Responsibilities will align with theater (OCONUS) and CONUS working hours.
Experience required that directly relates to aerostat systems that support sensors and all required support systems.
Experience working with theater Persistent Surveillance Systems (PSS) program and PGSS a plus.
Plans and coordinates program enabling efforts. Helps plan retrogrades, fielding and installing of FMS systems and Support mission PSS requirements.
Attends meetings and coordinates with senior leadership, participates in VTCs and teleconferences.
Coordinates frequently various other Program Managers and is required to process time sensitive requirements in an OCONUS work environment
Recognized at the industry level in a technical field or highly specialized field and is proficient in relevant processes and procedures associated with the principles and practices of assigned areas.
Applies experience, skills, and/or expert knowledge within assigned disciplines to broad, complex assignments.
Creates or uses powerful tools to develop solutions for technical and mechanical application. Able to impart knowledge to others by providing instruction and demonstration.
Provides leadership and direction to others and is a major contributor to planning processes and readiness levels.
Provides expert technical analyses and advice in specific technical areas to support management, organizational and business decisions.
Delivers mentoring, training, and/or providing subject matter expertise, in support of OCONUS forces, as directed by the designated Team, Section, and/or Site Lead(s) or those otherwise specified by supervisor and complying with all rules and regulations set forth by the Department of Defense while working on Aerostats and sensor systems in support of FMS.
Advise and assist in sustainment training for local nationals on PSS and the TIF-25K and 17 meter aerostat systems, to include installation, preventative/corrective maintenance, and repair of all aerostat systems.
Assist local nationals in operation of the basic operator’s course of instruction.
Assist local nationals in maintaining operator proficiency with systems and familiarity with evolving standard operating procedures.
Monitors helium consumption and the transfer of helium to the needed sites.
4 years of job-related experience or equivalent preferred.
Must possess excellent communications and analytical skills; working knowledge of computer systems and integrated software application programs.
Position requires the ability to investigate, troubleshoot and design solutions to problems in specific areas of expertise.
Position requires travel and the ability to pass and maintain a security clearance.
Position requires driver’s license.
Position requires CRC completion
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