Field Service Representative (FSR)
This position is for a Field Service Representative position in support of the PAC-3 system supporting a US or FMS customer in an international location. The Field Service Representative (FSR) must possess a detailed understanding of the PAC-3/PATRIOT system to include: fault isolation, diagnostics, and repair of electrical, hydraulic/mechanical systems, and operational experience for each crew position. The candidate will represent Lockheed Martin and will require a positive, professional work attitude. Candidate must be able to maintain a good working relationship with the customer. Candidate must be able to deploy to war zone locations if FSR's unit is deployed. Candidate must be able to obtain a Secret Clearance and a passport within the first 60 days of employment. Candidate may also be required to take a post - offer, pre-employment physical to determine deploy-ability capabilities as defined by the contract.
This position requires unaccompanied deployments to OCONUS locations for 1-4 years at a time. When not deployed, this position will be based in a CONUS locations (Dallas, Fort Sill, Fort Bliss, Fort Bragg or Fort Hood). Skillsets are comparable to those learned as the following Army military occupational specialty (MOS): 948D and 140E
representative feeder MOSâ€™s 94P, 94S, 94T, 94Z, 14E, 14T.
An Interim clearance is required prior to start. Additionally, candidate must obtain a passport within the first 60 days of employment.
The FSR must possess good computer skills to include Microsoft Office products and internet navigation capabilities
The FSR must possess a detailed understanding of the PAC-3 / PATRIOT system to include: fault isolation, diagnostics, and repair of electrical, hydraulic / mechanical systems, and operational experience for each crew position
Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential
Candidate must be able to maintain a good working relationship with the customer
Candidate must be able to deploy to war zone locations if FSR's unit is deployed
Candidate may also be required to take a post - offer, pre - employment physical to determine deployability capabilities as defined by the contract
Technical engineering degree and / or military background
Prior experience as a Patriot Launching Station Enhanced Operator Maintainer (MOS 14T) or a PATRIOT Fire Control Enhanced Operator/Maintainer (MOS 14E)
Army military occupational specialty (MOS): 948D and 140E representative feeder MOSâ€™s 94P, 94S, 94T, 94Z, 14E, 14T.
Knowledge of military supply systems
Good computer skills to include Microsoft Office products and internet navigation capabilities
Other desired military (MOS) training
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City(s): Fort Bragg, Grand Prairie, Killeen, Lawton
State(s): North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas
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