BAE Systems FAST Labs™ is seeking a Modeling and Simulation Engineer to work in our Lexington, MA; Burlington, MA; or Merrimack, NH locations.
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Through research programs funded by science and technology R&D organizations within the U.S. Department of Defense, the research and development team in FAST Labs™ collaborate across the enterprise. On this team, you'll have the opportunity to create and develop advanced technology capabilities in the areas of advanced electronics, autonomy, cyber, electronic warfare, and sensors and processing. Many engineers at FAST Labs™ have made significant contributions to projects for the nation's most prestigious research organizations including DARPA, Army Research Labs, NRL, and Air Force Research Labs. We are seeking an individual with demonstrated leadership skills working with multi-functional teams in a fast-paced DARPA environment.
Specific responsibilities include:
* Create novel approaches to engineering problems * Develop and analyze complex systems solutions * Act independently to uncover and resolve issues associated with long-range goals and objectives * Drive high standards of performance through cooperation and teamwork * Mentor and develop future subject matter experts and project technical leads
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