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This job opening is for a Mission Analyst with a strong interest in simulation and modeling of high-accuracy/high-reliability dynamic systems for mission assured aerospace & marine applications. This job requires an innovative thinker who can take ideas and concepts, turn them into simulations, design high performing algorithms/software, and then develop test techniques to measure their performance in realized systems. Work closely with teams of engineers that develop, design, and evaluate, dynamic systems that make use of navigation and guidance systems and other specialized sensors for various vehicles and applications.
Candidate must have a strong analytical/mathematical background with working knowledge of systems modeling/simulation and algorithm/software design using tools such as MATLAB/SIMULINK. Knowledge of optimal estimation (Kalman filtering) and/or stochastic error modeling highly desired. Strong oral communication and technical writing skills required.
An MS in Engineering (i.e. Aerospace, Electrical, Mechanical, or CS) or Physics with two or more years of related job or academic research experience required.
Applicants selected for this position will be required to obtain and maintain a U.S. Security Clearance.