Polaris Alpha is seeking a Radar Engineer to support on-going radar research and development (R&D) efforts at one of the Army’s premier R&D Centers of Excellence at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland.
The Radar Engineer will collaborate with our customer and team to influence the next generation of radar systems, signal data processing technologies, radar open architecture concepts. The team supports the analysis, research, development, test and evaluation of new technologies for current and future Army radar systems, including Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR,) and Moving Target Indicator (MTI), Foliage Penetration (FOPEN), and Force Protection (Counterfire Target Acquisition) radar systems.
• BS (MS preferred) in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Computer Engineering, Computer Science or similar field.
• 5+ years of experience in radar system design, development, engineering, test, evaluation, data analysis and model and simulation (M&S).
• 5+ years of systems engineering experience with RF and radar systems.
• 5+ years of experience in the development of test plans, procedures and schedules, conducting tests, and generating reports detailing laboratory and field tests/demonstrations.
• 5+ years of systems engineering & testing including algorithm development
• Experience in using MATLAB.
• Experience performing trade studies and the analysis and evaluation of radar concepts and capabilities.
• Experience in the preparation of technical reports, technical briefings, technical drawings, performance work statements, system developmental schedules, performance specifications, and requirements documentation, and in presenting results to senior management.
• This position requires the selected candidate to hold an active Department of Defense TS/SCI level security clearance, which requires US citizenship while working in support of a government contract.
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