MARSOC Communications/Electronics Repair Specialist

Location US-NC-Camp Lejeune
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/14/2018 8:17 PM)
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Oak Grove Technologies, LLC a fast growing federal contractor is seeking a Communications/Electronics Repair Specialist for an upcoming proposal with the MARSOC Marine Raider Training Center (MRTC) in Camp Lejeune, NC. Oak Grove Technologies offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.
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  • Assist in maintenance and repair of C4 communications equipment, safely and properly operating general purpose electronic test equipment (GPETE) to maintain, troubleshoot and repair electronic equipment, IAW Marine Corps and SOCOM maintenance standards
  • Assist the MRTC S-6 Maintenance Chief with intermediate maintenance activity (IMA) repairs employing safely, effective technical and standard soldering techniques in repairing and maintaining information system components.
  • Capable of lifting equipment weighing 50 pounds.


  • Served a minimum of 1 year as an E5 or higher
  • 5 years experience as a ground radio repair/electronics technician in USMC MOS 2841 (Ground Electronics Transmission Systems Maintainer) or similar DoD equivalent. --OR-- an Associates Degree or 2 year technical school certificate in electronics repair or industrial electronics maintenance
  • Must have completed a DoD Electronics Maintenance Repair School.
  • Current Miniature/Micro-miniature/Automatic Test Equipment, Network Plus, and Security Plus certifications required
  • 1 year of experience using MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel
  • Possess a SECRET clearance on day one of contract execution
  • Capable of lifting equipment weighing 50 pounds


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