The Marine Corps e mpl oys the FACTS AN/FYK -39 (V) syste m as the key compone nt of the Integrated Ra nge Status System (IRSS).
Located at Marine Corps traini ng ranges, I RSS provides air traffic control s ervices and assists with range supervisi on/ control/coordi nation functions over artillery, mecha nize d and ground assa ult troops.
Lock heed Martin is s eeking ca ndidates with e xperie nce i n operations and mai ntenance service s supporting FACSFAC and IRSS syst e ms for an anti cipated On-site Field Operations and Maintena nce Services contract e xpe cted to comme nce 01 July, 2014.
T his effort will involve a team of Field Engi neers de ployed at FACS FAC and I RSS sites incl uding FACSFAC Jacks onville, FACSFAC VaCapes , FACSFAC Pearl Harbor, FACSFAC San Dieg o, MCB Ca mp Lejeu ne, MCAG CC Twe ntynine Pal ms, M CAS Yuma, M CB Camp Pen dleton, M CMWT C Bridg eport, M CAS Cherry Poi nt, and MCB Ca mp Ha nse n, Okinawa.
Ea ch site will be supported by tea ms comprised of one to five Engi neering Te chni cians le d by a Site Lead E ngineering Te chnician VI.
Site Lea d Engineer s will coor dinate with Lockhee d Martin Proje ct Manager at NAW CAD St.
Inigoes, M D.
This position is for an Engi neering Te chni cian VI (ET -VI) at FACSFAC San Diego, NAS North Island, CA.
Ea ch ET -VI will be the site coordinat or and point of contact for the Field Engineering Te chni cian team at that site.
The ET-VI will be the pri mary liaison between site per sonnel and the Lockhee d Martin Pr oject Manager.
T he ET -VI res ponsibilities will include the ge neral supervision and coordinati on of staffing ne eds at each site incl uding personnel s hift s ched ules, as signment of preventative mai ntenance responsi bilities, oversight of repairs a nd corrective actions, coordi nation of training and travel, submission of trip rep orts, and the ti mely delivery of M onthly Maintena nce A ctivity (MMA) Re ports.
The ET -VI will train site personnel and monitor their s uccess ful perfor mance through regular dial og with cust omer points of conta ct, and will ens ure that site pers onnel have all resour ces (cor porate and other wise) ne cessary to s uccess fully per for m their tasks.
Basi c Qualificati ons FACSFAC/IRSS Field Engineeri ng Experience.
Radar Systems Mai ntenance E xperien ce.
Excelle nt Team Leaders hip Skills.
Excelle nt Team Buildi ng Skills.
Excelle nt Organizational Skills.
Excelle nt Communi cation Skills.
Desired skills Military ATC Systems Experie nce.
Military Scheduling Systems Experien ce.
Range Control Systems Experien ce.
Excelle nt Troubl e Shooti ng Skills.
Willingness to Trai n on New Systems.
Electronics Technician III
FACSFAC is a Naval Command providi ng surveillance, sched uling and control of offshore Warni ng Areas.
The Naval Air Warfare Air craft Division (NAW CAD) is designated a s the In -Service Engi neering Agent (ISEA ) responsi ble for the design, developme nt, imple me ntation, continual mainte nance and syst em upgra des req uired to s upport FACSFAC systems nationwide.
The Navy us es the FACSFAC A ir Traffi c Control System (FACTS), AN /FYK-39(V ) and the Navy Sched uling System (NAVSKED), AN/FYK -37 (V) to accomplis h this task.
Prepositioned technical support representative January 2014 to CurrentBAE Systems
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Conducts onboard troubleshooting/ alignment of all radar system components Conducts SOVT, Sea Trials, installs, software check out and version upgrade testing, maintains operational status of radar related equipment and systems, provides fleet support on radar related equipment and systems on daily basis to sailors.
Work Center Supervisor USS Ronald Reagan September 2004 to September 2010United States Navy
Technician of the Year- Pacific Fleet 2008.
Worked closely with BAE technical representatives to install multiple field changes.
Worked with NAWCAD and ISEA for removal/ reinstallation during modernization of AN/SPN- 46 in 2010.
Found and repaired numerous catastrophic failures to maintain nightly flight operations.
From 2007-2010 SME and primary watch stander during case III flight operations.
Trained 4 AN/SPN-46 technicians in proper maintenance and CATTC procedures.
Managed over 15 personnel to complete preventative and corrective maintenance.
Trained over 30 personnel on safety, motivation, team-work, and following and understanding standard operating procedures.