Verus Research is searching for a Senior Digital Signal Processing Engineer to perform research and development, conception, and implementation of advanced, real-time embedded signal processing.
The Senior Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Engineer will make significant contributions to a growing portfolio of projects in space communications and electronic warfare. This engineer will design, develop, implement, and optimize DSP algorithms for real-time applications. This engineer will also design and implement multi-channel radio frequency signal processing systems and radar sensor systems, and perform verification testing for software, hardware, and hardware-in-the-loop solutions. This work will require conducting both guided and independent research.
The ideal candidate for the Senior Digital Signal Processing Engineer position will possess strong research and critical thinking skills, demonstrate a deep domain understanding of digital signal processing, and be able to communicate technical concepts clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing. This posting is for work in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Success in this demanding role will stem from:
- U.S. citizenship
- Holding or being able to obtain a Department of Defense security clearance
- An advanced degree in electrical engineering (an emphasis in wireless communications highly desired) or similar discipline
- Knowledge in wireless communication theory, digital and analog signal processing, hardware-in-the-loop algorithm development and testing, and software defined radio architectures
- Demonstrated familiarity with space-time adaptive processing, MIMO, statistical and adaptive signal processing, channel equalization, adaptive filtering, detection, and estimation theory
- Experience implementing digital signal processing solutions on embedded processors and digital hardware
- Demonstrated familiarity with the use of electronic instrumentation test equipment such as vector signal generators/analyzers, network analyzers, spectrum analyzers and arbitrary waveform generators, as utilized in the context of electronic warfare and communications applications