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Radio Frequency Communications Systems Engineer with Security Clearance

Job Number: R0037628 Radio Frequency Communications Systems Engineer Key Role: Design, develop, modify, and evaluate complicated and difficult hardware devices or systems. Maintain technical responsibility for planning and conducting technical processes or phases of projects and coordinate the efforts of technical support personnel, drafters, technical writers, and electronics technicians, as required. Develop and recommend design approaches for new or improved products and processes. Consolidate the results of hardware design elements for assigned projects. Conduct independent technical investigations involving the origination or modification of material, component, or process specifications and requirements. Evaluate vendor capabilities to provide required products or services and provide work leadership for junior employees. Basic Qualifications: -Experience with radio frequency communications systems, airborne or tactical radio equipment, laboratory test equipment, including spectrum and network analyzers or oscilloscopes, antennas and transmission lines, serial and IP networking, and platform integration -Knowledge of aircraft and ground systems, safety of flight, mission critical networks, and voice and data communications, including VHF or UHF LOS, UHF SATCOM, Link 16, and ANW2 -Ability to work on integrated project teams, interface with clients, vendors, and other contractors, perform independently, and complete tasks, as assigned -Ability to obtain a security clearance -BA or BS degree Additional Qualifications -Active Secret clearance preferred -MS degree in Engineering preferred Clearance: Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. We're an EOE that empowers our people--no matter their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or veteran status--to fearlessly drive change. NMC ?
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