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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
5/20/2019
Job Category:
Engineering
RF Engineer - Junior
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Job Description

* Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and three or more (3+) years of experience supporting RF related systems
* Working knowledge of fundamental circuits and electrical schematics
* Enthusiasm for working with and building analog/RF hardware
* Strong interpersonal and communication skills
* A naturally inquisitive nature for how things work
* Hands on experience with tools, test equipment, and circuit prototyping would be beneficial
* Coursework in electromagnetics, antennas and microwave design, or DC power systems would be helpful
* Experience with engineering design software is a plus (Sonnet, HFSS, ADS)

Security Clearance Requirements

Must be a U.S. citizen. Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.SRC, Inc. is currently seeking a highly motivated radio frequency (RF) engineer with an interest in analog/RF engineering to support the research and development of complex radar, electronic warfare, and communications systems.

Responsibilities

* Support the design, development, assembly, test and integration of advanced radar and communication systems
* Work within a cross functional team environment to include software, radar systems, digital, RF, mechanical, and communications systems engineers
* Perform requirements analysis, architecture trades, specification development, simulation and modeling, schematic capture, and hardware assembly, integration and testing
* Work with RF/microwave engineers for component selection, design, and characterization of transmitters, receivers, exciters, antennas and RF feed networks on the bench and in an anechoic chamber