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 Post subject: RF Engineer - Mav6, LLC
Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 2:31 pm 
 
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RF Engineer – Technical Analysis Group

Location: Alexandria, VA

Please submit resumes to: recruit@mav6.com


Description:

Mav6 is seeking an RF Engineer to support the Technical Analysis Group (TAG). The TAG uses modeling and simulation tools to conduct analyses of technologies developed to combat improvised explosive devices (IED). The RF Engineer will be a subject matter expert for the TAG in the field of Radio Frequency Engineering and the various communications, jamming, and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems based on RF technology. The position requires knowledge of the analytical tools currently available to model and simulate RF propagation. The RF Engineer is expected to have strong analytical and research abilities and be able to execute project plans that provide solutions to problems assigned to the TAG. The RF Engineer will provide expert advice, assistance, and guidance to the TAG and to clients.

Essential Position Functions:

• Provide engineering and technical expertise on matters pertaining to the capabilities of RF systems

• Use modeling and simulation (M&S) tools to conduct performance, interoperability, and compatibility analyses of military RF systems in operational environments

• Use a variety of programming languages, operating systems, computing platforms, and analytical tools to model and simulate physical phenomena

• Identify technical issues arising from the operation of RF systems in a combat theater of operations

• Generate analysis results and recommendations that inform decision making, test planning, and technology implementation

• Draft reports that communicate complex ideas in terms easily understood by non-technical personnel

• Work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment with minimal supervision

• Travel up to 20%


Qualifications:

• Minimum SECRET security clearance with ability to obtain a TOP SECRET clearance

• Bachelor's degree and at least 5 years of experience in a related field

• Extensive knowledge and experience in the field of RF propagation, effects, systems, and analytical tools

• Experience with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

• Experience with programming languages such as C++, C, Fortran, Matlab, Simulink, etc

Desired Qualifications:

• TS/SCI security clearance

• Master's degree and 10 years experience in related field

• Experience with Department of Defense counter improvised explosive device technologies

• Knowledge of military communications, jamming, and ISR systems

• Experience leading small, highly-specialized teams

Location: Alexandria, VA

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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