The Electronics Technician II will support the customer at a facility located at Fort Polk, Louisiana. The Electronics Technician II position requires
(a) The comprehensive knowledge of the techniques and theories characteristic of electronics such as a knowledge of basic electricity and electronic theory, algebra, and elementary physics,
(b) The ability to apply that knowledge to duties involved in engineering functions such as design, development, evaluation, testing, installation and maintenance of electronic equipment, and
(c) A knowledge of the capabilities, limitations, operations, design characteristics, and functional use of a variety of types and models of electronic equipment and systems. Such knowledge is related to but less than a full professional knowledge of electronics engineering.
The Electronics Technician II will be responsible to maintain the capability to broadcast and receive three (3) each television stations and three (3) each radio stations. The broadcasts will be over standard television frequencies (470-476 MHz) using digital television technology. The Electronics Technician II will be responsible to ensure television and radio coverage is provided throughout the training area. The Electronics Technician II will be responsible to maintain television and radio signals that employ scrambling technology and ensure the inability for direct receipt by a standard receiver using typical consumer technology. The Electronics Technician II will be responsible to maintain the current inventory of ninety-five (95) receivers capable of receiving the television or radio signals. As a minimum, ninety percent (90%) shall be available in a mission capable status. The Electronics Technician II will be responsible to maintain thirty-nine (39) 19-inch television monitors.
3.5.6 At the Social Media Office (Bldg. 7212), the Electronics Technician II will be responsible for the following.
The Electronics Technician II will be responsible to maintain maintenance agreements as necessary for all HECTIC-A equipment for the period of performance of this PWS. The Electronics Technician II may also be responsible to repair or replace with existing equipment or Government provided equipment, problem equipment in the event of a failure. They shall diagnose and, if possible, fix any problem. If needed, the Electronics Technician II will be responsible to return to the OEM vendor any failed equipment item carried under warranty. If equipment items are out of the warranty period, the applicant will identify third party repair vendors, if available, to repair failed equipment. Be a highly self-motivated individual and team player with a solid work ethic and superior interpersonal skills. Possess strong customer service skills and have a positive attitude. Be able to work closely with others, or to work independently with little or no supervision. Will be required to comply with all Company and OSHA standards and wear/use required PPE as applicable.
- At the Social Media Office (Bldg. 7212), the Electronic Technician II will be responsible to maintain one (1) each video server and two (2) each non-linear editors (NLEs) so programming can be digitally queued.
- Maintaining eight (8) editing stations with Adobe Premier Software for editing of video and various media collected from training.
- Maintaining two (2) radio studios to include all electronic equipment used for broadcasting media out to the training villages.
- Maintaining one (1) television production studio to include all electronic equipment used for recording interviews, television news broadcasts, and other media produced within the studio.
- Maintaining equipment necessary to provide remote village interviews and the ability to broadcast over the Radio/TV Transmitter.
Required Education (including Major): High School Diploma. AA Degree in Electronics or related field desirable.Must be able to obtain a U.S. SECRET Security Clearance.
- 1 year related work experience
- Experience with networking protocols
- Experience with networking elements and architecture (routers, switches, hubs, etc)
- Experience with VoIP protocols (e.g. SIP, RTP)
- Operational knowledge of GSM based voice and data wireless protocols and standards including subscriber equipment (e.g. Handset, SIM, terminals) operation and management.
- Knowledge of Server/Client relationships.
- Knowledge of RF planning and implementation for frequency management.
- Knowledge of GSM BSS general OA&M to include use of protocol analyzers for QA testing of network equipment.
- Knowledge of AC/DC power systems to maintain and troubleshoot network equipment.
- Knowledge of Private Branch Exchange (PBX) equipment.
- Knowledge of Tellabs equipment.
- Knowledge and understanding of DOD Information Assurance standards:
- National Institute of Standard
- Technology Computer Security Standard
- Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)
- DOD Directive 8500.1, 8500.2
- Army Regulation 25-2
This position requires a U.S. Person
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.