Raytheon Technologies Reverse Engineer - FL in Melbourne, Florida
Raytheon Technologies is a premier engineering company that provides technical solutions in software development and systems engineering to address security challenges and support our customers’ missions. Raytheon hires industry-leading professionals and treats them like industry-leading professionals.
Raytheon Technologies’ CODEX (Cyber Offense and Defense Experts) division brings together an elite team of mission-focused industry experts who are well known for their ability to overcome the most advanced technical challenges. The team comprises engineers of multiple disciplines including vulnerability research, reverse engineering, CNO/CNE development, hardware emulation, system engineering, data analytics and test engineering.
Here at CODEX, we are passionate about technical excellence and innovation. That’s why we only take on work that is hard, engaging and meaningful. We foster an environment where pushing the limits of our technical ability is the norm. Occasional failure does not deter us. True innovation comes from trying new things and seeing what works. We understand that this approach can be challenging so we take our breaks seriously, too! Smash Bros©, D&D© and tabletop games fill our free time. Surfers and Nerf assassins roam our halls. Wicked program artwork and random memes cover our walls. Our cafes are fully stocked with free snacks and beverages and lunch is catered weekly. We strive to create a relaxed culture with an unmatched rate of mission results.
In addition to competitive salaries, CODEX offers excellent benefits for you and your family: competitive medical, dental and vision plans, child, elderly and dependent-care programs, mental health resources, tuition assistance, employee discount programs, 401k matching, flexible work schedules (depending on program), a peer recognition and reward system and performance-based bonuses.
RF Engineer at CODEX
Our mission covers a wide range of cyber targets, anything form major consumer electronics to proprietary one-off systems. If it runs code, we have probably looked at it (or will soon.) If you want to find and develop non-traditional methods of reversing and acquiring access to computer-based systems AND get paid, this is the place for you.
A Senior RF Engineer is responsible for investigating and developing RF technologies and techniques. The candidate will also be responsible for validating the resulting RF concepts through test, measurement and characterization in an RF lab environment. Assignments will range from initial research and prototyping to full solution development.
All candidates must be US citizens and be able to obtain and maintain a government security clearance.
8+ years of related experience
Understanding of RF systems including: antennas, power amplifiers, RF circuits, analog circuits, A/D & D/A converters
Understanding of various modulation techniques such as: ASK, PSK, FSK and QAM
Knowledge of radio architectures including radio topics such as: PA compression, intermodulation, phase noise, harmonics, products, LO leakage, etc.
Prior RF lab environment experience with extensive knowledge of assorted test equipment
Experience in radio design / trouble-shooting with expertise in RF
Use expertise to perform reverse engineering to find root cause through unique test bench setup.
Progressive technical (hands-on) experience related to Embedded Systems/Software Engineering architecture, requirements, determination, development, and implementation
U.S. Citizen as this position will require the ability to access US only data systems
Experience as a task lead for small (<10 engineers) teams
Ability to mentor engineers with less RF knowledge/experience
Good problem solving, prioritization, planning skills, highly motivated and result focused
Microprocessors architecture and programming: Digital signal processors, microcontrollers, etc.
Familiarity with FPGA development, including algorithm design and VHDL implementation
Familiarity with networking and wireless protocols
Demonstrated working knowledge of secure systems technologies, methodologies, policies and guidelines
Experience with Embedded design/development/implementation in at least one of the following areas: Anti-Tamper (HW, SW, Systems), Cybersecurity, Software Assurance
Ability to interact with customers to define requirements, solutions, trades, costs, implementation, system impacts, and effectiveness
- Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering or Physics discipline preferred
Current TS/SCI is strongly preferred, active Top Secret Clearance required
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.