A bachelor's of science degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) plus one full academic year of graduate education in the specialized field; or, a bachelor's degree in a Electrical Engineering plus 3 years of applicable experience; or, a bachelor's degree in a professional Engineering field (BSEE/Computer Engineering (CE)) with a minimum of 5 years of specialized experience.
- Experience with computer networking.
- Experience with Electromagnetic Interface (EMI)/Electromagnetic Environment Effects testing in accordance with MIL-STD-461 and MIL-STD-464, or commercial EMI/E3 standards
- Experience with co-site/antenna testing and desensitization of radio frequency (RF) systems.
- Experience with communications interoperability testing.
- Experience with Army or USMC tactical or combat vehicles integration design development, design review and platform integration activities.
- Experience with the development of vehicle and network schematic (electrical, logical, and physical) and experience with the analysis of system architectures.
- Experience with data collection systems, system stimulation, and test equipment
- Experience with 4 of the 7 GFE Communication Systems and Communication and Security (COMSEC) systems:
- One of the following SINCGARS – VRC-8x/9x or VRC-110
- One of the following Multiband – VRC-103, VRC 114, VRC-116, VRC-117, or VRC-118
- High Frequency – VRC-104
- One of the following L-Band SATCOM – MT-2011 or RT-1981
- DoD encryption devices
Experience with 1 of the 3 GFE Applications:
- One of the following: FBCB2, JCR, or JBC-P
Experience with 1 of the 4 GFE Sensors and Electronic Warfare (EW) Systems:
- LRAS3 Netted
- Shot Detection
- U.S. Army EW System or USMC EW System
Experience with 2 of the 5 modern vehicles and vetronics systems:
- Electrical power generation
- Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J1939/Controller Area Network (CAN)
- Distributed power control
- Embedded control modules
BRTRC offers a competitive salary, exceptional benefits, and a professional work environment.