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Senior Electronic Spectrum Operations Analyst

Alexandria, Virginia
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Clearance Required: Active TS/SCI security clearance is required to be considered for this position.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferably in engineering or a technical field.
    • Master’s Degree preferred.
Required Experience: 
  • 10+ combined years of experience in government Operations Research, military operations, and/or DoD Acquisition Organizations
  • 5+ years of conducting and overseeing mission analysis studies for the government or a government contractor
  • Familiarization with industry-standard DoD mission analysis models and tools
Desired Qualifications:
  • Experience in interacting with the Joint Staff or the Office of the Secretary of Defense organizations.
  • Operational or analytical experience with Electronic Warfare systems.
  • Familiarization with current and future electronic warfare integrated reprogramming processes.
Position Description:  Tekla is seeking a Sr. Electronic Spectrum Operations Analyst to join our growing team in Alexandria, VA.  The focus of this team is to analyze high energy lasers for cruise missile defense, perform hypersonic campaign analyses, evaluate electronics spectrum maneuverability, and identify future Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) technologies.
  • Coordinate with UOSD Research and Engineering staff as an Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO) Subject Matter Expert.
  • Construct, manage, and conduct discrete mission engineering and analysis study tasks to evaluate the efficacy of legacy EMSO architectures and new technologies and capabilities applied in new mission concepts of employment to meet evolving joint mission objectives
  • Provide engineering/analytical support to produce objective insights and analytic justification to inform future technology and capability investment decisions within the Planning, Programming, and Budgeting Execution (PPBE) process.
  • Design and oversee studies to assess how Mission Data Integration (MDI) can integrate into future EMSO architectures.
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