Communications SME

Provide Subject Matter Expertise for U.S. Navy CNS/ATM related communications integrations, testing, and certification.
Essential Job Functions:
Support system level designs, installation, testing, and certification in aircraft; assuring system compliance to CNS/ATM communications requirements.
Utilize principles of systems engineering and other engineering disciplines to evaluate, recommend solutions and clarify requirements.
Review conceptual requirements, system specification documents, detailed hardware and software designs for platforms integration communications systems to meet CNS/ATM requirements.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Bachelors Degree and 5 years of experience required.
Must have Secret Clearance.
Extensive knowledge of ARC-210 Radio Systems.
Knowledge of commercial communications systems certified for compliance with CNS/ATM requirements.
Must have strong Systems Engineering skills with background in one or more of the following areas: (IV&V Lab Test Experience, Operational Test & Evaluation, Aircraft Communication Integrations, Communication Security Management).
Ability to work closely with Program Offices and OEMs to support successful conception, development of sophisticated avionics systems.
Strong computer, oral, written, analytical, and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work in a multi-discipline team, or independently, as required.
Due to the sensitive nature of the work, US citizenship and Secret security clearance are required.
Desired Skills:
IV&V Lab Testing, Operational Test & Evaluation, Aircraft Communication Integrations, Communication Security Management.
Experience integrating CPDLC or other commercial data link communications services.
Experience with 1553 bus monitoring and testing.
Experience with NAVAIR SETR processes.

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