Applied Physical Sciences, a wholly owned subsidiary of the General Dynamics Corporation, is looking for a highly motivated electromagnetics engineer to join our Concord, MA team. Successful candidates will have a MSEE (preferred) or B.S. degree with 10+ years’ experience in electrical engineering or physics with a focus on electromagnetic field theory, or acoustics and finite element analysis. Professional experience of 10+ years is desired. Successful applicants will support the design, development, and analysis of acoustic transducers, novel permanent magnet motors and other low frequency magnetic field phenomena. Candidates should have a solid understanding of commercial finite element analysis programs such as COMSOL, ABAQUS, FLUX, and/or OPERA.
• BS, MS preferred in Acoustics, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or Physics.
• Experience with commercial finite element analysis codes such as COMSOL, FLUX, OPERA.
• Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team
• Understanding of structures and mechanics is desired but not required.
• Experience with design and analysis of transducers.
• Proficiency in MATLAB/Python for data analysis and analytic tool development.
• Strong problem-solving skills to make inform critical design decisions.
• Outstanding verbal, written and visual communication skills.
Our Boston area office is located in Concord, MA. This historic New England town offers a convenient reverse commute to/from Boston, Somerville, and Cambridge. APS moved into this freshly renovated space in August 2018. You will work in a professional, but casual office environment. Experience levels in the office range from 30+ year subject matter experts, to recent college graduates, to interns providing peer and mentor level support networks. You will have the opportunity to work with leading researchers willing to teach, learn, and advocate for your career goals.
APS works on exciting, technically challenging, cutting-edge technologies that will expose candidates to a wide variety of multidisciplinary fields and allow for unique growth opportunities and learning experiences. At APS you will work in a small company environment where technical excellence is rewarded and an entrepreneurial spirit is encouraged, and you will have the chance to work directly with colleagues and customers that value innovation and creativity.
APS, a wholly owned subsidiary of the General Dynamics Corporation, offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and comfortable working conditions.
Candidates must possess or be able to obtain a DoD security clearance.
Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume and application using the form below, fax them to 860-448-3075, Attn: Janet, or mail to the company address. Please reference the requisition number and title of the position in the subject line of your submission.
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