Tactical Communicator (TC)/Telecommunications Specialist (TS)

US-VA-Quantico
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-2269
# Positions
1
Category
Training Support - All Openings

Overview

Oak Grove Technologies, LLC a fast growing federal contractor, is seeking a Tactical Communicator(TC)/Telecommunications Specialist (TS) in support of work with the FBI Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) in Quantico, VA.  Oak Grove Technologies offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

 

Oak Grove Technologies, LLC participates in E-Verify to determine an individual's identity and employment eligibility to work in the United States. E-Verify is a service of DHS and SSA

 

We are an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled Employer

Responsibilities

  • Develop, revise, and/or review specifications for new or upgraded telecommunications systems or components
  • Develop, revise, and/or review specifications for new or upgraded tactical communications systems or components
  • Assist in coordination with various State, local and federal agencies
  • Develop, and implement communication plans for tactical operations
  • Establish and maintain communication and technical infrastructure as required throughout FBI facilities, or facilities utilized by the FBI
  • Maintain and conduct an inventory of electronic and telecommunication equipment as required
  • Maintain a positive stock of consumable supplies as required
  • Maintain communication connectivity with communication platforms to include the following:
    • KU satellite systems
    • HF/UHF/VHF radio communication systems
    • Data systems
    • Mobile Ad-Hoc networking
    • Mesh networking systems
    • Tactical SatCom
    • LMR systems
    • Phone systems
    • Common Operation Picture (COP)Applications
  • Develop, maintain, conduct training, perform future technical integration, and tactical deployment, without limitation, on the following systems and products:
    • PRC-117F/G Tactical SATCOM Radios (Type I Encryption)
    • PRC-117F/G HP Wave software
    • MBITR ANPRC-148 Tactical Radios
    • PRC-150 Tactical Radios
    • PRC-152/A Tactical Radios
    • XTS-5000 (Motorola)
    • APX Series 7000, 7500 (Motorola)
    • FlexComm RT-5000/RT-5000p (Wulfsberg radio)
    • Tactical Repeaters
    • Various Tactical antennas
    • AN/CYZ-10
    • KYK-11
    • KVL-3000/4000 key loader
    • Biometric collection systems (e.g.,Quick Capture Platform)
    • Harris Universal Imaging Transmission Software (HPW)
    • Panasonic Toughbook computers and associated software
    • GPS-based world mapping software (e.g., Falcon View) using NIMA products
    • Digital Intelligence collection devices (video and still imagery; and “Real-time” transmission of collected data.
    • Situational Awareness software (e.g., Android Tactical Assault Kit)
    • STE PHONES
    • VOIP (secure and non-secure)
    • Video Tele-Conferencing to include: Tanburg Tactical and Tanburg rack mounted (600 or newer)

Qualifications

  • Top Secret Security Clearance
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Completion of a civilian electronic technician training course and/or DOD component telecommunications school.
  • Minimum of seven (7) years civilian telecommunications or electronic technician experience and/or a minimum of five (5) years military experience as a telecommunication operator/maintainer or electronic technician.
  • Ability to carry communications equipment up to 70 lbs.
  • Ablity to deploy for extended periods of time nationally and/or internationally.
  • Expert developing and executing Department of Defense (DoD) and other government agency communication plans.
  • Expert knowledge of telecommunications management policies, rules and regulations.
  • Expert at establishing and maintaining communication infrastructures for the effective exchange of information between operationally deployed assets and operation centers in support of tactical operations.
  • Experience deploying and maintaining various types of law enforcement and military tactical radio systems.
  • Experience deploying and maintaining various types of tactical antennas.
  • Extensive participation in joint operations, and/or federal law enforcement operations.
  • Demonstrated experience with the operational procedures of establishing and maintaining communications for Tactical Operation Centers (TOC), Command Posts (CPs) or equivalent operational centers.
  • Expert knowledge of video tele-conferencing procedures to include set-up and operation.
  • Operational knowledge of mesh network and mobile ad-hoc networking.
  • Operational knowledge of public address systems, situational awareness monitors and access control systems.
  • Operational knowledge of cryptographic devises to include use, storage, and destruction.

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