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Electronic Warfare Technician (MV)

Company: Alion Science and Technlology
Location: Warner Robins
Posted on: June 9, 2021

Job Description:

At Alion, we believe our strength depends on hiring the best and brightest talent in the market to join our team. Our people work together doing what they love for a mission that's bigger than just the bottom line. If you get excited about inventing new solutions or analyzing and solving real problems, then check out our challenging and exciting career opportunities.Alion is seeking an Electronic Warfare RFCM Technician to support our AFSOC/AMC contract located at Robbins AFB. Job Requirements: Minimum of 3+ years' experience in technical or flight-line role supporting reprogrammable EW systems: Technical expertise on EW system requirements, host aircraft performance and self-protection, and RFCM system performance against threats, and all technical aspects of an RFCM system life-cycle including system acquisition, design, development, engineering, integration, testing, operation, performance, and documentation. Assist in developing updates of mission databases in line with assessed and validated threat parameter changes. Assess RFCM system effectiveness to include detailed threat studies and periodic review of RFCM techniques. Assists in test planning, performs RFCM system tests in laboratory and field environments. Assists in loading and trouble shooting RFCM system laboratory and field environments. Performs testing and troubleshooting on fielded RFCM systems. Security Clearance: Secret H.S. Diploma #LI-JK1#LI-RM1#CB*MSJA Security Clearance: Secret

Keywords: Alion Science and Technlology, Warner Robins , Electronic Warfare Technician (MV), Other , Warner Robins, Georgia

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