Intecon RF Engineer, Journeyman in Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado
INTECON (Integrity Consulting) is a Woman Owned (WOSB) and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that provides proven Telecommunication, Information Technology, Maintenance & Operations, Engineering Services (T.I.M.E.), and Advisory & Assistance services to government and commercial customers. We provide reliable, customer-driven support and personify responsiveness in serving our clients. We bring proven management from both inside the continental United States and overseas, supporting programs in the United States, Korea, Afghanistan and the Middle East. Our employees are truly our greatest strength and we are fully dedicated to maximizing the success of our clients.
Contingent Upon Contract Award An RF Engineer, Journeyman is needed for United States Air Force (AF) Tactical Exploitation Of National Capabilities (TENCAP), here is Colorado Springs, CO at Peterson AFB.
AF TENCAP requires a variety of professional services support to investigate and develop concepts and technologies that will provide the best possible capabilities for warfighters, when and where needed, in the most cost-effective manner. These capabilities are first developed as concepts to provide unique approaches and techniques, which leverage existing air, space, cyberspace, national, and global ISR and Non-Traditional ISR (NTISR) systems capabilities, and lead to or enable revolutionary and evolutionary improvements in capability, performance, and cost savings. Accordingly, the primary purpose of this acquisition is to acquire contractor support to provide the full spectrum of Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) systems engineering services in support of rapid prototype development and integration activities to meet the emergent RDT&E requirements of AF TENCAP and its stakeholders
- Active DoD Secret clearance and be eligible for a Top Secret/SCI
- Electrical Engineering degree
5+ years of hands-on in RF system characterization and measurements. Your experience should include overall signal chain analysis, individual device characterization, system sensitivity, gain, bandwidth, dynamic range, noise figures, compression point determination, phase stability, antenna characterization, etc.
Knowledge of typical components within RF circuits such as filters, local oscillators, RF switches, and amplifier chains
Working experience RF instrumentation and components such as network and spectrum analyzers, RF signal generators, power meters, couplers, hybrids, etc.
Ability to develop test plans, analyze test data, and make recommendations to Government decision makers.
Translate technical requirements into project plans, evaluating new technology for insertion into existing RF systems, and modeling and simulating performance of these systems within the network.
Monitor RF and Signal Processing design, development, operation, and maintenance, provide independent assessments of performance, recommend configuration improvements to improve efficiencies.
Authoring professional technical reports detailing results of analysis, measurements, simulations, and give technical presentations addressing your findings and recommendations.
Ability to read and create schematics.
Self-Motivated and goal oriented
Ability to aide and instruct technicians in measurement techniques and methods
Radar waveform familiarity and techniques
Familiarity with antenna patterns
Familiarity with RF modulation techniques such as FSK, BPSK, QPSK, FM, and AM
Board layout, PCB fabrication knowledge, soldering, and PCB repair
Experience with prototyping and demonstrations
INTECON is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, or Vietnam era, or other eligible veteran status, or any other protected factor.
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