Electrical Engineer

Employer
BRETT LLC
Location
Aberdeen, MD
Posted
Jun 24, 2019
Closes
Jun 26, 2019
Ref
170638690
Industry
Engineering
Hours
Full Time
BRETT LLC is seeking a Sr. Electrical Engineer to provide engineering support to the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. Support technical intelligence (TECHINT), media exploitation (MEDEX), cell phone exploitation (CELLEX), electronic exploitation (ELEX), and other unique exploitation missions. Conduct electronic analyses of target devices, including functional analyses of the target devices, understand and describe how the target functions from an electronic perspective ? basic signaling characteristics; voltage levels; electrical connections; electrical modifications to commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware; logic states; operating frequencies; component configuration identification; operating profiles/modes; operation in noisy electromagnetic environments; and susceptibility. Serve as subject matter expert in RF characterization. Publish reports and briefings in order to present characterization information, electronics vulnerabilities, and exploitation recommendations. Work with a team to respond to RFI?s and determine best consolidated solutions to problems. Design and implement characterization standard operating procedures (SOPs) and implement SOPs in daily functions. Active Secret clearance and obtain a TS/SCI. BA/BS and 3 years experience (OR) Associates degree and 5yrs experience (OR) High School and 8 years of experience. An understanding of RF communications, with a particular emphasis on complete characterization of electronic circuits. Extensive experience in electronics engineering. Experience using benchtop RF equipment including Signal Generators, Spectrum Analyzers, Oscilloscopes, and other equipment. Perform standard RF measurements (eg occupied bandwidth, average power, pulse width) using the previous listed test equipment. Experience in synthesizing and generating various types of RF waveforms using and arbitrary waveform generator. ?