Job DescriptionJOB DESCRIPTION: The Electronic Warfare Specialist (EWS) is a Subject Matter Expert working in a small, close-knit crew environment providing exciting, yet unconventional technical expertise in support of Air Force mission requirements. The EWS leverages their aviation and EW experience and critical-thinking prowess to develop tactics and techniques to counter emerging threats associated with the mission. The EWS will also work and coordinate with DoD entities and agencies to facilitate cutting-edge product development to ensure client capabilities meet current and future objectives. The EWS possesses an in-depth understanding of the key factors in aircraft survivability and combat mission planning to ensure client objectives are met.
TOP SECRET / SCI clearance is required. The work schedule may be dynamic in nature. No overseas deployment is required.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: This highly-desired position offers a qualified candidate the unique opportunity to make good use of years of military Electronic Warfare training and Aviation experience. Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience) and minimum of 8 years’ aviation experience in Electronic Warfare. Graduate of military technical training courses such as Electronic Warfare Officer, Navy Aviation Electronic Warfare School, or Air Battle Manager, or Navy Airborne Early Warning School.
· Recent Operational experience.
· TS/SCI required.
DESIRED SKILLS: Minimum of 6 years as an Air Force EWO/WSO (RC-135, EC-130 Compass Call), Air Force Air Battle Manager (AWACS, E-2C/D), Navy ECMO/WSO (EA-6B Prowler, EA-18G Growler), or EP-3E EW Operator. Deployed operational experience as an airborne Electronic Warfare SME is highly desired. BS or BSE desired.
Potential for Teleworking: No
External Referral Bonus:Eligible
Potential for Telework:No
Clearance Level Required:Top Secret/SCI
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
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