Typical activities may include;Drafting test specifications and schedules.Conduct radio link testing in a laboratory environment.Support off-site trials, this may include deployment of system as part of a team.Supporting system integration into military platforms.Trouble-shooting communications system issuesTo collate data, conduct analysis and provide an effective presentation of test resultsProviding reports - Test results, progress reports to a project manager or senior test engineer.Providing a presentation to a small group. Essential Personal Qualities and Behavioural RequirementsAble to work collaboratively within teamsAptitude for practical, hands-on work, e.g. integration and test activitiesAble to follow processes and procedures, and able to work responsibly in safety-critical environments, e.g. in and around military platforms.ProfessionalOn occasions, willing to travel within the UK and potentially overseas. OtherCandidate should be a British national and be willing to undergo appropriate security checks. The successful candidate has the potential to gain knowledge and experience across a number of domains and skills, typically;Consultancy skills - interaction with various stakeholders.System Engineering - engineering lifecycle from requirements capture through acceptance, design, manufacture and introduction into Service.Security - Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC), Communications Security.Technical research - in voice, data, networking and multimedia technologies and services.Design, development and integration of applications into complex deployed communications systems.