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Electronic Warfare Analyst

Location:
Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Salary Details:
Negotiable dependent upon experience + company benefits
Closing date for applications:
30 Nov 2018
Job Description
An experienced scientist/engineer is required to provide team leadership, engineering management and specialist analytical support. The tasks will require you to master a graphical programming environment, utilising skills and experience in research, mathematical modelling, develop signal processing elements of complex systems, simulation and analysis.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: carrying out weapon system analysis, threat vulnerability analysis and countermeasures development, modelling of threats and countermeasures and providing advice to customers based on analysis of simulation results. This position includes a requirement to travel in the UK in support of customer meetings.

The candidate must be a self-starter and shall be responsible for discrete tasks of specification, design, modelling, testing, validation, and results analysis.

The candidate must be highly motivated, enthusiastic and competent team leader and team‑player who can communicate clearly.

This position includes a requirement to travel in support of customer meetings. The position is part of a small team of analysts

The candidate must be eligible for UK MoD clearance for access to the appropriate security level.  

Mandatory Skill Requirements:

Knowledge of RF and/or IR threat systems, defensive aids suites and countermeasures.

Ability to program in MATLAB or equivalent program.

MS Office Ability to process and analyse large and complex data sets from multiple sources.

Desirable Skill Requirements:
 
Advanced MATLAB/SIMULINK skills.

Experience in the use of modelling and simulation of complex control systems.

Electronic Warfare. Defence. Radar

Experience or knowledge of electronic warfare principles and air platform protection requirements. 

Other:

Team leadership and engineering management.

Understanding of RF and/or IR theory. Ability to assimilate complex concepts. Team-working. Prepared to work none-standard hours. Ability to work with minimum of supervision. Ability to communicate complex concepts to non-experts both written and orally. Hold, or be prepared to undergo, UK security clearance. Full UK driving licence.

MASS is an equal opportunities employer.