Electronic Warfare Test Engineer (Aircraft Survivability Equipment)
Applies engineering principles to research, analyze, plan, design, develop, implement, test, or evaluate systems. Reviews and prepares engineering and technical analyses, reports, change proposals, and other technical documentation. This position applies engineering experience to perform functions such as system integration, design, configuration management, quality assurance testing, or acquisition and resource management.
A bachelor's or postgraduate degree in an engineering or physics discipline from a school where the specified curriculum was accredited by the ABET. Degrees in Electrical Engineering or Physics are highly regarded for this position.
Desire five years of professional engineering experience that has consisted of performing the above engineering functions.
Desire three years’ experience performing engineering functions with respect to support, research or development of mechanical, electrical, or aerospace systems.
Project experience and education pertaining to radar and antennae is highly regarded.
Experience with aircraft survivability equipment and defensive electronic countermeasure systems is strongly preferred (radar warning receivers, antennae).
Experience in developmental or operational test and evaluation planning, execution and reporting is highly regarded.
Experience as a Marine Aviation with Assault Support aircraft (MV-22, CH-53, UH-1, AH-1, KC-130) and as a Weapons and Tactics Instructor is highly regarded.