Radar Analyst - Missile Systems - Variety of Positions

Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
Requisition ID
2024-147235
Position Category
Data Analytics / Intelligence
Clearance
Top Secret/SCI w/Poly
Sector
Space & Intelligence

Responsibilities

Virtual Hiring Event - Multiple Positions in Huntsville, AL

 

One of our contracts located in Huntsville, AL is looking for several Radar Engineers with the following specialized experience:

 

  • RF Aperture: Expertise in dish and phased array antennas (both active and passive) and experience working with RF aperture subsystems to include dish, planar and phased array (passive and active) antennas, transmit/receive modules (T/R), digital beam forming techniques, thermal analysis, gimbal units, time-delay units, ferrite phase shifters, and uniform and non-uniform subarrays.
  • Receiver/Signal Processor: Expertise in radar receiver and signal processors and experience with modern signal processing designs and methods, match filtering, clutter mitigation practices, constant false alarm (CFAR) techniques, and sidelobe blanking.
  • Transmitter: Expertise in radar RF signal generation and high-power amplifiers and experience with modern RF signal generation designs and methods, phase noise stability, multi-beam klystrons, thermal cooling methods, and modulator designs.
  • Radar Main Computer: Expertise in key radar functions to include target search, acquisition, track, track filters, turret control, waveform scheduling and prioritization, and shall have at least 5 years of experience working with these types of radar functions.
  • Displays and Controls: Expertise in radar operations and familiarity with SAMs.
  • Radar Operations and Performance: Expertise in key radar operations, radar target detection and track theory and performance, radar waveform scheduling and shall have at least 10-15 years of experience working with these types of radar issues.
  • Electronic Protection (EP): Expertise in radar electronic protection features to include, but not limited to, track-on-jam, counter deceptive techniques, clear channel search, sidelobe cancellation/blanking, counter towed-decoy features, DRFM jamming identification and mitigation techniques, and counter noise techniques.
  • Signatures: Expertise in RF signatures as it relates to RF signatures of ground-based radars. Experience in CAD modeling techniques utilizing FME scanning and analysis techniques, and incorporating all-source intelligence related to denied access target CAD modeling, and predictive signatures.
  • Research and Technology: Expertise on foreign weapon research using all-source intelligence data. Analyst shall have intimate knowledge of the foreign design institutes responsible for developing the weapon system in question. Expertise in key radar technologies to include, but not limited to, digital beam forming, analog-to-digital converters, T/R module materials, computing capability, and innovative signal processing techniques.
  • Data Analysis: Experience conducting technical radar ELINT analysis to include the following radar functions: target search, acquisition, high-priority track, low-priority track, missile guidance, missile track, discrimination, waveform scheduling, antenna pattern analysis (power, pattern, polarization), seeker signals analysis, and jamming mitigation.
  • Modeling and Simulation: Experience with digital modeling of foreign SAM systems and have intimate knowledge of STIMS 2.0 and 3.0 model architectures.
  • EWIRDB Specialist: Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming Database (EWIRDB) specialist producing EWIRDB radar and antenna files using the SERF Manager/STRICK FORCE toolset and experience in code development using Python.
  • System Integrator: integrator shall have at least 10-15 years of experience with foreign weapon system analysis and have participated in at least one previous ITEAMS effort. System integrator shall have expertise radar operations and an excellent understanding of radar theory.

Qualifications

TS/SCI w/Poly Required

 

3 years of experience in 1 or more of the following areas:

 

RF Aperture: Expertise in dish and phased array antennas (both active and passive) and experience working with RF aperture subsystems to include dish, planar and phased array (passive and active) antennas, transmit/receive modules (T/R), digital beam forming techniques, thermal analysis, gimbal units, time-delay units, ferrite phase shifters, and uniform and non-uniform subarrays.

  • Receiver/Signal Processor: Expertise in radar receiver and signal processors and experience with modern signal processing designs and methods, match filtering, clutter mitigation practices, constant false alarm (CFAR) techniques, and sidelobe blanking.
  • Transmitter: Expertise in radar RF signal generation and high-power amplifiers and experience with modern RF signal generation designs and methods, phase noise stability, multi-beam klystrons, thermal cooling methods, and modulator designs.
  • Radar Main Computer: Expertise in key radar functions to include target search, acquisition, track, track filters, turret control, waveform scheduling and prioritization, and shall have at least 5 years of experience working with these types of radar functions.
  • Displays and Controls: Expertise in radar operations and familiarity with SAMs.
  • Radar Operations and Performance: Expertise in key radar operations, radar target detection and track theory and performance, radar waveform scheduling and shall have at least 10-15 years of experience working with these types of radar issues.
  • Electronic Protection (EP): Expertise in radar electronic protection features to include, but not limited to, track-on-jam, counter deceptive techniques, clear channel search, sidelobe cancellation/blanking, counter towed-decoy features, DRFM jamming identification and mitigation techniques, and counter noise techniques.
  • Signatures: Expertise in RF signatures as it relates to RF signatures of ground-based radars. Experience in CAD modeling techniques utilizing FME scanning and analysis techniques, and incorporating all-source intelligence related to denied access target CAD modeling, and predictive signatures.
  • Research and Technology: Expertise on foreign weapon research using all-source intelligence data. Analyst shall have intimate knowledge of the foreign design institutes responsible for developing the weapon system in question. Expertise in key radar technologies to include, but not limited to, digital beam forming, analog-to-digital converters, T/R module materials, computing capability, and innovative signal processing techniques.
  • Data Analysis: Experience conducting technical radar ELINT analysis to include the following radar functions: target search, acquisition, high-priority track, low-priority track, missile guidance, missile track, discrimination, waveform scheduling, antenna pattern analysis (power, pattern, polarization), seeker signals analysis, and jamming mitigation.
  • Modeling and Simulation: Experience with digital modeling of foreign SAM systems and have intimate knowledge of STIMS 2.0 and 3.0 model architectures.
  • EWIRDB Specialist: Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming Database (EWIRDB) specialist producing EWIRDB radar and antenna files using the SERF Manager/STRICK FORCE toolset and experience in code development using Python.
  • System Integrator: integrator shall have at least 10-15 years of experience with foreign weapon system analysis and have participated in at least one previous ITEAMS effort. System integrator shall have expertise radar operations and an excellent understanding of radar theory.

 

 

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Target Salary Range

$86,000 - $138,000. This represents the typical salary range for this position based on experience and other factors.

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