Senior Radome RF Design Engineer

Job Locations US-VA-Marion
ID
2020-10902
Category
Engineering/IT/Design

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Senior Radome RF Design Engineer

Job ID # 2020-10902

Direct Hire Opportunity

Location: Marion, VA

Industry: Defense        

Clearance Requirement: Secret

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree

Minimum Experience: 8 years

 

What You’ll Do:  

  • Perform design and development in such areas as electrical, electromagnetic, electromechanical and software for production, transmission, measurement, and use of systems, instruments and controls.
  • Lead the development of strategic tasks or small projects by applying engineering and organizational knowledge and expertise to achieve technical goals.
  • Understand and interpret the technical, organizational and process aspects of the tasks assigned and can relate them to the technical needs of the overall project or organization.
  • Plan and execute small projects or task elements within larger projects, organizations, or for groups of projects.
  • Responsible for the completion of assigned engineering tasks or small projects within budgetary and scheduling guidelines.
  • Actively uncover technical and organizational risks and ensures they are included in risk mitigation plans.
  • Participate in development of program strategies and teaming strategies as they relate to the assigned task.
  • Participate in the proposal process.
  • Participate in feasibility studies and testing on new and modified designs.
  • Carry out other tasks, not listed, assigned by supervisor.
  • Assist with legacy radome system production and testing.
  • Assist with proposal development, specification negotiation, radome design and radome performance analysis for new projects in areas of RF performance, lightning protection and low observables.
  • Provide expertise in addressing production problems and repairs.
  • Develop test plans, procedures and data processing tools for radome testing.
  • Technical writing for formal engineering reports including qualification and acceptance reports.
  • Develop and present radome design, performance and test data for customer reviews.
  • Participate in radome qualification testing.

 

What You’ll Need:

  • Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance is preferred at time of hire.
  • Travel will be required.
  • A strong background in mathematics and statistics
  • Experience and coursework that support a fundamental understanding of electromagnetics
  • Strong foundation and experience in programming using one or more of the following: FORTRAN, LabView, C++ or Python
  • The ability to carry out analysis of systems, particularly radar and communication systems
  • Preferred:
    • Experience with modeling and predicting performance of RF windows
    • Experience with programming of motion control systems and / or microwave test equipment
    • Experience with development and executing electromagnetic solvers
    • An understanding of statistical methods in process control
    • Experience acting as Principal Investigator for Independent Research and Development (IRAD) projects
    • Ability to fulfill the technical lead position of customer-funded radome programs

*U.S. Citizenship is required by law, regulation, executive order, or government contract.

 

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, a related specialized area or field is required (or equivalent experience) combined with a minimum of 8 years of relevant experience; or Master's Degree with a minimum of 6 years of relevant experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from an ABET accredited program with emphasis on electromagnetics.
  • Master's Degree is preferred.
  • Design or test experience with antennas and/or radomes

 

 

Moseley Technical Services, Inc. is an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled Employer.

 

 

 

Still have questions? Reach out to

Jarrett 256-880-0446 Ext. 316 (Jarrett.Lee@moseleytechnical.com)

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