BAE Systems Entry Level Antenna Engineer in Greenlawn, New York
The new hire s primary activity will be to create new or modify existing antenna designs using full wave analysis software (Finite Element Method or Method of Moments) under the direction of a senior design engineer. The new hire will also supervise the fabrication of the design and its testing in the appropriate antenna chamber or antenna test range. Additional duties will include support to production including supervising the sell-off of BAE Systems antenna products.
Typical Education & Experience
Typically a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience
Required Skills and Education
BS in a technical field such as Electrical Engineering, Physics, or Mathematics.
Preferred Skills and Education
Antenna Coursework or experience.
About BAE Systems Electronic Systems
BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services.
The Electronic Systems (ES) sector spans the commercial and defense electronics markets with a broad portfolio of mission-critical electronic systems, including flight and engine controls; electronic warfare and night vision systems; surveillance and reconnaissance sensors; secure networked communications equipment; geospatial imagery intelligence products and systems; mission management; and power-and energy-management systems. Headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, ES employs approximately 13,000 people globally, with engineering and manufacturing functions primarily in the United States, United Kingdom, and Israel. Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression
Entry Level Antenna Engineer
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