Lockheed Martin Payload Field Service Representative (FSR) in Melbourne, Florida
The Persistent Surveillance Systems-Tethered (PSS-T) Payload Field Service Representative (FSR) function is part of a specialized team providing critical support of PSS-T flight operations. The Payload FSR conducts preventive and corrective maintenance activities for the PSS-T sensors and avionics systems including, but not limited to:
• Technical support for fiber optics and PSS-T system electronics components • Assisting as needed in the development of PSS-T modification procedures • Assisting and coordinating the development of PSS-T technical manuals • Assisting in the development of training manuals • System operations and maintenance (O&M) training
Surge support responsibilities may also include, but are not limited to: • Launch, recovery, and flight support of the aerostat and its related systems • Flight support • Interpretation of surveillance systems products • O&M on the UTAMS system • O&M of the GCS electronic equipment and work stations • Performs other duties as assigned
The physical demands of this position and the operational requirements of the equipment can be substantial. Position often requires working in extreme temperatures; at heights greater than 15 feet; lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds; and working in confined spaces while wearing required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Prior to travel into theater, individuals must attend the U.S. Army CONUS Replacement Center (CRC) and successfully complete customer required pre-deployment physical and dental exams (USCENTCOM MOD 12 w/Tab A) (final medical deployment eligibility determination lies with the clinician providers assigned to the deployment center).
This assignment supports rotations in the United States as well as Southwest Asia. Individual will perform duties while living in austere environments. Work shifts and hours will be determined by mission requirements. Management reserves the right to transfer employees between work locations CONUS and OCONUS as needed to meet mission requirements.
Total compensation may vary upon rotation assignment.
Basic Qualifications Possesses a minimum of 12 months hands-on aerostat operational and maintenance (O&M) experience. Proficient in troubleshooting operations and support for aerostat systems. Experience in developing and generating O&M procedures, design changes, schematics, etc. Knowledgeable of aerostat repair techniques. Knowledgeable of record keeping requirements. Familiar with Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). Proficient in computer application software operations to include, but not limited to, the MS Office Suite and all common Windows OS. Effective oral and written communication skills. Current or active DoD Secret clearance is required. Ability to pass a pre-deployment physical exam and dental exam.
Desired skills Proficient knowledge in IT and computing systems is preferred. Cisco certified; CompTIA certified; ITIL certified; Microsoft certified; CISSP, and/or Civilian/Military Equivalent. Familiarity with military operations, acronyms, and military chain of command.
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Job Location(s): Melbourne Florida