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mcdanielam
 Post subject: SAIC needs RF Engineers in Bloomfield, IN
Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 6:01 pm 
 
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Location: Bloomfield, IN
I am a corporate recruiter for Science Applications International Corporation (www.saic.com) and I am searching for entry level, mid level and senior RF Engineers for our Bloomfield, Indiana office. Please review the job description below and let me know if you are interested. SAIC offers competitive salaries, full benefits, relocation funds, paid vacations, eLearning courses and training along with opportunities for career growth. Please visit the link below for further descriptions of what SAIC has to offer!

http://www.saic.com/career/

The SAIC Systems Engineering and Integration Division currently has openings for RF Engineers.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Select candidate will provide technical engineering support to government customer in support of large EW (Electronic Warfare) program. They will operate in a testing environment setting-up lab experiments on operational prototypes. Responsible for development, modification and evaluation of electronic parts, components or integrated circuitry for RF hardware systems and other systems. Conducts experimental tests on equipment and evaluates results. Works on problems of diverse scope. May determine methods and procedures to be used on new assignments and may supervise or provide guidance to other personnel. Recommends changes to unit or sub-unit policies. Contributes to the development of the organization's goals and objectives. Frequently interacts with outside customers and functional peer groups.

REQUIRED EDUCATION/SKILLS:

Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering preferred. Must have strong RF background. Candidate must have excellent communication skills (written and oral) and experience. Candidate must able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance.

DESIRE SKILLS:

EW background, Multi-spectral background a plus, experience supporting military RF systems highly desired.

mcdanielam@saic.com

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Amanda McDaniel
mcdanielam@saic.com





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