Develop new ultra-broadband antenna hardware to operate in a larger system with HTL transceivers. Ensure full lifecycle project completion from inception, design, verification, validation, transition to production, and product line maintenance.
Our Antenna Engineering team is responsible for designing antennas from HF through millimeter wave. As an Antenna Systems Design Engineer, you will be responsible for developing and maintaining both receive and transmit antenna systems to operate in conjunction with HTL’s transceiver systems. Primarily, you will be responsible for working with customers and HTL’s internal team to develop CONOPs and system requirements for new antenna systems as well as design completion. Your focus of design efforts will be detailed design of ultra-broadband antenna apertures and microwave distribution modules. You will also be working with a diverse team of DSP/algorithm, RF, digital, mechanical, and software engineers to realize the designs. Once the design is complete there will also be the need to transition the responsibility of production to the HTL Manufacturing team.
To fuel our continued growth, Herrick Technology Laboratories, Inc. (HTL), employee owned, small business (150+ employees) environment is seeking committed and talented professionals with varying skill sets and levels of experience. HTL offers a challenging, simulating and rewarding work environment in the following disciplines: Wireless Communications, SIGINT, EW, Electronic Intelligence, ELINT and Radar. Specific positions include System Engineering, Digital Signal Processing, Mechanical Engineering, Digital Engineering, RF Engineering, Software Engineering, Program Management, Quality Assurance, Field Operations, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Logistics, and Business Administration. Openings are available at all levels of experience. Entry level candidates are encourage to apply. Advanced degrees (MS, PhD) preferred. Positions are open in both our Germantown, Maryland and Manchester, New Hampshire facilities.
Candidates should be able to obtain United States Government security clearance.