Junior E3 Engineer,Communications

Company Name:
Koch Davis
Junior E3 Engineer will be perform a variety of Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) engineering functions within any of the following three areas of focus: Radar, Electronic Warfare and/or Communications. Attend electromagnetic environmental effects (E3) meetings, prepare trip reports, review technical documentation, develop detailed E3 test plans, participate in test planning meetings and test readiness reviews. Perform E3 testing, gather, reduce and analyze resulting data and prepare and publish detailed test reports. Ability to learn to plan, schedule and lead shipboard EMI testing, make sound engineering decisions and recommend sound programmatic advice. Gain knowledge of systems engineering and the DOD 5000 acquisition guidelines and gain familiarity with the protocol for civilian ship visits/rides is desirable.
0 to 2 years of job related experience or equivalent. Equivalent military training and work experience in the Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) disciplines may be considered. Work Experience or coursework: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), Radar, Communications, Electromagnetic (EM) field measurements, E3 testing. Knowledge of microwave receivers, communication links/systems, radar principals, RF components, digital signal processing (DSP), and/or electronic warfare (EW) techniques. Knowledge of systems engineering and the DOD 5000 acquisition guidelines is a plus. Ability to learn to complete computational EMC analyses.
BS Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, Physics or Mathematics.
The company is provider of engineering, construction and technical services

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