Job ID: 4923
The USU Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is seeking a student engineer to assist engineers developing tactical sensor technologies. Work will primarily involve development of hardware particularly RF hardware, design, modeling, parts selection and procurement, assembly, integration, test, measurement, troubleshooting, analysis of results using various techniques, and supporting field tests.
- Must be eligible to obtain a Department of Defense security clearance (U.S. citizenship is required)
- Actively working toward a B.S. degree in electrical engineering at USU
- Experience or interest in electronics, computers, robotics, electromagnetics, digital logic, remote sensing, MATLAB, C++
Work hours are flexible up to 20 hours/week during spring and fall semesters and up to 40 hours/week during the summer.
SDL supports a variety of missions, including NASA’s vision to reveal the unknown for the benefit of humankind and the Department of Defense’s aim to protect our Nation on the ground, in the air, and in space. Our sensors, satellites, software systems, and science and engineering play an essential role in some important missions you’ve heard of, and others that you haven’t. Join our team in our seventh decade of delivering mission success.
Student Scholar Program: SDL provides unique opportunities for student employees, such as hands-on experience and our Student Scholar program. The Student Scholar program provides SDL student employees with opportunities to expand their knowledge, extend their work experience, and engage with the community.
EOE including Disability and Vet