Maritime Electronics Technician (FSR)- Newport News.

Title: Maritime Electronics Technician (FSR)- Newport News.
Source: MyJobHelper
Category: Government and Policy, Long-Term
Posted On: 2015-03-28T07:27:01.000-04:00
Description:
Company Description: Conley & Associates, Inc. was established in 1983 and incorporated in 1987. Our origins are tied to the Army Watercraft Fleet which is concentrated in the Ft. Eustis, Virginia area. The early foundations of the company centered on the integration and installation of communications and navigation systems on Army Landing Craft, tugs and coastal freighters. Conley also installed and supported the Harbor Master operation at Ft. Eustis, including the systems necessary to communicate with Army vessels deployed throughout much of the world. Our capabilities were quickly augmented by a growing competence in repairing and maintaining heavy automotive and marine equipment, authoring of technical, maintenance and equipment operation manuals, integrating supply chain processes and developing and delivering training for the various products we support.
http://www.conley-inc.com/

Today Conley has grown from our modest beginnings into a total life cycle product support company with offices located in the U.S., the Middle-east and the Pacific Rim. Our headquarters is located in St. Louis, Missouri, with easy access to major inland waterways. We also have a major facility and primary warehouse operation in Newport News, Virginia, which is located in close proximity to both military and commercial maritime customers. Additionally, we have offices in Kuwait, Japan and other areas to support our customers worldwide. As we have grown over the last three decades, Conley now provides a complete array of logistics and product support services tailored to meet the needs of our military and commercial customers. These services range from early engineering design of a system to its ultimate phase out as it approaches the end of its useful life. We have developed significant capabilities and core competencies over the years, including:

Program Management
Maintenance and Repair Services
Training Development and Delivery
Automated Logistics Systems
Technical Documentation and Authoring

Job Description:

Maritime Electronics Technician

This position requires a diverse array of experience, qualifications, and thorough knowledge of navigation and communication equipment types.

Note: FSRs can work from anywhere in the United States.

 

Candidate must possess:


Associate's degree in electronics technology or related field, or a minimum of three years experience with maritime electronics systems preferred.
Must possess the following FCC licenses:

Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS) Operator / Maintainer License
Radiotelephone general operator License
Radar




Currently trained, licensed and/or certified according to OEM requirements for repairing, installing, removing, configuring and supporting all assets, including, but not limited to Radars, ECDIS, Gyro, Steering systems, GMDSS, AIS, GPS, Depth and Speed Log, MTS, BFT, BGAN, Inter communication and tactical communication systems that include but not limited to the following OEMs Raytheon, Sailor, Harris, SAAB / SeaTel, Hose McCann, EMI equipment as well as various tactical communications and navigation platforms.

Security clearance: Individual must have or be eligible for a security clearance.

Location: This position will include periodic overseas rotations to Bahrain, Kuwait, UAE, etc., and will include urgent, short notice support at other locations World Wide.

Maritime Electronics Technician Responsibilities:

The major role and responsibility is to provide efficient and effective technical support to Army Watercraft Systems (AWS) units and commercial shipping including:

Corrective and preventive maintenance:


OCCM (On Condition Cyclic Maintenance) support as requested
Provide support via telephone, email or on-site visits
Coordinate repair done by other FSR's / OEM's
Update configuration management information as required
Comply with U.S. Army and customer directives


Additional FSR activities:


Support during unit exercises and operations
Participate in the logistics replenishment program
Daily data entry into central database
Provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) as required


Travel requirements:


Extensive travel is required to locations throughout CONUS & OCONUS locations


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