Senior Systems Engineer - C4ISR
We are looking for self-starting technical minds that live to be challenged and want to take complex projects head-on. As a Senior Systems Engineer, you will be instrumental in the design, integration, testing, and support of shipboard radio communications systems. You must be able to evaluate the defined performance metrics for each link in accordance with system requirements. Requirements for this position include:Bachelor of Science from an accredited institution in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or a related disciplineAt least eight years of progressive experience in electrical/electronics engineering, which includes at least four years of experience performing engineering functions related to shipboard radio communications systemsExperience integrating shipboard communications systems supporting voice, video, and data applicationsDemonstrated knowledge of proper handling and utilization of Government Furnished Information (GFI), including but not limited to Cable Block Diagrams, Cable Running Sheets, Cable Installation/Interconnection Drawings, and Installation Requirements DrawingsSolid understanding of IP networking and RF theoryDemonstrated knowledge of military and commercial communications protocolsExperience with installing equipment in accordance with TEMPEST requirementsSolid analytic and problem-solving skillsWork collaboratively with government customers, contractors, and team membersStrong written and verbal communications skillsAbility to obtain and maintain a security clearanceMust be a US CitizenWe offer an excellent salary and benefits package including health, dental, vision, 401(k) matching, education assistance, and performance-based bonuses. This is a fast-paced industry and we understand the importance of your development, placing a strong emphasis on training, mentoring, and career advancement opportunities. You will have the opportunity to get your hands dirty and directly contribute to the growth of our young company. Are you up to the challenge?