Employment Opportunities in Integrated Electronic Warfare Simulation

Job openings in Code 5760 vary from time to time. The following descriptions pertain to the general needs of the Sections within in the IEWS Branch. Please contact the Branch to discuss the most current needs.

Senior Electrical Engineer (Code 5762) with at least ten years of experience in RF circuit design, troubleshooting, and experimentation. Work is to be done with GaAsFETs, TWTA, waveguide, RF switches, DRFM technology, EW techniques generation and standard RF test equipment. The candidate will provide support to the Branch’s anti-ship missile seeker testing facility. The candidate must have a minimum of a B.S. in Electrical Engineering; advanced degrees are desirable. The candidate must have or be able to obtain a Secret-level clearance.

Senior Electrical Engineer (Code 5763) to develop systems to be installed in shipboard and airborne environments to facilitate Navy Electronic Warfare countermeasures development and testing. The individual must have extensive experience in digital, analog and radio frequency design and must be willing to travel to support field testing. The candidate must have a minimum of a B.S. in Electrical Engineering; advanced degrees are desirable. The candidate must have or be able to obtain a Secret-level clearance.

Senior Research Scientist (Code 5764) to do research in the areas of radar simulation and radar EW. The position requires an advanced degree in natural science, math, or engineering. Extensive experience in radar technology is required. An aptitude for independent research is highly desirable. The candidate must have strong written and oral communication skills. The candidate must have or be able to obtain a Secret-level clearance.

Senior Hardware/Software engineer (Code 5764) to develop flyable simulators. Electrical Engineering degree plus extensive hardware and software development experience in the fields of real-time control of simulation hardware, digital processor-based radar, scenario environment and missile simulation algorithms and automated analysis and display of laboratory and field data. Experience with Windows PC environments such as Visual Studio, Visual DSP, LabWindows, C++, C, and/or Visual Basic are desirable. The candidate must have or be able to obtain a Secret-level clearance.

Senior Software Engineer (Code 5765) to develop and analyze real time software used in complex radar signal processing hardware. The candidate should have experience writing, troubleshooting and analyzing software used with many different microprocessor families. Emphasis for these work assignments is on analysis more so than design. Disciplines such as Electrical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, etc., will be considered with substantial programming experience. Candidate must have or be able to obtain a Secret-level clearance initially, with an upgrade to Top Secret/SCI.

Senior Hardware Engineer (Code 5765) to develop and analyze hardware used in various radars and radar simulators, and in their associated control panels. The candidate should have experience with FPGAs, analog electronic hardware, test equipment, microprocessor /microcontroller hardware, systems integration, and radar systems. Emphasis for these work assignments is on analysis more so than design. The candidate must have a minimum of a B.S. in Electrical Engineering; advanced degrees are desirable. The candidate must have or be able to obtain a Secret-level clearance, with an upgrade to Top Secret/SCI.

Senior Systems Engineer (Code 5765) to analyze radar and radar simulator equipment. The candidate will gather information from all sources and integrate that information to form a coherent estimate of the performance of the system. Disciplines such as Electrical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, etc., will be considered with substantial experience desirable. The candidate must have strong written and oral communication skills. Emphasis for these work assignments is on analysis more so than design. The candidate must have or be able to obtain a Secret-level clearance, with an upgrade to Top Secret/SCI.

Senior Radar Engineer (Code 5765) to design and analyze radar systems. Experience should include work with missile trackers, coherent radar processors, antennas and system analysis. Emphasis for these work assignments is on analysis more so than design. The candidate must have a minimum of a B.S. in Electrical Engineering or Physics; advanced degrees are desirable. The candidate must have or be able to obtain a Secret-level clearance, with an upgrade to Top Secret/SCI.

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