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  • Sr. Telemetry Engineer

    Location US-FL-Orlando
    Job ID
    15964
    Zip
    32819
  • Overview

    Aerojet Rocketdyne Coleman Aerospace is looking for a Telemetry Engineer for it's Orlando, FL location.

     

    The Coleman Aerospace Telemetry Team is responsible for the design, implementation, testing, and operation of telemetry systems used for the collection of launch vehicle data during ground testing and flight.  

     

    The successful candidate will be self-motivated, detail oriented, and able to work both independently and within a team environment.

     

     

    This current opening may be filled at this  level as posted or at one level higher.

    Essential Job Functions (Including % of Time for Each)

    30% - Provide telemetry support during system level testing and flight mission operations.

     

    30% - Perform telemetry stream design, database development, and data post-processing.

     

    30% - Support the generation of telemetry displays based on the needs of real-time data reviewers for each flight mission.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Requirements

    Required:

    • Looking for 3-5 years of professional experience working with telemetry collection systems
    • B.S. in a related Engineering field
    • Experience in RF transmit subsystems and associated components for proper setup of telemetry transmitters, antennas, coupling devices, cabling, and test equipment used to test those components
    • Experience in telemetry RF path characteristics and the variables requiring careful considerations for mission planning
    • Experience in receiving system characteristics for obtaining radiated telemetry data
    • Working knowledge of antennas, feeds, filters, RF signal distribution, receivers and combiners
    • Familiar with the use of oscilloscopes, test equipment, and probes including network analyzers for measuring magnitude and phase of input RF signals and spectrum analyzers for analyzing frequency spectrums
    • Familiarization with Pulse-Code Modulation (PCM) and other similar technologies
    • Previous experience reading, understanding, and writing C/C++ source code.
    • The candidate must be capable of obtaining an FAA Class III (or higher) medical certificate, able to meet USAF Aerospace physiological standards, satisfactorily complete the associated training, and willing to participate in launch operations aboard USAF aircraft
    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills to include report writing, requirements derivation, and documentation, as well as design review presentations
    • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a U.S. Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance

    Desired:

    • Strongly desired that the candidate have experience in writing/maintaining object oriented C/C++ code in support of data reduction and post-processing
    • Previous experience working on Range Commander’s Council (RCC) requirements
    • Experience in operating and troubleshooting RF systems

     

    This current opening may be filled at this  level as posted or at one level higher.

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