Undergraduate Interns

United States GovernmentWashington, DC

3 months ago


Job Title

Autonomous Systems and Robotics Specialist

Job Location

Washington, DC

Job Overview

  • Conduct research on control systems and employ a wide range of AI techniques.
  • Improve the performance of collection systems and enable better insights from data.
  • Work with world-class experts and collaborate on large teams.


  • Starting salary: $72,030 - $170,800
  • Higher starting salary possible depending on experience level


  • Research and design autonomous robotic capabilities to collect data.
  • Develop AI solutions to boost the performance of mission experts.
  • Work with problem domain experts, data and collection experts, and systems designers.


  • Bachelor's degree in a quantitative science, engineering, or other STEM field.
  • Experience in a STEM-related field.
  • Good fundamental understanding of AI techniques.
  • Initiative, integrity, leadership abilities, and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work in a diverse team environment.
  • U.S. citizenship and background investigation required.

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