Career Opportunities

Computational Developer

The Computational Developer position is an opportunity to work with EMA’s software development focusing on GPU and other acceleration techniques across our portfolio of codes.

The ideal candidate should have a background in physics, applied physics, engineering or computer science and experience using compiled languages for computational/numerical applications. An ability and desire to learn and regularly use FORTRAN is essential for this position. Experience or knowledge in GPU acceleration techniques for numerical analysis and researching, developing, implementing and validation of numerical simulation methods is required.

The candidate should have a passion for numerical software development and be able to work independently with minimal oversight.

Please apply on Indeed here

Staff Scientist

The staff scientist 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 MS/PhD programs and early career professionals.

EMA Staff Scientists work in numerical, experimental and programmatic aspects of electromagnetic effects. Successful candidates should have a degree in physics. 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.

Please apply on Indeed here.

Scientist

The Scientist 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 Scientists 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.

Please apply on Indeed here.

Company Information:

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.

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