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    Summary

    You will serve as a Radar Data Collection (RDC) Lead Engineer or Scientist (ND-05; GS-14/15 equivalency) in the SENSOR DATA COLLECTION & ANALYSIS BRANCH (B62); SENSOR DATA EXPLOITATION DIVISION (B60); ELECTROMAGNETIC & SENSOR SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT (B) of NAVSURFWARCENDLD.

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    Responsibilities

    • You will serve as a technical Subject Matter Expert (SME), and senior analyst, developer, designer, tester, evaluator, liaison, and advisor in support of radar and other sensor data collection efforts
    • You will support research and development, software development, and implementation of data collection and analysis tools to improve sensor data collection, analysis capabilities, and sensor system performance.
    • You will provide technical oversight of science, engineering, and integration efforts for sensor data collection capabilities.
    • You will lead technical assessments and analysis for the development and integration of software, hardware, and complex system interfaces.
    • You will develop and manage architecture diagrams and plans.
    • You will provide oversight of all sensor data collection software development, technical rigor, integration, testing, verification and validation.
    • You will collaborate with internal and external partners while serving as a technical liaison between developers, sponsors, project leads, warfighters, stakeholders, and leadership.
    • You will mentor others on systems engineering, sensor data collection systems and tools, technical objectives, Agile development, and mission planning.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    None

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