The Army Reprogramming Analysis Team – Program Office (ARAT-PO) is looking for an experienced individual, preferably with prior military experience, to join our team as a Threat Analyst to provide support services to the Threat Analysis (TA) Branch within ARAT-PO. The Threat Analyst shall be responsible for threat analysis and geo-tailored Mission Data Set (MDS) support for the ARAT-TA Branch and to provide intelligence data and threat information for Aircraft Survivability Equipment and Electronic Warfare systems fielded to the US Army. This position requires strong analytical skills and an engineering background to be effective. Incumbent must have strong problem-solving skills; be resourceful and able to work independently in support of multiple on-going MDS managed by the ARAT-TA.
Analyze and interpret EWIR database and translating to Threat Analysis Specifications (TAS) to support Mission Data Set development for the AN/APR-39 and AN/APR-48 family system.
Perform independent reviews of intelligence briefings, reports and information/issue papers produced by Service Production Centers.
Analyze the Order of Battle (OOB) and extracting weapon systems and emitters information from the OOB to create Threat Coordination Packages (TCP).
Analyze and review test sheets and ensuring the outcome of the test results match the system threat requirements from the TAS.
Create Mission Data Sets Aviator Product documentation for aircrew.
Active Secret clearance
5 years experience
Four additional years of applicable experience may be substituted for the degree
Understand RF simulations and modeling.
Excellent team building and motivational skills.
Experience with Aircraft Survivability Equipment and/or Electronic Warfare systems.
Understand ASE systems such as the AN/APR-39 and AN/APR-48 capabilities and limitations.
Prior experience with the software engineering life-cycle development process.
Ability to independently conduct research and gather information related to threats and intelligence data.