Individual with experience in analysis of ground-based or airborne radars, radar phenomenology, electronic warfare systems. Individual must also have a background in design, development, and execution of Modeling and Simulation (M&S) of radar and weapon systems and interoperability analysis of the Missile Defense Agency’s (MDA) Ballistic Missile Defense Systems (BMDS) sensors and Battle Command (BC), modeling and simulation design, development, and analysis, and/or analysis of electronic warfare systems, radars – both missile and air defense, weapon systems including Air Force systems, and RF/EO/IR sensors.
- Develop detailed M&S, as needed, and perform detailed concept analysis of planned weapon and radar systems
- Provide radar and BC expertise to lead/assist in M&S representing the operations and interoperability of the sensors and BC within the BMDS
- Collaborate with Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC), MDA leadership, other Government entities, other contractors to generate appropriate inputs and expected outputs of BMDS M&S
- Design and implement scenarios for testing new weapon and radar system concepts against foreign threat models
- Design, develop, testing, and documenting radar and weapon system simulations using C, C++, MATLAB, Simulink, Python Scripts
- Improve survivability and vulnerability against foreign threat systems
Bachelors or Masters in Engineering, Computer Science or any STEM discipline.
The successful candidate must possess at least 12+ years of experience in the field.
- Experience with design and development of weapon and/or radar system M&S
- Experience in the test and validation of M&S used in the analysis of new concepts
- Experience in MATLAB, C, C++, Python, Simulink
- Ability to work in a team environment
- Must have experience in sensors, sensor fusion, signal processing, C2, air and missile defense, interoperability analysis, communication devices, radars, electronic warfare, cyber, M&S development and analysis
- Experience with Missile Defense Agency, MDA Sensors Directorate (SN)
Applicant selected must possess an active Top Secret security clearance. Must be a U.S. Citizen. Some travel may be required.