Wireless Research Scientist, Standards - Job Order 2890 - Shrewsbury, New Jersey United States - 21709

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Job #: 21709
Title: Wireless Research Scientist, Standards - Job Order 2890
Job Location: Shrewsbury, New Jersey - United States
Employment Type:
Salary: $125,000.00 - $150,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
Relocation Paid?: Negotiable


They are more than a research lab; they are an innovation hub. They have an entreprenurial spirit molding technology of the future. They are involved in cybersecurity, data analytics, advanced networking, wireless and mobility, display technologies, optical and quantum, power grid and IoT security, and electronic warfare. The industries they work in include smart cities and smart phones, intelligent battlefields and autonomous systems, telecommunications, energy, finance, government, life sciences and defense. They have 225 scientists, engineers and analysts on staff, 260+ issued, licensed and pending patents. They have more than 125 PhD's on staff, 40+ collaborations with universities, research organizations and vendors. Additionally they have 100+ on-going customer-funded research and technology programs.

This job will enable you to get a clearance which guarantees job security and high pay. The fields of wireless communication and cyber security are hot areas for gaining experience.


Support for legacy based National Security / Emergency Preparedness priority telecommunication services transition to Next Generation Networks (NGN) Priority Services to keep pace with Public Switched Network (PSN) evolution. The project focuses on standards support and participation required to support the migration of legacy priority services to NGN/4G/5G networks and platforms. NGN Priority Services are intended to be standards-based to ensure interoperability. The project provides the requisite engineering to identify and promote interoperability standards to support priority telecommunications. In supporting standards, the project provides technical expertise to conduct planning, technical/traffic analysis, requirements and engineering necessary to enhance NGN Priority Services technologies and to promote service improvements. 

His/her current interests should involve standards, requirements, and consultation. Should be knowledgeable of NGN, Internet Protocol (IP) Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), 4G/Long Term Evolution (LTE), 5G, and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Knowledge and experience in priority services (e.g., Government Emergency Telecommunications Service (GETS), Wireless Priority Service (WPS), Emergency, and Public Safety) is desirable. He/she should have experience in standards development in one or more major standards organizations, including experience in dealing with participants from service providers and equipment vendors. 



Requires 10 to 12 years with BS/BA or 8 to 10 years with MS/MA or 5 to 7 years with PhD. 

Experience working in standards organizations (e.g., ATIS committee/subcommittee, 3GPP specification group/subgroup, ITU-T, Broadband Forum).
Expert knowledge in NGN, IMS, 4G/LTE, 5G, and VoIP architectures, requirements, and protocols.
Travel to attend national and international standards meetings.
Suitability clearance to work on a Government project.

University - Master's Degree