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Working As An Electronic Warfare Specialist

  • $67,080

    Average Salary

What Does An Electronic Warfare Specialist Do At Northrop Grumman

* Prepares Joint Master Significant Events List (JMSEL) injects to build Scenario Design storylines that support the exercise scenario plan for MCTP simulation exercises.
* As a EW Planner designs the replication of Electronic Warfare (EW) aspects of the Operating Environment (OE) existing in full spectrum Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) operations in order to develop current, relevant, campaign quality, joint and expeditionary Mission Command instincts and skills in the training audience.
* Be familiar with Army and Joint doctrine, tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP), planning and execution at the tactical and operational levels in a variety of Army and Joint organizations.
* Assist OC/Ts in oversight and integration of EW storylines/threads with (1) MCTP OPSGPS, (2) Joint Staff, J7 Doctrine Training Team (DTT), (3) Sister Service training teams.
* Assist OC/Ts to ensure they have included comprehensive storylines that integrate EW strategic partners into exercises.
* Ensures fidelity of the scenario design is maintained throughout the exercise period.
* Provide EW expertise to the Exercise Control Group (ECG).
* Inputs JMSEL injects into the exercise, coordinates inter-agency activities in support of the scenario and generates reports as directed.
* May deploy to various countries, as required, in support of U
* S. military operations

What Does An Electronic Warfare Specialist Do At The KeyW Corporation

* Serve as a wireless Subject Matter Expert.
* Operate all assigned electronic warfare equipment.
* Conduct wireless vulnerability assessments and exploit wireless networks of assessed organizations.
* Provide innovative recommendations for threat mitigation by isolating, blocking, or removing threat access and evaluating system security configurations.
* Perform regular public speaking roles.
* Coordinate, facilitate, and develop training materials and products.
* Assess new technology, software applications, and devices relevant to Information Operations (IO).
* Travel: Provide support as an EW SME member of a vulnerability assessment team.
* Provide TDY support for 1
* week periods 6
* times per year.
* TDY support is primarily CONUS-based, but does include limited OCONUS trips to Europe or SE Asia

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  • White

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • Carrier

  • Arabic

  • Swedish

  • Turkish

  • German

  • Hindi

  • Urdu

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Top Electronic Warfare Specialist Skills

  1. Personnel
  2. Combat
  3. Procedures
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Conducted data analysis; created reports; oversaw training; managed supplies; and performed administrative and personnel support functions.
  • Organized briefings on the role Electronic Warfare (EW) plays in combat to all levels of leadership.
  • Used blueprints and schematics to reveal install/removal procedures and proper operation.
  • Obtained Secret security clearance while enlisted.
  • Diagnosed malfunctions using technical orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, integrated test systems and other test equipment.

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