An Emanation Security Technical Specialist is required to join The Directorate Navy Engineering certification team, to provide specialist advice to RAN elements, and participate in certification activities.
Supporting the Emanation Security Manager, the duties of the Emanation Security Technical Specialist include travelling to various sites across Australia to perform a range of radio frequency measurements and analysis in support of certification and accreditation of the Navy fleet, Air and Shore units. To perform effectively in the role a significant level of specialist training will need to be undertaken, however a basic understanding of RF systems and the use of electronic test equipment is essential. Technical document analysis, assessment and report writing is an important element of this role, for which excellent IT and communications skills in all formats (including radio communications), is essential.
About our Team
Data Networks Cell supports Navy’s Director General of Engineering, by managing an enterprise Engineering Local Area Network and through the provision of Subject Matter Expertise on Navy Command Control and Communications including Tactical Data Links for Navy projects in order to ensure a secure and robust Defence Information Environment at sea. DNC’s Emanation Security Team provides a specialised test capability that involves risk assessment through the measurement and analysis of ships classified systems.
Our Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will need to; be self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision, be able to positively engage and negotiate with a range of individuals, be able to articulate issues and options for resolution in a complex test environment, have an interest in security, have a very high attention to detail, and have the ability to adapt to variable conditions.
The incumbent of this role will be provided training and upskilling to achieve the specialised skills required and grow to be able to provide training to and be able to manage a small team.
This role will require the applicant to be able to obtain an NV2 security clearance, which will require the provision of personal information for assessment by AGSVA.
Application Closing Date: Friday 20 May 2022
For further information please review the job information pack, reference NAVY/01820/22