Electronic Warfare Threat Analyst

Apply now Job Vacancy: 22-EW-07
Work type: MERC
Location: Warner Robins, GA (MERC)
Categories: MERC (Mercer Engineering Research Center)

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Electronic Warfare Threat Analyst



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Warner Robins, GA

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- Conducts S&TI research and analysis, and produces finished S&TI assessments on emerging and disruptive technologies with the potential to impact U.S. military operations.
- Identifies technical capabilities and performance characteristics of foreign EW systems.
- Conducts analysis of R&D process and organizations associated with target EW systems.
- Provides technological assessments suitable for ingesting into Library of National Intelligence in accordance with Defense Intelligence Analysis Program requirements and Office of Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) Intelligence Community Directives.
- Prepares and provides S&TI products in support of Department of Defense concepts, capability development, and acquisition customers. These products include subject matter briefs, intelligence notes, threat modules, threat briefings, and technical memoranda.
- Collaborates and coordinates products within DoD and Intelligence Community (IC) agencies and organizations throughout the S&TI Enterprise.
- Works with the Chief Engineers to plan and staff assigned programs according to and in compliance with MERC Standard Processes.
- Builds and maintains a working environment of trust and teamwork; swiftly and effectively addresses issues that interfere with a cohesive and productive working environment.
- Builds and maintains positive working relationships with the Directors, Customers, University Staff, co-workers, and the public using principles of good customer service.
- Responsible for support and execution of other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Required Qualifications
- US Citizenship is required.
- Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Security Clearance.
- An undergraduate degree in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, logistics management, or business from an ABET accredited institution and 6 years’ directly related experience; or 10 years directly related DoD threat analyst experience as a Cryptologic Technician and Electronic Warfare Specialist.
- Experience in converting military technical manuals into training formats.
- Requires strong analytical skills and a working knowledge of leading large cross-functional projects.
- Requires an in-depth knowledge of Communication skills - Writing skills - PC Application Software - Advanced Analytic Techniques - Project management – Organizational skills – and Software skills.
- Strong critical thinking/creative thinking skills with the ability to conduct independent research and analysis of classified and open source data, to include academic and gray literature.
- Proficiency in analytical techniques for Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming (EWIR) and Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) databases.
- Knowledge of tactical and strategic analysis concepts in military design, training and mission analysis.
- Demonstrated ability to work successfully within an engineering team.
Preferred Qualifications

- Experience as an Electronic Warfare Officer or Spectrum Management is desired. 

Does this position require travel for University business in a rental car or University owned vehicle?


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Commensurate with experience

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