The Savannah River National Laboratory’s Nuclear Nonproliferation Division is looking for master- or bachelor-level electrical or computer engineers with some background in embedded systems. Link to the job posting

The individual will support design and development of portable control and instrumentation systems for niche applications.  The individual will be responsible for all phases of product life cycle from initial design, development, production oversight, and ongoing support through the product’s retirement.  The individual will also interface closely with research scientists to transition laboratory scale, proof-of-concept prototypes to fieldable equipment. The design work for our projects will encompass board-level design and commercial component integration through system interconnect documentation.  The software development tasking will include both embedded control and instrumentation as well as Windows-based user interface applications.  The individual should be a creative thinker with ability to offer unique solutions to  complex problems.   

I have two experts on staff in the above that will mentor any new team member through our processes and applications.

Please forward this to applicable students.  Candidates that graduate by 01-JUN-2023 will be considered. The job posting currently closes on 31-OCT-2022.

My team is willing to come to USC to meet students, to answer questions, and to give a short presentation about our group and the types of work we perform.  Please let me know if you would desire this interaction and could accommodate.

Patterson Nuessle

Group Leader, Nuclear Effluent Analysis

Savanah River National Laboratory