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Georgia Employer COMMUNICATIONS AND CONFIGURATION SPECIALIST in Marietta, Georgia

Job DescriptionPosition Summary:The Candidate shall assist in the day to day system operation and maintenance of communication systems to support the CNGT program. The Candidate shall assist in site surveys by conducting or participating as a subject matter expert, subject matter expert exchanges (SMEEs), and other specialized USAF support provided to PNs in support of CD/CNT requirements. The Candidate will support analyzation of data from host nation's sites for anomalies. The Candidate shall support set-up and teardown of site equipment in support of CNGT deployment missions. As required, Candidate will support efforts in DD1067 documentation and tracking of forms. Responsibilities:The Candidate shall directly monitor the operational status and analyze the performance of sensors supporting the DoD D&M mission. Sensors my include the Tethered Aerostat Radars (TARS), US Ground Based Radars (GBRs), PN GBRs, Tactical Data Link (TADIL), Coastal maritime radar, ADS-B, AIS, etc. Intel and quality analysis shall be conducted utilizing tools such as Radar Data Interface System (RDIS), Radar Evaluation Squadron (RADES) System III/IV (RS3/4) software, CDRADES, Radar Analysis Program (RAP) software and other miscellaneous analysis tools provided by the Government or developed by the Contractor. Education/Certifications:High School Diploma or Equivalent (Bachelor's degree desired)Qualifications and Requirements:- Must pass a federal background check and drug screen- Must have an active Secret security clearance.- Must be willing to travel, up to 25% of the time- At least 5 years of technical experience with 3 years of hands-on experience in supporting communications networks.- Experience with coordinating and working with other agencies such as ACC, AMIC, ESC, AFSOUTH, and JIATF-S/J6- Configuration management experience- Be able to assist in providing technical support and guidance on sustaining the MASS Satellite Communications (SATCOM) network and internet.- Be able to assist in analyzing PN radar data and developing/implementing integration solutions.- Be able to interface with AF and DoD organizations and service providers to ensure continuous SATCOM service to the MASS program.- Be able to draft sustainment plans, assess logistics supportability and configuration issues, and provide cost-effectiveness and trade-off analyses in support of ACC CD/CNT Program requirements- Maintain a documentation repository for baseline configuration control of the MASS Prime Mission Equipment (PME). PME includes the SATCOM terminals and all associated Communications-Electronics (CE) equipment; all radios and associated CE equipment; TPS 70/75/78 Radar Vans, Antennas and ancillary equipment; and 400 Hz Power Generators.- Document AF Form 1067s for correcting deficiencies, modifications of existing equipment, swap-outs of existing equipment, and acquisition of equipment/system upgrades.- Track the status of 1067 documents through the technical review by the CWG and reviews/voting by the CCB members- Support the deployment/employment/installation of CD/CNT radar, communications, and display systems.Equal Opportunity EmployerRace/Color/Sex/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Disability/Vet

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