RF Analyst – Expert
Type of Job
Required Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI + Poly
Washington, D.C. Metro Area
We're looking for game changers. People who love what they do and who they do it for. Providing consulting services in operational support, intelligence collection, reporting, and data governance, R2C is a leader in delivering solutions for high priority national security concerns. Are you ready for a change?
R2C is looking for a RF Analyst - Expert to provide Radio Frequency (RF) expertise to a United States Government (USG) customer. This candidate will provide Waveform & RF Device Analysis for our team in the Dulles, VA area.
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Identify vulnerabilities in waveform design
Develop and execute test scenarios that exploit these vulnerabilities using RF measurement equipment, commercial threat receivers and post processing/computing techniques
Identify CI signal/signature anomalies in waveform design
Identify radio hardware implementation anomalies that may adversely affect RF signature
Measure signature diversity across different waveforms and different configurations of the same waveform
All of above will require high proficiency in Tools like Mat lab & Python scripting
Usage of RF measurement and survey systems
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in Engineering, CS, Math, Physics or related field with focus on RF systems and technologies
Minimum of 16 years experience in analysis, development, technical collection, or reverse engineering
Experience in development of RF platforms, electrical hardware design and RF waveform design
Demonstrated familiarization with waveform engineering and analysis
Proven ability to research and analyze data from a variety of sources and to present findings in clear and concise written reports
Demonstrated working knowledge of software development and some demonstrated proficiency in scripting and/or programming languages and database development
MS degree in technical field
Experience within IC community
Experience with planning and/or participating in red team exercises
Publications in peer-reviewed journals
Experience supporting or conducting IC RF operations
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