Requires strong expertise in the area of inertial navigation solutions, inertial measurement technology, precision time sources, time transfer, global positioning systems, RF and non-RF positioning, fiber optic gyros, atomic clocks, quantum devices, interferometry precision, optical comb filters, electro-magnetic propagation, gravitometry, electro-magnetic scattering and other phenomenology as applied to state of the art navigation solutions.
Experience in the science of navigation and timing in a way that will allow the candidate to contribute to both GPS and non-GPS approaches to navigation.
The candidate should have demonstrated relevant science and technology experience and a thorough working knowledge of the phenomenology, development, and application of PNT technology in relation to naval requirements.
Secret clearance (SSBI or Top Secret preferred)
Educational and professional experience:
Relevant publications, patents, citations, and awards.
Broad naval operational and staff experience across the sub-surface, surface, and aviation communities.
Relevant certification, such as, Professional Engineering, that enable advising on the approval of test and human safety factors during operations and experimentation phases.
Relevant major international program support via NATO or other similar international science and technology organization.
Relevant major acquisition program management experience focused on moving technology from science and technology to acquisition systems.
Relevant development of demonstration and prototype hardware, software and systems.
This individual must have experience in one, or more, of the areas of the required Minimum Skills/Qualifications and a Bachelor of Science (BS) in a relevant field. Individuals with a Master of Science (MS) or a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) are preferred.