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Radio Frequency (RF) / Radar / Electronic Warfare Engineer - ASL 1314

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Huntsville, AL
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Title: Radio Frequency (RF) / Radar / Electronic Warfare Engineer - ASL 1314
JobID: 1314
Location: Huntsville, AL
Description: Title: Radio Frequency (RF) / Radar / Electronic Warfare Engineer

Areas of Expertise:        Aircraft; Radar; Other

Functional Roles:          RF/RWR Analysis, Systems Engineering; Modeling/Simulation; Researcher; Testing; Other;

Degree:                         Master's; PhD

Field of Study:               Electrical Engineering; Other relevant science or engineering

Level of Experience:     Mid Level; Senior               

Job Type:                      Full Time

Travel Required:          Up to 40%

Primary Location:        Huntsville, AL    

Job Description:  Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking a qualified individual to provide engineering expertise to a DoD customer in Huntsville, AL on programs related to the acquisition, development, testing and transition to sustainment of radar warning receivers (RWRs) and radio frequency countermeasure (RFCM) systems.

Required Education: 

•              Master's or PhD degree in Engineering with 15 or more years of relevant experience

Required Experience: 5-10 years of experience related to defense systems

Required Skills:

•              Strong familiarity with RF, radar and/or electronic warfare and their operational impacts on US weapon systems

•              Project/task management, writing & presentation skills, documentation, report and proposal

•              Demonstrated critical analysis of defense systems

•              Strong communications and interpersonal skills and ability to interface effectively with engineers, managers, and civilian and military customers in a diverse team environment

o              Ability to work well individually or in a group setting

o              Ability to effectively present technical information and communicate technical ideas to a non-technical audience

Desired Skills:

•              Experience participating in one or more radar or EW flight test programs for the US Department of Defense;

•              Experience interfacing with US military test and training ranges and an understanding of their strengths and limitations

•              Strong familiarity and 8+ years of experience with radar systems

•              Demonstrated ability to perform training and instruction on topics such as radar, electronic warfare, and relevant tactics.

•              Familiarity with the DoD acquisition process

•              Experience with basic test equipment, such as oscilloscopes and multi-meters, and RF test equipment, such as spectrum analyzers and network analyzers

Other: Candidates must be US citizens able to obtain a Department of Defense security clearance.  Current active Top Secret and SCI clearances are desired but not a requirement.  Selection process will include passing a pre-employment background screening.


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