Electronics Engineer, Deployer
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POST DATE 6/3/2020
END DATE 8/8/2020
INDIAN HEAD, MD
WANTED: A mission-driven Electronics Engineer
/Technician with extensive knowledge and understanding
of improvised explosive devices (IED) to support our
CEXC Global Operations contract.
As An Electronics Technician You Will:
Join an already established team with opportunity to
grow. Support a Navy program, who deploys to various
locations globally, performing device analysis, conduct
VIP tours, impart knowledge to our coalition partners,
and interact with leaders at all levels.
Obtain and maintain up to a Top Secret/SCI clearance.
Receive robust benefits package that includes Employee
Stock Ownership Plan! (ESOP).
A Week In The Life Of An Electronics Technician:
* Perform exploitation and reverse-engineering on IED
electronic circuit boards and develop device
* Responsible for reporting and briefing critical
finds to both military and DoD civilian leadership.
* Identify, capture, analyze and characterize
electronic devices and components from IED circuit
boards for arming, firing and source
* Capture, characterize and identify IED
electrical/electronic RF receiver and transmitter
modules and circuit board characteristics, operating
frequencies and power.
* Analyze recovered electronic components including
switching circuits and power sources.
* Identify electronic IED components visually, conduct
research and provide information, develop accurate
schematics of devices and develop tools and
techniques for generating schematics.
* Analyze, demodulate and decode signals in order to
extract intelligence data and develop standardized
demodulation and decoding tools and techniques for
commonly encountered signals.
* Perform Electronic Data Recovery (EDR) of logical
and physical data on cell phones and other media
storage devices using hardware/software tools
including Cellebrite UFED, XRY, FTK and other
forensic tools and analyze EDR files to recover data
that may be of investigative or intelligence value.
* Support development of countermeasures for
* Provide information to assist in profiling and
* Produce storyboards and technical reports on
* Maintain and document chain of custody of items and
* Train replacement personnel on SOP.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
* Physical ability and commitment to deploy globally.
* Ability to possess/handle firearms in support of
* Familiarity with WTI Lexicon, SIPRNET and Community
of Interest databases and portals is desired.
* Familiarity with electronics lab processes and work
flow for device exploitation efforts and profiling.
* Knowledge in global IED devices and Tactics,
Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) threat.
* ** Engineer: Bachelor of Science in Electrical
Engineering (BSEE) degree or an applicable technical
field from an accredited college or university with
7-15 years of professional work experience in a
relevant technical field.
* ** Technician: Associate of Applied Science in
Electrical Engineering Technology (AAS, two years)
degree or an applicable technical field from an
accredited college with 3-5 years of professional
work experience in a relevant technical field or 5-7
years of professional military experience as an
* Experience must include electronic circuit design
and PCB assembly, Radio Frequency (RF) field,
operation of laboratory test equipment including
oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, power supplies,
communication receivers, RF signal generators and
handheld digital multi-meters and schematic capture
* Programming Experience in (C++, Assembly, Basic and
LabVIEW) languages is highly desirable.
* Experience working with a CEXC, WTI,
counter-improvised explosive device (C-IED) Team,
DTK, JEFF, TEDAC, NGIC, DIA or ATF Lab is desired.
* Experience developing and supporting the Weapons
Technical Intelligence Enterprise.
* Prior U.S. Military or civilian experience working
in explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) or CIED.