Radiant Solutions (formerly MDA Information Systems, LLC) is looking for a Radar Engineer for our Ann Arbor, MI area location.
This position is within the SigMA Group at Radiant Solutions. The SigMA Group develops innovative solutions for electromagnetic (EM) and radar cross section (RCS) signature diagnostic applications. We are a diverse and multi-disciplinary group working to strengthen our national defense in a flexible work environment that fosters innovation and collaboration. As a Radar engineer, you will be working on a variety of projects with multiple customers to tackle real-world challenges. Our engineers enjoy a flexible work environment, where contributions are recognized and rewarded.
Join our company whose purpose is to help national security and commercial organizations understand and navigate our changing planet. Radiant Solutions provides multi-source data collection, enrichment, and analytic capabilities that reveal unique geospatial information and insights where and when it matters most.
We are a new organization but no company has such strong roots in geospatial with our level of scale and a strong commercial mindset. Our heritage companies, MDA Information Systems, RadiantBlue, DigitalGlobe Intelligence Solutions, HumanGeo and RAI are well known for delivering innovative capabilities across the entire geospatial intelligence value chain. Our combined team of over 1,000 aerospace engineers, geospatial analysts, weather and ocean experts, software developers, data scientists, and DevOps engineers apply disruptive technology and our unique intellectual property to both national security and commercial problems.
We offer an excellent comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, life, and short/long-term disability insurance, vacation and sick leave, 401(k) retirement plan, flexible spending account and tuition assistance. Radiant Solutions values diversity in the work place and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
To be qualified, you must be a US Citizen
BS in Electrical Engineering or Physics with concentration in EM or digital signal processing