Electronics Technician Maintenance: ATMP: Louisville, KY

Description: The Army TADSS Maintenance Program (ATMP) is a seven year Single Award ID/IQ contract for maintenance, sustainment, operations, and support of Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS), Live-Fire Ranges, and Instrumentation Systems. The ATMP portfolio includes ~250,000 live, virtual, constructive, and gaming TADSS located at 422 sites worldwide.  
The primary customer is PEO STRI in Orlando, FL.  PEO STRI's published vision for ATMP is integrated, one-stop, world-wide maintenance and sustainment for Army Program of Record (POR) TADSS.

Electronics Technician Maintenance II - Repairs electronics for the Combined Arms Military Operations on Urban Terrain Training Facility (CAMTF) at Forts Bliss, Carson, Chaffee, and Camp Ripley. The CAMTF supports room and building clearing, search, location and seizure of contraband and high-value human targets, cordon and search as well as full combined arms maneuver in the urban area of operations. Repairs electronics for the Digital Multi-Purpose Range Complex (DMPRC) and Digital Air/Ground Integration Range (DAGIR) at Fort Bliss. The digital ranges facilitate Soldiers mastering the tactics, techniques and procedures of their assigned weapon systems to complete their wartime missions. Repairs electronics for the Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) Family of Training Devices at Fort Carson. CCTT supports the training of Armor, Infantry, Cavalry, and Armored Reconnaissance units from squad through battalion/squadron level. Repairs electronics for the AH-64D Longbow Crew Trainer (LCT) in Morrisville, NC. The AH-64 LCT provides a training capability for flight, instruments and weapons delivery, normal and emergency procedures, and sensor system operating tasks required in the helicopter. Repairs electronics for the Common Driver Trainers, High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle Egress Assistance Trainers (HEATs), MRAP Egress Trainers (METs) at Fort Carson. These trainers enhance driving skills and survival during roll-over accidents. Repairs electronics for Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement Systems (MILES) and Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) weapons at the Central Depot in Louisville, KY. MILES allows for engagement adjudication between infantry soldiers during force-on-force training exercises. EST utilizes display systems, audio systems, aiming detection systems, modified weapons with a power source interfaced by computers to provide marksmanship, shoot/don't shoot training, and unit collective squad level training scenarios. This position is located at Louisville, KY.
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
• Must be able to gain access to military Installation
• Must have knowledge of Microsoft Applications
• Must be able to multi-task
• Must have strong customer service skills
• Must be detail oriented
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