Technical Support Engr II – Raytheon – Marlborough, MA

This position is for a Spectrum Management & RF Safety Technical Support Engineer who will be required to provide Spectrum Management (SM) and Electromagnetic Energy Exposure Control (EEEC) support to all IDS Engineering operations. The candidate will be responsible for execution of tasks required to accomplish Raytheon and Government compliance to National Telecommunications and Information Administration ( NTIA ) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensing and certification. Serve as a focal point for preparation and formal submission of all required NTIA and FCC applications and supporting documentation to obtain a license (authorization), frequency certification or frequency assignment to design or operate equipment that transmits or radiates RF energy. Maintain files and records of radio station licenses, authorizations, assignments, and related correspondence, and ensure that necessary action (modification, renewal, etc.) is taken.

Apply knowledge of NTIA and FCC regulations and procedures when providing program support. Use of Spectrum XXI or ELCID software to submit and track licenses and frequency certifications at all four stages. Prepare presentations, generate reports, generate applications or related documentations and provide training as required. Participate in Spectrum Management and potentially lead the development of spectrum guidelines for all programs supported by IDS .

Additional duties will include assisting all Raytheon programs and facilities in the Northeast to be in compliance with company EEEC policies and standards. The willingness to travel in pursuit of Spectrum Management and RF Safety related company interests. Perform EEEC audits of programs and facilities on a regular basis. Perform RF surveys to verify compliance to exposure limits.

Interface with program management, engineering, and customer/government contacts, as needed. Generate EEEC plans, test reports, and other documentation as necessary. Function as the local EEEC manager for Raytheon sites in the Northeast. This position can be a Salary Grade A02 or Salary Grade A03 based on the candidate’s qualifications as they relate to the skills, experience and responsibility requirements for the position.

Basic Qualifications: Knowledge of all aspects of Spectrum Management, such as how to properly process requests through the government An understanding of RF hardware and RF hardware concerns as it relates to the completion of the Spectrum Management and RF Safety tasks Ability to manage schedules and budgets of assigned tasks Ability to meet with internal and government customers and provide timely solutions to all licensing issues Required to travel regularly to all Raytheon locations in the Northeast as necessary The ability to assure all IDS locations are in compliance with all Raytheon and government EEEC requirements Proficiency with standard desktop applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel. Solid communication skills The ability to obtain a security clearance is required Minimum education – a high school diploma is required A minimum of 5 years of experience in Spectrum Management and RF safety with relevant electrical engineering training may substitute for educational requirements Desired Qualifications: BSEE degree desired Ability to prepare and submit DD-1494 forms on behalf of programs Ability to travel to IDS locations around the country and potentially overseas in support of IDS programs an business pursuits Competent with MS Project, MS Access, Spectrum XXI, and ELCID Ability to prepare technical proposals The ability to develop and update Spectrum Management and EEEC policies and procedures Team leadership and task management experience is helpful Bring your talent and skills to the following IDS group: Electrical Design Directorate (EDD): EDD provides engineering design, integration and production to core radar and combat system competencies (process and control, integration and test, power systems, receivers and exciters, antennas and microwave subassemblies). EDD has responsibility for the following areas: Phased Array Radar design – RF/microwave antenna design Power and Electronic systems design Receiver & Exciter Design – REX System Analysis, Exciter Design, Receiver Design, Low Noise Sources, Simulation and Modeling, Metrology, Integration and Test Mixed Signal Design – Receiver A/D Converters, Direct Digital Converters, Receiver D/A Converters, Digital Waveform Generators, Mixed Signal CCAs, Mixed Signal Modules and Subsystems Digital Hardware – Subsystem/Module Digital Circuits, FPGA/ASICs, Beam Steering, Mixed Process/Photonics/Sensors, COTS systems, COTS interfaces, Subsystem Development, VME/PCI Digital Systems – System Trades, Architecture, Embedded Processing Software Design – Real-time Signal Processing, Beam Steering, Embedded Software Photonics Design – Fiber Optic Communication, Optical Control Within EDD, the Antenna and Microwave Department has responsibility for the following: Antenna Systems – Antenna System Analysis, Array Analysis, Electromagnetic Analysis, Array Calibration and BITE, Signal Level Analysis, Assembly, Integration and Test Antenna/Microwave Subsystems – Phased Array Subsystems, High Power Subsystems, Antenna Subsystems, Signal Level Analysis, Subsystem Integration and Test RF/Microwave Design – Simulation and Layout, Passive Circuits, Amplifiers, Ferrites, Component Test, Material Characterization Antenna Design – Radiating Elements, Reflectors, Feedhorns, Radomes/Frequency Selective Surfaces, Simulation and Layout, Antenna Test Members of the Antenna and Microwave Department hold key roles in all of Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) programs. An example of work performed in this department is phased array antenna design – and the analysis of array performance, including time side lobes, noise figure, noise floor, and other parameters.

This work requires an engineer familiar with the use of numerical modeling techniques and tools to determine the impact of array performance on radar or communication system performance. Working in this department involves close cooperation and communication with other engineering disciplines including systems, mechanical and software. Engineers in this department also follow their designs into production supporting manufacturing operations and system integration and test functions. Teamwork, trust and accurate results are essential to the success of working in this department within the Electrical Design Directorate.

Other examples of work performed within the Antenna and Microwave department include: design of Radio Frequency, Microwave and Millimeter Wave circuits, components or modules for use in radar or communication systems and measurement of subsystems using antenna test techniques, equipment and facilities. Keywords: EEEC, RF, Spectrum, Microwave, Electrical, Radars 93326

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