Modeling and Simulation Analyst

Location: Albuquerque, NM

Department: 2017

Type: Part Time to Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Stellar Science is a growing Albuquerque-based scientific software development company seeking talented scientists who are interested in helping create, extend, and apply exciting scientific and engineering analysis applications. This is a new position at Stellar Science and we are looking for individuals interested in helping define this role and mature our applications. Specifically, applicants must be motivated, excited to learn new tools, and willing to dive in and help wherever they are needed.

We develop custom software products in domains that include computer vision and image processing, image simulation, high power microwave systems modeling and simulation, laser source generation and effects modeling, computational electromagnetics (CEM), space situational awareness (SSA), high performance computing (HPC), and computer aided design (CAD) tools, among others.

A Stellar Science Modeling and Simulation Analyst will be involved in all aspects of the application software life cycle, from marketing & business development to design, testing, documentation, and customer interaction along the way. They will work with management and the development teams to leverage and improve our applications to make our customers happy. We are looking for someone eager to learn and explore new domains, and possessing great verbal and written communication abilities as well as stellar presentation skills.

Applicants may range from recent college graduates to experienced engineers; the main requirements are that candidates be top-notch, responsible, self-motivated, honest, able to work well independently or in small teams, and be able to rapidly learn new tools, and techniques as needed to meet mission requirements.

Minimum Requirements:

  • B.S. in physics, math, engineering, or a related field
  • Confident, articulate, and professional speaking abilities
  • Exceptional computer skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with software testing
  • Scientific analysis experience in one or more of the following domains:
    • Space Situational Awareness (SSA)
    • Image Simulation and Analysis
    • Antenna Modeling and Computational Electromagnetics (CEM)
    • 3D CAD Modeling
    • Mesh Generation or Image-based Meshing
    • Directed Energy
    • Lasers
    • High Power Microwave (HPM)
    • High Performance Computing (HPC)
    • Modeling & Simulation
  • U.S. citizen willing to undergo background investigation and perform some work at Kirtland Air Force Base

Desired:

  • M.S. or Ph.D. in a scientific or engineering field with substantial scientific analysis experience
  • Experience in several of the domains listed above

Stellar Science is a forward-thinking business that allows its employees to work at home on occasion when consistent with job requirements. Standard benefits include ten paid federal holidays (which may be floated as desired), three weeks vacation, a generous fully employer-funded SEP IRA, and fully employer-funded health insurance, as well as dental, disability, and life insurance.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, in accordance with CFR 60-1.

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