C-RAM Sense and Warn Operator Field Artillery, Army MOS 13 Series for Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt

Northrop Grumman TS Division is currently looking to fill multiple position for

C-RAM- Army Field Artillery MOS 13 series. Sense and Warn defense [Operators]

Northrop Grumman is seeking US Army MOS 13 series (Field Artillery) for C-RAM Operators in Afghanistan, Iraq and Egypt. Successful applicants will take a paid 10 week training in Huntsville Alabama then deploy for a 1 year deployment.

Duties include operation of the C-RAM systems. Performance of on-line/off-line hardware-software diagnostics. Systems include FAAD C2, AMDWS, C-NET, WAVES and LCMR

Basic Qualifications:

Prior Field Artillery Soldier MOS Series 13

Current Secret Clearance with a minimum of 24 months until expiration

Current Passport with a minimum of 24 months until expiration

Must pass maritime physical requirements

4 years military experience with minimum of 1 deployment

Preferred Qualifications:

Military Veteran with an honorable discharge

C-RAM Sense and Warn Operator experience is highly desirable.

Former noncommissioned officers and junior commissioned officers

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