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 Post subject: Hiring Senior RF System Engineer
Posted: Mon Oct 03, 2011 3:06 pm 
 
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Senior RF System Engineer/Technical Expert

Job Description:

GPS Source is looking for a Senior RF System Engineer to provide engineering leadership within a growing company. As part of a core team of talented engineers, you will help GPS Source grow even more with designing and developing new products and improving existing products for the RF/GPS market.

• Define RF System Architecture, conceptual and detailed design, as well as implement system level RF solutions for Digital Communications and GPS products.

• Lead RF System integration for Digital Communications and GPS products, and supportability and effectiveness analysis for total RF systems.

• Analysis performed at all levels of the total system product including concept, design, fabrication, and test.

• Ensures total system solutions meet customer and product requirements.

• Research and technical leader to a R&D team with direct responsibility for identifying new products and technologies consistent with the corporation's strategic initiatives.

• Recognized as the authority and expert for RF system integration across multiple disciplines.

• Perform transceiver analysis, RF system architecture design and algorithm development.

Minimum Requirements:

• Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent with 10+ years experience

• 8+ years of RF system integration and board level RF design experience

• Familiarity with PCB design and simulation software

• Desire to be the RF and radio systems expert in the company

• Position requires some travel.

• US citizenship or permanent residence status is required with the ability to obtain or maintain a current Secret security clearance.

• MATLAB

• Ability and desire to provide technical direction to a design team

• Perform transceiver analysis, RF system architecture design and algorithm development.

Preferred Skills & Abilities:

• Demonstrated expertise in Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)

• Research expertise in one or more of the following areas is desirable:

• CDMA signal processing and speed enhancements,

• GNSS software receiver design and implementation,

• Satellite, flight, and ground based augmentation systems including, tight and ultra-tight GNSS-INS integration, indoor use of GNSS, and advanced estimation and optimization methods as applied to positioning and navigation.


GPS Source is a leader in the design and production of GPS Signal Distribution Products. Come work for a growing company in beautiful southern Colorado. Be incredibly close to snow skiing, water skiing, fishing, rafting and great hiking trails. Experience a relaxed work environment with a strong emphasis on life/work balance.

GPS Source offers a competitive salary, excellent compensation and great benefits! Relocation assistance will be available for the right candidate.

Contact:

Douglas Hinkley, MBA, PMP

Director of Program Management and R&D

Director of Operations & Quality (Acting)

Email: dhinkley (at) gpssource.com

Cell: 719-947-2787

Office: 719-561-9520

Fax: 719-565-0890


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