AASKI Technology, Inc.

  • Digital Radio Test Engineer I

    Job Location US-MD-Aberdeen Proving Ground
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(12/31/2019 10:17 AM)
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  • Overview

    AASKI Technology is a dynamic government services and solutions provider to multi-faceted Military and Commercial sectors. By creating a highly stable work environment centered on fulfilling our customers’ needs, AASKI fosters a challenging work environment for its employees. 


    US Citizenship and the ability to maintain a DoD security clearance required.


    The candidate will assist C5ISR Center, S&TCD, Tactical Radios Branch, in supporting their clients, with technical investigations related to Tactical Radio products, such as the Handheld radio, Manpack radio product lines, and associated C5ISR network appliances (such as the Joint Battle Command – Platform, Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System, Pocket-sized Forward Entry Device, Maneuver Fires Control System, and Nett Warrior Systems). The candidate will primarily work in a laboratory environment involved in the configuration, operation and testing of digital radios, mission control systems, and associated networks, utilizing networking and analysis equipment, computer programs, and other test equipment to verify performance, investigate reported anomalies, debug issues, and support formal tests, exercises, and demonstrations. The candidate should have a knowledge of communications theory and RF engineering. Some software development background and an understanding of software-defined radios and waveforms is a plus. The Radio Test Engineer will work closely with leadership and other engineers in the Lab and with on-site Test Officers during formal test events such as Qualification Tests (QTs), Customer Tests (CTs), Developmental Tests (DTs), and Operational Tests (OTs). The Test Engineer will assist in the technical design, coordination and execution of Regression Tests, QTs, CTs, DTs and OT Test events. The Test Engineer will assist in the reduction, analysis, and presentation of test data, and assist with the generation of detailed Test Plans, Test Procedures and Test Reports. The candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills, and be able to effectively interact with members of the Army acquisition and stakeholder community. The Test Engineer will report directly to the Technical Execution Lead, and will provide regular updates and weekly status reports to communicate progress of assigned tasks. The position may require up to 50% travel, but more typically 25% travel or less.


    • Active Secret security clearance required
    • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Software Engineering discipline required
    • 5 years of experience required
    • Experience working with digital communications devices
    • Good knowledge of IP internetworking
    • Some familiarity with mobile interfaces, mobile interaction guidelines and best practices
    • Some knowledge of Android computing environment and mobile applications design and development a plus
    • 25-50% travel required

    AASKI provides an excellent package of comprehensive benefits for full-time employees beginning the first day of employment.

    • Medical, Dental and Vision insurance.
    • 10 Paid Holidays; 3 weeks Paid Time Off.
    • 401k Retirement Plan with employer match.
    • Life Insurance and AD&D; Voluntary Supplemental Life Insurance and AD&D.
    • Long and Short Term Disability.
    • Flexible Spending Account.
    • Discounted Legal Service, Income Protection, Discounted Home & Auto.
    • And more!

    An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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