Electronic Warfare Specialist
- Military veterans preferred
2022-01-15 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Quantico Virginia 22134 United States
SAIC is seeking an Electronic Warfare (EW) Subject Matter Expert (SME) to work onsite in Quantico, VA.
This position is contingent on contract award which is expected in July 2022.
The EW SME position requires the following experience:
Experience conducting all-source analytic production of future and current adversary EW capabilities.
Experience analyzing the battlespace environment (tactics, strategies, parametric data) on Electronic systems.
Experience planning Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)/EW operations, managing the deployment of SIGINT/EW personnel and assets, integrating collection, collection management, analysis, and dissemination efforts, and ensuring national-to-tactical SIGINT integration.
Experience performing communications intercept, electronic reconnaissance, radio direction finding, analysis and reporting functions, cyberspace operations, and EW operations.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
High School Diploma (HSD) or General Equivalency Diploma (GED).
Personnel must possess a minimum of eight (8) years of SIGINT/EW experience.
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
Prior United States Marine Corps (USMC) experience, having obtained one or more of the following Military Occupational Specialties (MOS): 2691, 2602, 0206, 2621, 2631, 2671, 2673 and 2676, or similar.
Bachelor’s Degree – any field.
Must have at minimum, TS/SCI or SCI eligibility
May be subject to a Poly
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