Electronic Warfare (EW) Mission Data Engineer Analyst will support the 53d Electronic Warfare Group (EWG) at the Eglin AFB, Florida.
Essential Job Functions:
The Electronic Warfare Mission Data (MD) Engineer Analyst will apply a variety of analytical techniques to formulate and solve problems and plan for future technologies.
Support EW system improvements and the development of Mission Data for the Combat Air Forces Electronic Warfare and defensive systems of aircraft, including radar warning receivers, ECM jammers, and ECM dispenser systems.
Develop and update threat databases using EWIR tools.
Design and use computer-based tools to flag and extract threat system parametrics for analysis.
Generate optimized EW Mission Data (MD) software files.
Perform rapid reprogramming of fielded MD in response to adversary threat changes.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
A Bachelor's degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering is required.
Must be able to obtain a Secret security clearance within 6-9 months of hire.
Strong writing and communication skills with working knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
Electronic Warfare Systems experience.
Electronic Warfare Mission Data software production/modification.
Experience in Airborne Electronic Combat, using Electronic Intelligence (ELINT), developing operationally suitable mission data to support electronic combat systems.
Skilled in the application of engineering expertise specific to electronic warfare systems theory and equipment operation specific to radar, radar warning receivers, missile warning systems, active countermeasures, RF and IR expendable systems, fundamentals of aircraft avionics, and systems integration to assist teams in designing and conducting comprehensive studies, and developing solutions to problems.
Skills and attributes associated with this position include: EW and the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum, computer software, threat warning, radio frequency (RF) jammers, electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) jammers, expendables, threat analysis, foreign/US radar/weapon systems, airborne EW computer software, avionics, systems integration, electronic engineering concepts, principles and practices applicable to a broad range of engineering assignments.