Careers at Bridge12 Technologies

Your Career at Bridge12

Bridge12 is a privately-held startup company focusing on the development of cutting-edge, high-power microwave and terahertz sources and systems for use in scientific research such as magnetic resonance spectroscopy, communication systems and industrial applications. The company has a worldwide customer base and conducts groundbreaking research on applications of microwaves and terahertz in novel fields.

Bridge12 is an equal opportunity employer, and offers a competitive compensation package with excellent benefits and healthcare. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.

The Bridge12 Team

The Bridge 12 Team in 2020: Yes, that's how you do a team photo during a pandemic!

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Software Engineer

We are currently looking to hire a Software Engineer. As a Software Engineer at Bridge12, you will work on multidisciplinary projects for development of software applications and control systems for scientific instruments for such as microwave/terahertz generators. You will work with a team of engineers focused on developing cutting edge technology in a fast-paced and technically challenging environment. Responsibilities will include application-level programming, low-level machine control, user interface design, and system-level integration.

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Scientist – Microwave and Terahertz Systems

Bridge12 is currently looking for hire a Scientist for the development of Microwave and Terahertz Systems. As a scientist at Bridge12, you will work on multidisciplinary projects that involve all aspects of microwave/terahertz source design, development of physical prototypes, and system-level testing. You will also take leadership in conceiving new products based on innovative techniques for generating high THz power in compact systems for scientific and industrial applications and discover new applications for high-power terahertz sources.

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