The Advanced Sensor Systems and Testbeds Group supports the Department of Defense (DoD) by designing and developing modern sensor systems and components to enable a ballistic missile defense system. The group has a long-term association with the Reagan Test Site (RTS) at the Kwajalein Missile Range and has played a key role in developing the sophisticated radar instrumentation at RTS. The group's sensor systems expertise is being extended to support ranges involved in ballistic missile defense system testing throughout the entire Pacific region and to design test beds that support discrimination algorithm testing and sensor fusion experiments. This group is also investigating the system architecture and signal processing concepts associated with a radical radar design approach for the next generation of discrimination radar sensors.
About the Position
Complete IT hardware/software support for 100+ users. Complete operating system installations and troubleshooting for Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 2003/2008 Server, Linux RedHat, Suse, Ubuntu, and Gentoo. Configure and maintain network infrastructure within the LAN between Windows and UNIX/Linux as well as connections to the LAN from remote locations. Assist staff members in troubleshooting hardware, software and network problems. Develop and maintain Group web site using Dreamweaver, PHP, and HTML. Assist in developing our growing network infrastructure. Work on existing projects and help develop new projects aimed at improving the group's computer requirements.
Currently enrolled in college in a CS/CE program with at least a 3.0 GPA
At least one year of direct related experience on PCs, workstations, and telecommunications equipment.
Must be knowledgeable with various operating systems.
Windows XP, Windows 7 Windows 2003/2008 Server, Mac OS, LINUX (SuSe, RedHat, Ubuntu, etc.), VMWare and Vsphere
Familiarity with Microsoft application software, as well as other application software and should have a basic understanding of networking.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory - 17 months ago