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 Post subject: RF Communications Engineer
Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2012 5:40 pm 

Joined: Thu Jun 07, 2012 2:32 pm
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Individual will provide engineering support for the development of the Joint Electronic Warfare Effects Lab (JEWEL). Incumbent’s primary program will be JEWEL. Requires Electrical Engineer degree with related experience in the test, development and/or design of analog or digital hardware, software validation, and system test. Familiarity with some or all the following will be a big plus: RF systems, high power RF and microwave amplifiers, antenna, transmitter, electronic attack technology, and fundamental radar and communication systems as well as co-site interference knowledge and experience.

Ability to obtain/maintain U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) security clearance.
Education Requirements:
BS or higher degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering
Company Name:
Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Weapons Division
Position Location: Point Mugu, CA
Company Information:
Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) serves the nation and the Navy by developing, acquiring, and supporting aeronautical systems that can be operated and maintained at sea. Products and services include avionics, air- and surface-launched weapons, electronic warfare systems, cruise missiles, unmanned aerial vehicles, fixed and rotary wing aircraft, launch and arresting gear, and training systems. NAVAIR provides total life-cycle support of our products from research, design, development, and engineering; acquisition; test and evaluation; repair and modification; and in-service engineering and logistics support.

The mission of NAVAIR's Weapons Division is to provide our Armed Forces with effective and affordable integrated warfare systems and life-cycle support to ensure battlespace dominance. To fulfill
* Perform research, development, test, and evaluation, logistics, and in-service support for guided missiles, free-fall weapons, targets, support equipment, crew systems, and electronic warfare.
* Integrate weapons and avionics on tactical aircraft.
* Operate the Navy's western land and sea range test and evaluation complex.
* Develop and apply new technology.
Excellent benefits
Flexible work week (every other Friday off)

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Posted  11/12/2012
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