Engineer Field 3 / 4 - C-RAM -OCONUS

Selected candidate will co-manage the Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) Counter – Rocket Artillery Mortar (C-RAM) Contractor Manning (CCM) operations in Afghanistan.

  • The candidate will assist the CCM Operations IPT Lead with the overall program effort.
  • Acts as Subject Matter Expert (SME) and advises Theater Management Team on all technical and system related topics.
  • Responsibilities include coordinating theater requirements with the C-RAM Program Office Representative in country,

other OCONUS managers, and overseeing the daily operational and functional needs of the OCONUS team.

  • The Operations Lead provides the CCM Operations IPT Lead day-to-day tracking of CCM operations and sustainment in

theater, participates in regular theater telecoms, and assists in resolving personnel and equipment issues.

  • In addition, the Operations Lead works closely with the CONtinental United States (CONUS) Operations staff, located in

Huntsville, AL, in planning and writing standard operating procedures for theater.

  • Has direct responsibility for interfacing and responding to the Government customers' defined schedules, schedule

changes, and resolving conflicts with equipment and/or staffing issues.

  • This individual provides accurate reporting progress of Site Team deployments and equipment installation activities to the

Government customer.

  • Additionally, assists in the preparation of proposals, business plans, proposal work statements and specifications,

operating budgets, and financial terms/conditions of contract.

"This requisition may be filled at a higher grade based on qualifications listed below.".

Basic Qualifications:

This requisition may be filled at either a level 3 or a level 4.

BQs for a Field Engineer 4 are: Bachelors degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math discipline or related Technical degree and 9 years experience;7 Years with Masters. Years of experience maybe used in lieu of a college degree.

BQs for a Field Engineer 3 are: Bachelors degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math discipline or related Technical degree and 5 years experience; 3 Years with Masters. Years of experience maybe used in lieu of a college degree.

Must have an active Secret Clearance

  • Strong management, supervisory, leadership, and communication skills
  • Ability to synchronize multiple schedules - including production, procurement, transportation and installation
  • Strong knowledge of military operations and procedures
  • Technically proficient in military communications and electronics systems
  • Available to attend CONUS Relocation Center (CRC) training prior to deploying overseas
  • Willingness to work with and support the US military in a war zone/wartime environment
  • Able to qualify for business travel credit card
  • Familiarity with C-RAM, AMDWS, TASS, or other military Command and Control (C2) systems

Preferred Qualifications:

Prior military experience as a mid to senior field grade officer or Senior NCO

  • Prior overseas military or military contractor experience
  • Ability to interface with both NG corporate and U.S. Government Department of Defense (DoD) customers senior staff
  • Current multi entry Afghanistan work visa

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