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Electronic Warfare Operations Specialist

US
7 months ago
ID
2017-1032
# of Openings
1

Overview

Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university or unrelated degree with at least ten years of relevant Electronic Warfare experience with the U.S. military, other Federal Government agencies, industry or combination; possesses knowledge, skills, ability, and experience with, vulnerability analysis, Army operations, DOTMLPF-P analysis, and capability development in order to provide support and assistance in the following areas:

 

  •  Assisting in the development and use of threat scenarios, models, simulations, and threat simulations and targets used to portray real-world threats during operational testing of capabilities.
  • Leveraging the threat intelligence community as an expert on a broad application of threat force weapons and systems capabilities in order to evaluate and critique scenarios, vignettes, and threat portions of identified solutions to current capability gaps at the tactical level of war.
  • Facilitating the planning, execution and reporting of Electronic Attack (EA), Electronic Support (ES), Unreliability Operations and Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) in support of operational assessments and capability development.
  • Assisting in preparing, prioritizing and submitting EA frequency requests in support of assessments through the Department of Defense (DoD) Area Frequency Coordinator (AFC), national agencies, Military Representative (MILREP), Frequency Management Office (FMO) and subordinate organizations.
  • De-conflicting Electronic Warfare (EW) requests between national agencies, adjoining commands/agencies in an effort to minimize impacts to the operational assessments.
  • Conducting research and analysis on EW and EW-enabling technologies, techniques, and theory and assist with the development of information requirement to support AWG’s global mission.
  • Providing operational assessment support to assist in technical and programmatic oversight of EW and EW-enabling systems, programs and functions to AWG solution/capability development efforts.
  • Performing analysis on the implementation of EW tools and capabilities affecting the operational assessment. Validate threat costing data as it pertains to EW in support of operational assessments.
  • Developing EW operational plans to support operational assessments in keeping with EW guidance using EW assets as efficiently as possibly across the community of interest.
  • Developing concept of operations and requirements for EW to enhance threat capability understanding within the operational assessment.
  • ICW Government personnel, coordinate with all components and sub-components within the threat community to ensure adequate EW resources are available for planning and operational assessments.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct analysis to support DOTMLPF-P implications of identified gaps, new capabilities and requirements. (Two per month or as needed to facilitate solution/capability development)
  • Prepare, edit, and package professional information papers, quad charts and other documents in support of capability/solution development and emerging asymmetric threats and operational needs (12 per calendar year on average)
  • Assist project managers and actively participate in Integrated Support Team (IST) meetings to facilitate solution development and provide continuity from project initiation through DOTMLPF-P integration (two per month).
  • Support the development of solutions to capability gaps derived from AWG’s tactical observations and trends (level of effort determined during Tactical Mission Summary (TMS) and running estimate reviews).
  • Assist in conducting assessments and market research on emerging technologies and assist in developing plans to continuously optimize technology for improving future capabilities to defeat asymmetric threats (three per month).
  • Draft training instruction materials for deploying and non-deploying units to train Soldiers in CEWO threats and CEWO defensive measures at the tactical level (average five per calendar year)
  • Provide technical and operational expertise to assist development of realistic training and operational scenarios (approximately ten per year).

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