Field Engineer II

Raytheon IIS Field Engineering ( IISFE ) is seeking a Field Engineer II to support the LPWS. The objective of the Land-Based PHALANX Weapons System (LPWS) Theater Support Program is to provide: Field Service Representatives (FSRs) as Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to support the LPWS requirements. The FSRs will support LPWS configurations at Fort. Sill, OK. In order to support the LPWS Theater Support Program as an FSR, the successful candidate must: Evaluate, assess and provide training to force protection personnel on all configurations of the LPWS. Inspect, test and align the designated systems appropriate specifications. Utilize schematics, drawings, specifications and General Purpose Electrical/Electronic Test Equipment (GPETE) to troubleshoot and repair faults in the systems / equipment. Provide up to date training in the operation, maintenance, alignment and repair of the LPWS. Provide support in obtaining LPWS OEM data (drawings, test data, etc.) through proper channels. Perform other technical duties as assigned. Direct and support the installation, repair, maintenance, and operation of all aspects of the LPWS equipment. Direct and support the installation, repair, maintenance, and operation of communications and electro-optical equipment. Possess the skills required to perform routine system maintenance and computer system administrative functions. Have knowledge of, and be capable of using, operating systems and database management systems. Perform analysis of system operations. Have experience in fault detection, isolation, and correction of computer systems and individual peripheral devices. Be available for assignment to various CONUS/OCONUS sites for extended terms. Participate in training at various U.S. locations prior to deployment. Evaluate and document field operational capability and report results to customer and program office. Special Work Circumstances: Extensive travel will be required; up to 100% to include Afghanistan, and other international destinations. Must be willing and able to deploy to remote international locations with little notification. Must be willing and able to deploy to environments that may include harsh living conditions (extreme heat and cold, deployed living conditions and/or hostile work environment. Some locations will be in the middle-east desert with temperatures above 120 degrees F. Must be willing and able to move and/or lift weights such as test equipment, ladders, tools, and cable reels weighing up to 60 pounds using proper lifting techniques or material moving equipment. Must be willing and able to work 12-16 hours a day and be on call 24/7. Must be willing and able to climb platforms. Must be willing and able to work in a bivouac environment. Must be willing and able to travel over rough uneven terrain. Employment is contingent upon meeting all medical requirements for overseas assignment including comprehensive post-offer medical examination. Required Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A minimum of 2 years of experience in Combat Systems Support. Minimum of 2 years hands-on experience in trouble shooting and maintenance of the Phalanx MK15 Close-In-Weapon-System. Advanced military CIWS system training. Direct experience with systems integration, software, and electro-mechanical systems. Ability to plan, schedule and complete all activities required to meet established goals. Good written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge of Military protocol. Security Clearance Requirement: An active Secret (or higher) clearance is required for this position or the ability to obtain an Interim Secret clearance within 10 days of hire. Desired Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ability to work independently. Prior field experience and/or military service. Required Education: Bachelor's degree in engineering or in related technical discipline and minimum 2 years of prior relevant experience May substitute experience for education, ( i.e., no degree plus 8 years of experience or AA degree plus 4 years of experience). IISFE Source Code: RIISCOHVA20171019 130750
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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