Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance•
Less than 5 years
Posted 173 days ago
Job Number: R0014884
Signal Processing Engineer
Serve as a signal processing engineer on a team conducting research and new concept development to support DoD clients. Perform data analysis, algorithm development, simulation, and system modeling. Work on time and frequency domain analysis, RF signal analysis, image analysis, waveform and filter design, array beamforming, and radar-specific signal processing. Act as a highly-motivated self-starter who requires minimal oversight. Interact directly with clients to identify problems, generate solutions, and communicate results.
-3+ years of experience with implementing solutions to signal processing problems
-Experience with developing and integrating scientific algorithms with MATLAB or Python
-Experience with linear algebra and stochastic processes
-Ability to develop signal processing algorithms and apply statistical methods for data analysis to a wide variety of sources
-Ability to provide detection, classification, and characterization of target signals
-Ability to interact directly with clients to identify problems, analyze data, generate solutions, and communicate results
-Top Secret clearance
-Experience with RF systems and test equipment, including an oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, network analyzer, signal generator, and high-speed ADC
-Experience with radar signal processing and image processing
-Experience implementing machine learning methods
-Experience with Linux systems and commands
-Knowledge of detection and estimation theory
-Knowledge of communications and information theory
-TS/SCI clearance preferred
-MS degree in EE, Computer Engineering, or a related field preferred; PhD degree in EE, Computer Engineering, or a related field a plus
Applicants selected will be subject to a securityinvestigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Top Secret clearance is required.
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