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cchancey46
09-10-2009, 11:10 PM
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: NONE

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) is seeking a Signals Analyst to
support the Helmet Mounted Sensor Recorded Blast Data in Combat Program
at
the United States Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL) at Fort
Rucker, Alabama. HJF provides administrative and management support to
USAARL.

The United States Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL) was
originally established as the United States Army Aeromedical Research
Unit
(USAARU) in October 1962. As envisioned by Major General Spurgen Neel,
U.S.
Army (Retired), the unit's mission was to provide direct aviation
medical
research support to all Army aviation and airborne activities, and to
provide a central aeromedical research and reference library. Technical
evaluation of aircraft and personnel equipment, aeromedical in-flight
observations, and field problems analysis reported by other aviation
agencies were part of the unit's early research program.

Responsibilities:
1. Responsible for technical support and supervision of operations
and
auxiliary equipment in laboratory and field research studies.
2. Initiates, designs, implements and evaluates.
3. Signals studies and data supporting the research project.
4. Designs and implements various Signals studies.
5. Provides consultation regarding study design, statistical
analysis
and interpretations of the research.
6. Organizes raw data in forms suitable for analysis; organize and
analyze large sets of data.
7. Organizes results of studies into written form for publication,
presentation, or dissemination; additionally, formulate policies and
practices for interventions indicated by analyses.
8. Assists fellow researchers as needed regarding study designs and
analyses.
9. Completes other projects as needed.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Includes application of the following Signals Analysis fundamentals:
* Transient signals of Impact and Blast Mechanical Vibration
* Modal Analysis
* Frequency and Time Analysis
* Experience in using Numerical Methods
* Pattern Recognition and Characterization
* Strong theoretical and computational methods
* Statistical analysis
* Batch processing for large data sets
* Program and write code
* Utilize Research code
* Familiarity with Pressure and Acceleration traces
* Engineering Mechanics and Dynamics
* Sound Propagation

Requires proficiency in data analysis and presentation techniques using
more
than one of the following: MS Word / Excel / Power Point, Matlab, DPlot,
Sigma Plot, and Sigma Stat.

Writing: Presents findings and results, in writing or orally, for higher
level review or publication (Tech Reports, Presentations).

Minimum Education/Training Requirements: Master's degree in Electrical
Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Physicists degree (Doctorate
preferred)

Minimum Experience: 2 to 4 related years

Physical Capabilities: Ability to sit in front of computer for long
periods
of time

Work Environment: Laboratory and Field environment

Other Requirements: U.S. citizenship required. Ability to obtain a
Secret
security clearance required.

Please apply on-line at www.hjf.org/careers Please put the job number
204076 in the Job Opening ID box under Advanced Search. OR please fax
your
resume to 240-314-7334. Please specify title and job number on fax.

HJF is a nonprofit medical research organization that provides support
services to the military medical community and offers a competitive
salary
and generous benefits package.
AA/EEO

For a comprehensive list of our benefits, please visit:
http://www.hjf.org/careers/benefits.html

HJF administers innovative medical research, supports education and
training, and facilitates collaborations between the military and
private
medical communities. We provide comprehensive management and scientific
services for more than 600 basic, clinical and applied research projects
conducted around the globe. We also support continuing medical education
programs for more than 160 military medical research and treatment
facilities, and military medical organizations.


Valeta Carol Chancey, Ph.D.
Research Biomedical Engineer
USAARL
6901 Andrews Ave
Ft. Rucker, AL 36362
(334) 255-6952

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: NONE