CTTR - Instrumentation Systems Field Engineer

Company Name:
URS Corporation
## Minimum Requirements
High School diploma or equivalent. Five years' technical experience with Tactical Training Range systems or equivalent military systems. Possess three years' supervisory experience. Formal classroom education equivalent to Navy "C" School or vocational school with formal training in the field of electronic equipment maintenance and equipment manufacturer training. Five years of instrumentation experience in the following areas:
Fiber Optics theory
Electromagnetic waves, antennas
Optical systems
Communications systems (analog, digital and voice)
Video signal processing and recording
Microwave Transmission
Static/dynamic systems calibration (radar and data)
Spectrum Analysis
Project Management
FM/VHF/UHF Systems
Ability to speak, read, and write English. US Citizen.
Possess a valid state Driver's License.
Secret Clearance Required
## Job Description
Range communications support to include field engineering, installation, and integration of equipment and facilities necessary to meet TTR communication and video requirements.
Project support as assigned, to include engineering assistance in design, fabrication, cost analysis, procurement, installation, configuration change, development, documentation, and integration of approved projects.
New requirements support as assigned, to include integration of system modifications, range reconfigurations and new facility buildups. These activities are further defined as those relative to ECP's and the planning, proposal and implementation of modifications, improvement and upgrades.
Equipment relocation to include cost analysis optimization studies, engineering studies, integration and installation in support of range growth or other requirements.
Inoperative systems support as assigned to include field-engineering actions necessary to return equipment/systems to operational status. TEC support to include engineering actions on equipment and software changes and additions relative to short-term operational test programs.
Support the Configuration Management (CM) program to include the evaluation and monitoring of all modifications to TTR equipment or facilities, the generation of change requests to improve operability/reliability/maintainability, and ensuring that applicable CM standards are adhered to.
Assists in identifying sources of spare parts for systems.
Complex system analysis and troubleshooting to assist in returning mission support systems to operational availability status when required.
Documents maintenance actions in IEMS.
Requisition Number: FS91377
Interest Category: Engineering
Interest Sub Category: Engineering - Instrumentation & Control
Job Title: CTTR - Instrumentation Systems Field Engineer
Employment Category/Status: full-time
Type of Position: Regular Hire
Country: U.S.
State: Nevada
City: NAS Fallon

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