Employee will provide on-site support at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Headquarters in Washington, DC in support of the NISC III program.
Tasks for the position include:
- Analysis, coordination, and documentation of government agency requests to conduct Electronic Attack (EA) and testing within the FAA Air Traffic Control (ATC) frequency bands.
- Conducting operational characterizations of the EA/testing missions to determine the geographic scope of the operations within the National Airspace System (NAS), by referencing aeronautical charts.
- Identifying radio frequency technical parameters in the requests necessary to conduct a compatibility/de-confliction analysis.
- Conducting radio frequency compatibility/de-confliction analysis using FAA software tools and databases to identify potentially affected FAA ATC frequencies and radio systems/receivers.
- Drafting memorandums (by use of templates) to document, notify and coordinate the mission/testing request within FAA and other agencies as necessary.
- Develop and maintain a Continuity and Training Guide for the EA analysis and coordination process.
- May occasionally prepare briefings, papers, or other administrative duties as necessary.
- May require travel to support FAA participation in Spectrum Management conferences and/or meetings.
Additional duties include:
- Assistant Classified Information Security Manager (CISM) tasks, inventories, inspections, and audits.
- Maintaining the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Conducting training, as necessary.
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Qualifications:Typical education and experience:
Basic Qualifications (must have):
- Typically requires BS and 4 – 8 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 2 – 6 years of prior relevant experience.
- Must be a US citizen with current secret security clearance or ability to obtain a secret level clearance within the first year.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in a related discipline (Electrical or Electronics Engineering) with a minimum of 5 years of related work experience or a Spectrum Manager/Telecommunications Specialist with minimum of 5 years’ experience in Radio Frequency Spectrum Engineering.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel and Word.
Desired skills: (Would give the candidate an advantage, but not required)
- Telecommunications background with knowledge of frequency management practices, including engineering, assignment and protection of radio frequencies
- Knowledge of Electronic Warfare/Electronic Attack (EA) equipment and civil and/or military aviation expertise
- Experience with aeronautical maps and chart plotting and military special use airspace
- Radio Frequency modeling and simulation and database engineering tools, such as Spectrum XXI Management Database or the FAA’s Automated Frequency Management system
- Spectrum analyzer experience
- Knowledge of roles and responsibilities of spectrum management within the National Airspace System.
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