Counter Intelligence & /SIGINT/HUMINT/MASINT jobs in Virginia (6)

  • 07/30/2021 | ENSCO, Inc. | Springfield -VA -USA
    ENSCO s National Security Solutions Division is actively seeking a dynamic, entrepreneurial-focused business leader specializing in Department of Defense (DOD) and Intelligence Community (IC) government contracting with extensive experience in business development, » 
  • 07/30/2021 | ENSCO, Inc. | Springfield -VA -USA
    ENSCO, Inc. is seeking a Sr. Electrical Engineer to work in our Sensors group. Tasking may include circuit card design, lab testing of electronics, soldering/rework of prototype and production electronics, field work, embedded firmware development, and test software development. 
  • 07/30/2021 | ENSCO, Inc. | Springfield -VA -USA
    ENSCO, Inc. is seeking an experienced, forward-thinking Sr. Technical Program Manager to lead a team of talented scientists and engineers in the design, development, testing and troubleshooting of custom sensor solutions for a highly valued customer. A successful candidate » 
  • 07/30/2021 | ENSCO, Inc. | Springfield -VA -USA
    ENSCO s National Security Solutions Division is looking for an AI/ML Solutions Architect/Technical Director. The selected candidate will support both the division and company in expanding our AI/ML capabilities and business to new customers and markets. The successful candidate is expected » 
  • 07/30/2021 | ENSCO, Inc. | Springfield -VA -USA
    ENSCO, Inc. is seeking an Electrical Engineer to work in our Sensors group. Tasking may include circuit card design, lab testing of electronics, soldering/rework of prototype and production electronics, field work, embedded firmware development, and test software development. 
  • 07/30/2021 | ENSCO, Inc. | Arlington -VA -USA
    ENSCO, Inc. is seeking a self-motivated Systems Engineer to provide IT support to our Federal Customer. The Engineer will perform Tier 1, 2, and 3 level support, implement Classified Network policies, procedures, and standards within the DoD, conduct vulnerability research, track trouble »