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- You will design, develop, and assess new research and development products for enhancement of the U.S. Navy Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) program.
- You will be responsible for development of new sensors, data acquisition instrumentation capabilities, system level test facilities, and full threat level simulators (TLS).
- You will define and conduct tests to validate electromagnetic performance of designs to high-altitude HEMP requirements.
- You will provide detailed technical analysis and assessments of systems with respect to electromagnetic requirements for electrical/electronic systems, mechanical systems, interconnects and structures.
- You will assess technical analyses developed by various stakeholders, such as design agents, programs for interfacing or constituent systems, and peers requesting review.
- You will create/review technical documentation, products, reports, and other deliverables.
- You will communicate analysis results; recommended changes to requirements, design, and procedures; current risk; and overall system status to the system design team and all POCs.
- You will Participate as a team member conducting Pulse Current Injection (PCI) testing, as required.
- You will participate in developing and documenting technical requirements for the EMP program.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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