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Junior Mission Data Engineer

Job Description The USRL has an immediate opening for a junior level Mission Data Engineer. The ideal candidate will use their engineering education and/or prior experience to develop state of the art mission data for advanced 5th generation fighter aircraft. Essential Job Functions: Develope complex electronic warfare models and programs for lab testing. Program mission data to provide enhanced situational awareness for pilots. Provide detailed feedback and support by performing validation and verification analysis, mission data file generation as well as assisting in mission data group management. Advise on RF antenna performance. Job Requirements Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required. Bachelor's Degree in an Engineering discipline. Electrical Engineering degree is preferred. Must have or be able to obtain a Secret security clearance. Desired skills: Familiarity with F-35 avionics. Experience with programming 4th or 5th generation fighter mission data. Experience with developing SW supporting creating mission data reports. Experience with training on mission data SW and programming. Experience with directing mission data tests in the lab. Experience with Matlab. Experience with Intel sources such as CED, EWIRDB, and NGES. Experience with electronic countermeasures to include: preparing V&V test plans, participating in CCBs with AESA, HFIM, and EW modulation on pulse. #MWW #internsandrecentgraduates DCS Corp is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here. 18-0805
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