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Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems has an opening for a Communications Electronics Engineer to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals. This position will be located in San Diego, CA.
Under the direction and leadership of the Triton Mission Systems Comms Lead, the Mission Systems COMMS Engineer is a position to support Triton development, integration, and flight test operations focusing on the Communications Subsystem.
Perform subsystem analysis, document system requirements and interfaces, with traceability to platform requirements
Perform/support review and analysis of supplier design data, definition of functional test requirements including acceptance, qualification, and system integration.
Perform/support design reviews, or reviews of design related documentation (ICDs, system and subsystem design documents, etc.)
Perform field integration, troubleshooting and repair of communications and data link systems in military flight test environment, including operations on a flightline, in a hangar, and in command and control centers.
Perform SIL and flight test planning and execution, both CONUS and OCONUS.
Perform change management and engineering change proposal (ECP) duties, including preparation, analysis, planning and execution.
Support development and management of integrated schedules, earned value, risk management, and status reports & briefings and other program communications.
Master's Degree in STEM
Active in scope DoD Top Secret Clearance
Experience with communications technologies examples include: Internet Protocol (IP) networks, Voice over IP (VoIP), Information Assurance (IA), satellite and Line-of-Sight (LOS) RF communications, control interfaces, co-site interference
Ability to use and collect test data using Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Digital Multi-meters, Logic Analyzers, RF Network Analyzers, Spectrum Analyzers, and Signal Generators.
Working knowledge of RS-422, MIL-STD-1553, and internet protocol (IP) based networks, development and test methodologies.
Working knowledge of US DoD Communication systems such as RT-1990s (ARC-210 Generation 5) for supporting autonomous aircraft voice systems.
Working knowledge of Link-16 (MIDS LVT and MIDS JTRS) and other tactical data links.
Candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to work confidently in a high-pressure environment, while interacting with all levels of staff from flight-line and field technicians to executive management
Excellent leadership skills, be a self-starter, pay close attention to details, and have the ability to work effectively in a team-based environment.
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