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 Post subject: Electrical Engineer (SWARM Project) - Mav6, LLC
Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:26 pm 
 
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Electrical Engineer (SWARM Project)

Location: Alexandria, VA

Please submit resumes to: recruit@mav6.com

Job Description:

Mav6 is seeking an entry to mid-level engineer to support two programs: a program to model and simulate devices relevant to the fight against the radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and a program to design an RFID-based system to track unexploded munitions (UXO). A successful candidate will bring intellectual versatility and eagerness to expand his/her current knowledge in electrical engineering. Ideally, the candidate possesses knowledge in electronic warfare and communication systems at either hardware or software level. The electrical engineer will work within multiple teams alongside more senior engineers assisting in the development of geolocation algorithms, RFID electronics, hardware test plans, and device models. The position also will allow for exposure to a wide range of opportunities as a part of a dynamic, small business experiencing tremendous growth.

Essential Position Functions:

• Develop, maintain, and validate device models in MATLAB/Simulink

• Work with subcontractors to ensure system level performance, environmental, and mechanical requirements are met in the RFID tag design

• Provide application engineering support to the customer and collect feedback

• Support the lead engineers in development, validation, test, and integration of geolocation algorithms, embedded system software, RF and embedded hardware, and system models

• Develop and conduct tests of RFID hardware and associated subsystems

• Support other programs as needed to perform electrical and software engineering duties

Minimum Qualifications:

• Holding or expecting to receive Bachelor of Science degree in electrical or computer engineering by May 2011

• Ability to obtain and maintain SECRET security clearance

• Experience with MATLAB/Simulink

• Experience (including coursework/lab) with analog and digital circuit design

• Experience with programming (i.e. C/C++, VHDL/Verilog, and/or Java)

• Ability to work independently and as a member of the engineering team

• Proven ability to learn fast and willingness to learn on the job

• Understanding of current technology trends through independent research


Preferred Qualifications:

• 1-3 years of relevant experience

• Active SECRET clearance

• Digital signal processing experience with MATLAB

• Experience with designing and modeling electrical circuits at the component level

• Professional experience in application programming in Java/C++

• Experience in programming for embedded systems


Location: Alexandria, VA (limited local travel to Herndon, VA possible)

Compensation & Benefits:

• Compensation based on experience and qualifications

• Comprehensive medical and dental benefits with company stipend

• Company paid vision insurance

• 401(k) plan with Company match, annual profit share, and immediate vesting

• Health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts

• Paid time off and TEN paid federal holidays

• Company paid life, disability, and AD&D insurance


Posted  11/12/2012

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