Systems Engineer

US-MD-Annapolis Junction
ID
2017-5824

Overview

ASRC Federal - Vistronix is a national security solutions provider specializing in transforming big and complex data sets into mission critical intelligence.  Ingesting, processing, and exploiting Big Data is at the core of everything we do: Cyber & SIGINT Operations, C4ISR & Multi-INT Processing, and Enterprise & Open Source Analysis.  As a national security middleweight, we have a passion for our customers' mission and value ingenuity, agility, speed, and the ability to think and deliver at scale.  For more information, visit www.vistronix.com.

 

ASRC Federal - Vistronix is currently seeking an experienced Systems Engineer for a role on one of our subcontracts.  This full time position affords the successful candidate the opportunity to work in an engaging, high-tech development environment, working with an excellent team and customer base. 

 

Responsibilities

This position is for the development of collection systems, requirements analysis/generation and developing system architectures, system architecture design and development for Linus, Windows, and Mac OS X, create test scripts in Python and Bash for automation of testing as well as partching development systems. Specify, evaluate, test, install, and maintain computer and software defined radio equipment.

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Systems Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, or Engineering (Electrical, Electronic or Computer) or 4 to 9 years applicable systems engineering experience.
  • Direct experience in the development process of collection systems and/or related components within the IC including installation and deployment.
  • Experience in requirements analysis/generation and developing systems architectures.
  • Experience as a system engineer in programs that encompassed systems architecture, requirements analysis, design, production, integration, test and transition into operations.
  • Experience with independent verification and validation of system requirements.
  • Computer/system architectures design and development for Linux and Windows.
  • Experience with Agile Development methologies such as Scrum.
  • Experience with Radio Frequency (RF) signal detection, identification, measurement, collection, distribution, and amplification.
  • Experience with signal collection techniques and systems.
  • Experience with real-time processing, computing, control, and digital signal processing.
  • Direct experience with electrical power measurement and specification (AC and DC).
  • Direct system engineering experience with system timing analysis, system throughput and bandwidth estimation, and computer software applications and techniques.
  • Direct experience creating Test Procedures, coordinating engineering activities, and testing/installing hardware. 
  • Direct experience specifying, ecvaluating, installing, and maintaining equiptment.
  • Experience writing systems documentation (system CONOPs and other technical documents).

Job Specific:

  • SDR (software defined radio)

     

  • GNU Radio

     

  • Python

     

  • Linux

     

  • Docker

     

  • VMWare

     

  • 802.11 protocol knowledge

     

  • RF knowledge

 This position requires an active Security Clearance.

 

Positions require a Top Secret security clearance, based on current background investigation (SBI), as well as the favorable completion of polygraph.  Clearance and polygraph processing will be completed by the U.S. Government.

 

ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law.

 

 

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