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Technical Analyst

Company Name:
Booz Allen Hamilton
Title: Technical Analyst
Location: Maryland-Hanover
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Key Role:
Perform signals, protocol, and network analysis for a cutting edge US government client mission. Work in a dynamic role with true end-to-end mission engagement. Work collaboratively with the local team and distributed partners. Comprehend the layered communications and computer design of the OSI model, a wide range of Layer 2 communication protocols, and the TCP/IP protocol suite.
Basic Qualifications:
-3 years of experience with SIGINT, SIGDEV, or digital network intelligence
-2 years of experience with network protocol analysis
-2 years of experience with analysis of VSAT networks and systems
-Experience with analytical tool sets for analog and digital signals analysis, including SAT, WVT, DVT, PktSwing, or Wireshark
-Knowledge of modulation, demodulation, forward error correction, randomization, and packet analysis
-Knowledge of modulation schemes, including PSK, QAM, or OFDM and channel access methods, including TDMA or FDMA
-Ability to show completion of 451/452 Intermediate or Advanced Communications Signals Analysis Course
-TS/SCI clearance with a polygraph
-BA or BS degree
Additional Qualifications:
-Experience with reverse engineering or vulnerability analysis
-Knowledge of protocols associated with wireless technologies, including VPN or VoIP
-Ability to perform research and analysis using all-source resources to stay abreast of the wireless technologies
-BA or BS degree in EE
Clearance:
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance with polygraph is required.
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