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Close-In Weapons System (CIWS) Technician with Security Clearance

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This is a Contract position in Wallops Is, VA posted July 20, 2021.

Seeking Navy Combat Weapons Systems Technicians with experience in performing comprehensive component and system level maintenance for shipboard Weapons Systems. The work is performed at the Surface Combat Systems Center (SCSC) in Wallops Island, VA. The SCSC is located on a barrier island on the Eastern Shore of Virginia and is a tenant of the NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility. SCSC provides live combat systems suites with platform specific radars and sensors and supports the following functions: combat system lifetime support engineering, platform certification, operational and technical evaluation, combat system training, interoperability testing and participates in at-sea exercises. SCSC provides a high-fidelity representative combat system of every ship in the AEGIS, Ship Self Defense System (SSDS) fleet today and those planned in the future. The selected candidate will perform comprehensive equipment and system level maintenance for the following Navy Combat Weapons Systems: Nato SeaSparrow Surface Missile System (NSSMS)
MK-160 Mod 14 (MK 34 Mod 7)
MK-160 Mod 15 (MK 34 Mod 6)
MK-160 Mod 19
MK-86
TTWCS
SPQ-9B
Vertical Launching System (VLS)
Harpoon Weapons System (HWS)
Gun Weapons System (GWS)
GFCS MK-160/11
GFCS MK-160/04
GFCS MK-160/06
GFCS MK-160/08
CIWS MK15 Mod 22
CIWS MK16 Mod 3
SQQ-89 Provide system/equipment configuration and operational support for all deployed baseline AEGIS and SSDS variants Schedule planned maintenance actions utilizing the SKED program in accordance with the Navy’s Maintenance Material Management (3M) system and also be responsible for documenting all maintenance actions, including repair part requisitions, using the OMNS-NG program. This position is controlled by the Service Contract Act (SCA) and is classified as non-exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Required Education, Experience, & Skills
Minimum education and years of service required: High School/GED and at least 3 years demonstrated experience assessing, troubleshooting, and performing corrective maintenance and preventive maintenance on systems and equipment. PQS 301 qualification is required. If selected candidate is not PQS 301 qualified on or before hire date, he/she must be willing and able to obtain PQS 301 qualification within 3 months of employment. Successful candidate must be willing and able to perform in a variety of 40 hour work-week configurations, including:
1. Monday-Friday (5 x 8): 1st Shift
2. Monday-Friday (5 x 8): 2nd Shift
3. Variable 4 x 10 shifts that may include weekends (4 days on/3 days off) and may be 1st or 2nd shift
4. Sliding (5 x 8) work weeks (Sunday-Thursday or Tuesday-Saturday) and may be 1st or 2nd shift
**PLEASE NOTE – These work week configurations may be scheduled on a rotational basis Security clearance requirement: This position requires the successful candidate to be able to obtain a Secret level clearance. The criteria for obtaining and holding a clearance are driven by US government requirements. You must be a US citizen to obtain a security clearance.