Electronics Engineer 3, Field Engineering

Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Field Engineering is seeking an experienced Field Engineer with the ability and desire to take on the Lead role at an important customer's facility. The Field Engineer will support AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) products at the Baltimore campus initially, and then in the field. This position will require a long-term assignment (minimum 2 year commitment) in the field (on site in California). Extension of the assignment may be possible based on follow-on option(s) and the candidate's desire.

The Field Engineer will have the opportunity to work on the non-classified aspects of the program/system/hardware at our Baltimore campus prior to being eligible to takethe long-term assignment to the customer's site in California. Other locations (even OCONUS) may be available to the interested candidate as future assignments.

Duties and responsibilities include: team leadership, customer liaison, troubleshoot AESA hardware/software issues, lab testing, test development, data analysis, mission support, meeting support, field repair support, and administrative and logistical support. Other duties as required. Most importantly, there must be an ability and desire to lead junior engineers at a field site. Candidate must be an effective communicator and possess good organizational skills to manage frequent intra-organizational and customer interaction.

There is a bonus paid for taking on the long term field assignment in California.

Security requirements: This position requires an active DOD Top Secret (TS). Ideally, SCI clearance is desired with the ability to obtain Special Program Access Clearance(s).
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree or higher in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering Technology, or other closely-related STEM area plus 5 years of relevant experience (3 years with an MS degree).
Must be willing and able to take on a 2 year field assignment in California soon after hire
Must be able to work some off shift hours as needed
Active Top Secret clearance

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience highly desired in the following areas: integration and test techniques; MATLAB, or related signal analysis tools; interfacing protocols, test equipment, and customer interaction.
Current SCI clearance

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