Hot Job: Electronic Warfare Instructor

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The position: Electronic Warfare Instructor for Northrop Grumman Technical Services

Location: Lawton, Okla.

Job duties: Support the delivery via the Mobile Training Team of electronic warfare training to soldiers, warrant officers and other personnel. The job entails planning, integrating and synchronizing electronic warfare assets for Army brigade and division level operations. Employee will prepare training materials, develop training aids, oversee classroom configurations and facilitate After Action Reviews.

The company: Northrop Grumman is a global security company based in Los Angeles with 120,000 employees working throughout the U.S. and clients around the world. The company specializes in aerospace, electronics, information systems, shipbuilding and technical services.

Requirements: This position requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent, plus 10 years experience related to electronic warfare. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required. Candidate must be able to communicate difficult concepts to a variety of audiences, be knowledgeable about electronic warfare doctrine and fundamentals including theory and application of electricity, radio wave fundamentals, radar systems and cellular/satellite communications. Also, the candidate should be able to accomplish complicated tasks with minimal supervision. Proficiency in MS Office programs, including Outlook, Word and Excel is also required. Candidates must have a Top Secret clearance and a valid U.S. passport. Knowledge of foreign electronic warfare systems is a plus, as is current TRADOC instructor qualification.

Extra perks: Aside from the chance to work on some really cool projects, Northrop Grumman employees get tuition reimbursement, emergency childcare and elder care, relocation assistance and a group legal plan.

Interesting info: Northrop Grumman builds the satellites that have served as the space-borne segment of NORAD's Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment system since 1970.

Other opportunities: The company has many openings related to research and engineering. They need a Chinese linguist, a flight operations space systems engineer, an imagery analysis instructor and an aircraft structures mechanic.

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