The Electronics Engineer will be responsible for development, configuration, and testing of
Electronic Attack (EA) and Electronics Support (ES) systems within the broad discipline of
Electronic Warfare. Engineering functions will include operation of Radio Frequency (RF)
test equipment including end-to-end integrated Test & Evaluation (T&E) engagements
while collecting, reducing, and analyzing RF data/signals. Analyzes EA techniques
and uses knowledge of RF test equipment to diagnose and correct problems. Manages
and/or contributes to all phases of remote field test programs, i.e. test planning,
logistics, equipment setup, data collection, equipment tear-down, data analysis, and
OPEN DATE: 11/21/2017
CLOSE DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be capable of supporting extended test schedules with
recurring travel requirements. Requires working indoors and outdoors as well as in harsh
environments and inclement weather conditions. Requires some lifting and working with
heavy electronic packages, shipping containers, etc.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Applicant must possess a Bachelor’s
Degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering or Physics with 5 years of relevant work
experience in EW technologies. Requires strong troubleshooting and documentation skills.
Must have a valid driver’s license. Applicant selected should possess a Secret Clearance
and maintain clearance as a condition of employment. Must be willing to travel.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working with Navy Electronic Warfare Systems
with strong knowledge of radar, radar antennas, radar warning systems, and radar threat
simulators. Prior field experience at DoD Test Ranges.