ACTIVE SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIRED: TS/SCI with “Favorable” Polygraph
REQUISITION NUMBER: 012016.02-PRA POSITION / or Labor Category: ELINT Signals Analyst Electronic Attack Domain - Level 1 LOCATION: Aurora, Colorado SEAT LOCATION: Buckley Air Force Base
Job Description OVERVIEW:
• PhD Degree + 3 years of technical ELINT experience, OR
• Masters Degree + 4 years of technical ELINT experience, OR
• Bachelor's Degree + 6 years of technical ELINT experience and should include 5 years of specialized EA experience
(NOTE: ELINT collection, processing, or screening may account for no more than 1 year of the ELINT requirement but cannot replace specialized EA experience)
• No Degree + 10 years of technical ELINT experience is required with at least 8 years of EA experience.
(NOTE: ELINT collection, processing, or screening may account for no more than 2 years of the ELINT requirement but cannot replace specialized EA experience)
LABOR CATEGORY Required Skills:
• Ability to use signals analysis tools, techniques, and procedures to make precise measurements of ELINT parameters, such as, radio frequency, inter/intrapulse modulation, pulse duration, and scan
• Develop accurate signal chronologies and determine relationships between related signals.
• Provide feedback to improve ELINT tasking and/or produce tuning updates for national processors to improve automated ELINT reporting
• Ability to screen and decimate large data files to meet customer requirements
• Ability to analyze multiple data sets and to use ELINT terminology to present cohesive analysis findings in the proper ELINT products in accordance with current SIGINT reporting standards (USSIDs AP2405 and CR1400).
• Ability to update or create entries to the national ELINT database (e.g., Combined Emitter Database) according to established standards
• Define and describe the characteristics of complex modulations and the degree of the technology associated with all EA emissions
• Apply knowledge of the EA target to identify evidence of effectiveness
• Employ new signal processing techniques to assist in the exploitation of new complex EA emissions and identify improvements for collection strategies
• Measure and process EA signals targeting weapon, satellite, communication, and navigation systems with a focus on frequency domain analysis