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 Post subject: Senior Systems Engineer (SWARM project) - Mav6, LLC
Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:07 pm 

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Senior Systems Engineer (SWARM Project)

Location: Alexandria, VA

Please submit resumes to: recruit@mav6.com

Job Description:

Mav6 is seeking a senior systems engineer to support a program to model and simulate devices relevant to the fight against radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs). The hired candidate will report directly to the program manager. A successful candidate will have a strong background in signal processing, specifically pertaining to electronic warfare and communication systems and possess the ability to understand the principles, processes and areas of need in the counter-IED (CIED) environment. The senior systems engineer will work as a part of the multidisciplinary design team to develop the application, define and track requirements, model systems and components, construct and conduct system tests and assist the program manager in technical leadership. The position also will allow for exposure to a wide range of opportunities as a part of a dynamic, small business experiencing tremendous growth. This will include proposal development, customer interactions, and strategic planning.

Essential Position Functions:

• Work directly with the program manager to design the overall product architecture, implementation strategy, and testing methodology

• Develop key system requirements and be responsible for tracking tasks associated with them to ensure timely delivery and customer satisfaction

• Develop and maintain system and component models (countermeasures/jammers, communication systems, and RCIED threats)

• Work with the software development team to ensure consistency in user interface design and proper flow of data entry

• Serve as the program subject matter expert in MATLAB

• Make product deliveries and demonstrate new capabilities to the customer

• Identify technology gaps in the state of the art of CIED modeling and simulation

• Guide and mentor junior engineers

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor of Science degree in electrical or computer engineering

• 5 years of relevant experience

• Current SECRET security clearance

• Extensive experience in signal processing and communication systems modeling in MATLAB/Simulink

• Extensive experience in developing, recording, and tracking requirements

• Experience in developing and evaluating RF system performance parameters

• Experience in design, testing, and/or modeling radio frequency devices and associated components

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

• Proven ability to succeed in a fast paced, dynamic environment

• Willing to travel up to 25% (CONUS)

Preferred Qualifications:

• Master of Science degree in electrical or computer engineering

• 7 years of relevant experience

• Experience with software application development and maintenance

• Experience with modeling electrical circuits at the component level

• Ability to program in Java and/or C/C++

• Experience in programming for embedded systems

• Current TS/SCI security clearance

• Familiarity with counter RCIED electronic warfare (CREW) 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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