Raytheon Technologies Systems Engineer II – Advanced Algorithms in El Segundo, California
Raytheon Intelligence & Space (RI&S) is seeking top candidates to redefine the possible in the radio-frequency (RF) domain.
Come join the RI&S Advanced Concepts & Technology (ACT) team and help lead the way in the advanced RF technology domain by solving the most challenging problems facing our customers!
We are seeking a highly skilled Systems Engineer II in Advanced Algorithms.
This role will support a variety of programs that are defining, creating, and fielding the next-generation RF technologies and capabilities that are needed by our national defense force in order to meet and surpass the threats of today and beyond.
Due to the wide variety of programs supported by our team, the exact skillset needed or emphasized depends on the specific program. However, in this role candidates will perform some subset of the following RF-domain-specific activities:
Design, implement, and validate algorithms for RF digital signal processing, data fusion, target tracking, and automated resource management, using both simulated and real-time demonstration data
Design and advance the state-of-the-art of next-generation, multi-function RF systems architectures and interfaces via systems engineering requirements development and trade studies
Modeling and simulation of sensor phenomenology, both for RF sensors (e.g. radar, Air-to-Air capabilities, Air-to-Ground capabilities, Electronic Support Measures) and sensors outside the RF spectrum (e.g., EO/IR)
Modeling and simulation of sensor network performance using tools produced internally or provided by external customers or groups
Develop and extend automated analysis tools for reducing large data sets and producing analysis outputs, e.g., RF sensor I/Q data, sensor measurement data, tracker measurement data
Design and apply AI/ML algorithms and techniques to problems in the RF domain
Collaborate closely within a multi-disciplinary team of systems, software, and hardware engineers
Interface with technical team leads on a regular basis in a fast-paced environment
Clearance Requirement: Must have an Active Secret clearance
Experience developing mathematical algorithms or quantitative analysis techniques
Experience with MATLAB, Python, C/C++, or related programming languages
Knowledge of radar or similar RF systems
Strong mathematical background
Experience in data analysis and mathematical problem solving
Experience with advanced RF processing techniques such as adaptive filtering, space-time adaptive processing (STAP), synthetic aperture radar (SAR)
Experience in advanced data fusion and target tracking techniques such as Kalman filtering, multi-hypothesis tracking
Experience with development best practices/frameworks, e.g., Agile, DevSecOps
Experience developing analysis and real-time software in both Linux/Unix and Windows environments
Experience in process automation, scripting
Experience performing large-scale analysis and reduction on large data sets
Education Requirements: 2 years of relevant experience and a BS in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM); or a MS in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM)
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.