Electronic Warfare Engineer - Graduate
An opportunity exists within MASS for a physics / engineering / computer science / mathematics graduate who has an interest in pursuing a career in solutions and systems engineering with the capability of developing thought leadership in defence related domains. The successful candidate will have an understanding of Electronic Warfare with the ability to demonstrate sound technical thoughts on current and near future systems. The selected candidate should have knowledge of, more preferably experience in, the support, design and building of signal processing chains for radar systems (both analogue and digital). In addition they will have an understanding of the support environment that these systems need to become operationally effective. The candidate must be a self-starter and shall be responsible for discrete tasks of specification, design, modelling, testing, validation, and results analysis. The candidate must be a highly motivated, enthusiastic and competent team-player who can communicate clearly. This position includes a requirement to travel in support of customer meetings. The candidate must be eligible for UK MoD clearance for access to the appropriate security level. Mandatory Skill Requirements: Knowledge of MS Office; Ability to assimilate complex concepts; Team-working; Ability to work with minimum supervision; Ability to communicate complex concepts to non-experts both written and orally; Hold, or be prepared to undergo, UK NSV Security Clearance; Full UK driving licence. Desirable Skills Requirements: Knowledge of RF and/or IR threat systems, defensive aids suites and countermeasures; MATLAB / SIMULINK skills; Experience in the use of systems modelling software; Knowledge of the Electronic Warfare / Defence / Radar markets; Experience or knowledge of electronic warfare principles and air platform protection requirements. MASS is an equal opportunities employer.