNA/protein extraction. Flow cytometry and other phenotypic readouts. Protein expression analysis by Western Blotting, PCR amplification, and other molecular biology techniques. Maintain lab notebook, analyze and interpret data. Present findings and experimental plans to the scientific team. Basic Qualifications & Skills:
Bachelor’s degree in molecular biology/cell biology/related discipline plus 5+ years experience (some in industry setting preferred); OR Master’s degree in molecular biology/cell biology/related discipline plus 3+ years of experience (some in industry setting preferred). Proven hands-on experience with mammalian cell culture techniques, and cell-based and molecular biology assays with a variety of readout technologies, such as flow cytometry, PCR, and western blot.