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Network Communications Engineer

Description

Vantage Partners, LLC is a multi-disciplinary engineering services company providing progressive solutions to projects within the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the NASA prime contractor community. 

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Description:

Work with a NASA Glenn Research Center engineering team supporting the Power and Propulsion Element contract in its use of all network components of the communication subsystems, including common terrestrial network architectures and CCSDS specific protocols.   With a focus on networking subsystems, perform the following tasks:  1) Review documents and prepare for technical milestone reviews, 2) Participate in contract/subcontract Technical Interchange Meetings and technical reviews. 3) Perform independent trade studies and analysis of the project contractor(s) network communication subsystems, 4) Assess network architecture design for technical risks and supporting the development of risk statements and mitigation approaches, 5)  Develop gap assessment to capture the gaps between the project (PPE) contractor requirements and Gateway project interface specification, and between the PPE contractor requirements and the current SCaN networks.

 

Required Qualifications:

  • Senior computer network engineer with relevant experience developing networked applications or architectures
  • Experience with communication and network technologies and concepts 
  • Experience with TCP/IP protocol layers and their service models, Application layer protocols, Network layer routing algorithms
  • Experience with data link protocols, preferably including protocols commonly used in space links: DVBS, AOS, etc.
  • Understanding of common security protocols and techniques, including key exchanges, certificates, etc.  
  • Understanding of delay or disruption tolerant networking (DTN) and knowledge of space communication standards and procedures.
  • U.S. citizenship is required

 

Other Desired Skills:

  • Familiarity with NASA ground network infrastructure/operations for support of Space programs (i.e. Space Communication and Networking (SCaN) architecture)

 

Education/Experience:

  • BS/MS in Network/Electrical Engineering
  • 8-15 years of experience

 

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https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/at-jobopportunities.php?clientkey=0DF0D496C43889B2EDEB6D8B5043142D

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