BRTRC Federal Solutions, an established government contractor is seeking qualified professionals for an Electronics Technician III position in Afghanistan.
The Electronics Technician will:
Apply institutional knowledge, acquired through years of direct military support, to interface, integrate, upgrade, maintain United States proprietary low-density Intelligence Electronic Warfare communication systems to component level using DC, AC, digital and thermodynamic theory, and maintenance skills.
Repair, integrate, one of a kind receivers, transmitters, Communication Security, and data processing equipment within U.S. Forces systems.
Re-engineer power and Integrated Circuit (IC) Circuit Card Assemblies to component.
Resolve serial data communication problems, (RS-232 and 422) using multiplexers, modems, cryptographic equipment, and routers to pass data over the Local Area Network.
Interpret engineering schematics and drawings to isolate/repair to component level.
Apply UNIX, DOS, and specialized military application administration skills to determine software/hardware fault isolation on the complex proprietary communication and control system equipment.
Perform analysis, evaluation, implementation, and tracking of Engineering Change Proposals in accordance with military standards and specifications to include configuration of aviation support equipment.
Provide formal and informal technical training to U.S. military technicians and operators, both in garrison and in a tactical environment.
Work with minimal supervision and brief the customer in technical matters to include system performance, capability and maintenance issues.
Current DoD security clearance and valid US passport
Bachelor’s degree (in Computer Science, Math, Electrical Engineering or related field), and three years of related experience, or an Associate Degree with seven years of related experience and/or training; or 11 years of related experience and/or training.
Extensive knowledge or experience in one or more of the following technical areas: US Military intelligence, surveillance, or reconnaissance systems, processes, functions and organizations at tactical, operational or strategic levels; or advanced command and control or telecommunications functions, organizations, systems and techniques including computer and communications systems at tactical, operational and strategic level. Software experience should include an understanding of system operating and application software to include XENIX, UNIX, VAX/VMS, DOS, and commercial and proprietary applications.