Data Systems Technical Support in Ridgecrest, CA at DCS

Date Posted: 1/28/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Data Systems Technical Analyst

Essential Job Functions:

Perform or support the design, development, implementation, integration, testing, deployment, operation, optimization, administration, troubleshooting and/or maintenance of airborne and ground data systems; these systems include (but are not limited to) data and video collection, recording, telemetry, and both real-time and post-event processing of airborne data/video.

Generate documentation and drawings related to the operation, maintenance, etc. of aforementioned data systems in accordance with Task Team Operating Procedures.

Provide training and technical support for the aforementioned data systems to other team members (both engineers and technicians).

Function as liaison to other stakeholder entities as appropriate.

Providing summaries of activities in the Monthly Progress / Status Report.

In efforts to accomplish assigned tasks, interface with all levels of NAVAIR / NAWCWD organizations and stakeholder entities.

Participate in meetings with contractor and government personnel to resolve scheduling, planning, maintenance and other technical issues.

Actively contribute to organizational process improvement activities and task team internal reviews.

Be responsible for initiating own professional development and maintaining an up-to-date understanding of all technical project requirements and organizational processes as defined in applicable documentation.

Required Skills:

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

Experience sought:administration, management and development of information technology, network, airborne data acquisition and computing systems.

High School + 7 years of experience.

Must possess a current security clearance and maintain one for the duration of employment.

Open-mindedness, teachability, high motivation, and team-orientation.

Sound character, flexibility, resilience and positive attitude.

Ability to perform, manage, and prioritize multiple related tasks in a highly-dynamic and time-sensitive environment.

Non-local travel, domestic and foreign, may be required in support of this tasking.

Desired Skills:

Training or experience with airborne and ground instrumentation systems, video and data recording/telemetry, MIL-STD-1553, and related data-bus and digital recorders.

Prior experience in handling COMSEC assets.

Practical knowledge of system administration, systems security, network and computer operation support. This includes initimate familiarity with DoD-approved operating systems, network connectivity (both copper and fiber), and data warehousing/mining (including NAS and RAID technologies).