Global Command and Control System - Maritime (GCCS-M) On-Site Support Technician MARMC

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Location
Norfolk, VA
Posted
Apr 03, 2017
Closes
May 02, 2017
Function
IT
Industry
Specialty Trades
Hours
Full Time
 

 The candidate shall provide technical support and engineering services for Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC), Code 281 IAW section C.3 of the basic contract and this task order.

 

The candidate  shall provide technical support and assistance to assess, inspect and correct system faults. The candidate shall identify and correct anomalies associated with installation, operation, maintenance and connectivity problems.

 

The candidate shall provide onboard maintenance training to ship’s force technicians in the operation, repair, maintenance and logistics support of the listed systems.

 

The candidate  shall perform functional checks and program review support of C2I systems

 

Approximately 10% of this work is performed in an office setting. The shipboard investigation phase of a task involves considerable walking, climbing and crawling in and around the equipment/system for several hours at a time on hard steel decks. Work is normally required aboard U.S. Naval ships at berth or at buoys within the harbor. Helicopter, aircraft (COD) flights, high line and small boat transfers may be occasionally required.

 

 

  

  

Education  

    Hands-on and US Navy pertinent schooling and training to meet the minimum qualifications. Where applicable, candidate needs to include NECs for schooling.
 

 

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Qualifications Resume shall demonstrate a minimum of 3 years hands-on experience in the troubleshooting, assessment and repair of the following systems. Experience shall have been gained with the last 8 years.

 

    AN/USQ-119 GCCS-M 3.x AN/USQ-172 GCCS-M 4.0 AN/USQ-187 GCCS-M 4.1.1
 

Resume(s) shall demonstrate specific experience gained in the troubleshooting, repair and assessment on the following systems/equipment. While not required, the more experience gained on these systems may be more advantageous to the government. List specific amount of troubleshooting and repair experience after each system including ‘no experience’: Experience may be concurrent.

 

    AN/USQ-151 Joint Tactical Terminal (JTT)AN/USQ-152 TBMCSAN/USQ-188 Radiant MercuryAN/USQ-208 Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services - CANESPassive Link Tap (PLT)
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