Mechanical Engineer And UI/UX For Computer-Aided Engineering Software
EMA has openings for a position that combines Mechanical Engineering and UI/UX design for computer-aided engineering software.
The position is an opportunity to work in our senior consultants directly for aerospace and automotive firms to prepare geometry to solve challenging electromagnetic system interaction problems.
Further, the successful candidate will support our software development team to develop user interfaces for our successful computer-aided engineering software.
We are looking for recent graduates of BS/MS programs and early career professionals.
Successful candidates should have a degree in mechanical engineering or computer science. Coursework should include experience using CAD programs such as SolidWork, CATIA, CREO or NX as well as courses in programming and user interface design.
EMA Associate Consultants
The associate position is an opportunity to work in our consulting engagements directly with aerospace primes all over the world to solve challenging electromagnetic system interaction problems. This is a unique opportunity to gain experience and industry connections.
We are looking for recent graduates of BS/MS/PhD programs and early career professionals.
EMA consultants work in numerical, experimental and programmatic aspects of electromagnetic effects. Successful candidates should have a degree in physics or electrical engineering. Coursework should include study in electromagnetics and differential equations.
Experienced professionals should have worked in EMC, RF propagation, lightning-hardening or related disciplines. FAA DER and related airworthiness experienced is desired.
EMA has an opening for experienced EM effects and CEM senior scientists.
EMA supports its team of senior scientists to enable them to develop into internationally-recognized experts in areas of EM effects and CEM. EMA senior scientists develop new software tools to solve problems of import to aerospace and defense customers. They apply new and state-of-the-art CEM tools to advance the design and certification of critical systems. They interact with customers and provide solutions and advice.
We are looking for individuals with five years of industry experience in aerospace/defense, an advanced degree (PhD preferred) in electrical engineering or physics, and a drive to rise to the top of the field and develop a public reputation for excellence.
Our team of electromagnetic effects scientists integrate proven, state-of-the-art analysis and simulation tools into extensible frameworks to properly model EM field interactions with complex air, space, and ground systems.
We provide commercial EM simulation software and consulting/services support to multiple major DoD and NASA prime contractors as well as Fortune 500 Aerospace companies.
EMA was incorporated in 1977. Corporate headquarters are located in Lakewood, CO, a suburb of Denver.
Position Benefits: Private offices, flexible hours, good work/life balance, extensive training, build reputation in EM community around the world