Job Summary: Amentum is seeking a detail oriented Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer in Hanover, MD with strong communication skills to support the global mission requirements of the United States Navy and particularly their need to meet spectrum regulatory requirements for training in the US.We are looking for a candidate that will work to understand the history of system acquisition cycles, maturation of RF technical parameters, and the evolution of the utilization of the Radio Frequency spectrum.
You have an understanding of a wide variety of spectrum dependent systems including radars, communications, data links, and SATCOM.The work will require the review of RF technical information for a wide-range of system types to analyze/evaluate system performance against both Department of Defense (DoD) and National standards.
The specific responsibilities will include technical review of emerging spectrum technologies, coordination and deconfliction of Navy operations in dense electromagnetic environments, and development and the identification of risks related to RF use.
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Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited university10 years relevant experienceAble to obtain and maintain an active Secret clearance prior to start Preferred Qualifications: Active Secret clearanceKnowledge of either the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) or the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) system certification processKnowledge of any of the following softwares: Spectrum Certification System (SCS), Equipment Location Certification Information database (EL-CID), Spectrum XXI, Host Nation Spectrum Worldwide Database Online (HNSWDO), or StepstoneExperience with Identify Friend or Foe (IFF) equipment or standardsWorld Radio Conference SupportDevelopment of Spectrum-related standards and policies