Technical Surveillance Equipment (TSE) and Electronic Warfare (EW) Specialist

Location: Fayetteville, NC

Department: Mission Support Solutions

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

 

The Technical Surveillance Equipment (TSE) and Electronic Warfare (EW) Specialist is a SME in specialized communications equipment, audio, video, unattended sensors, tagging, tracking and locating, day and night optics, targeting, survey, and engineering equipment, and weather instruments.  The TSE/EW Specialist possesses in depth knowledge to identify, analyze, develop, test, modify, and employ technical solutions in support of training and mission requirements.  The TSE/EW Specialist shall:

  • have the ability to create plans for technical equipment development and/or advancement and work in concert with other departments as a technical SME, assisting in cradle to grave equipment lifecycles. 
  • serve as a SME to higher headquarters when requested by Government. 
  • be knowledgeable in technical equipment management and provide oversight of equipment tracking and maintenance programs, to include the proper disposition, utilization, modernization, and repair. 
  • perform duties forecasting and planning the distribution of equipment, conducting research and analysis, preparation of recommendations concerning the integration of technical devices and equipment into mission and training arenas. 
  • have the ability to research and submit recommendations for the procurement of new equipment, and identify problem areas, while recommending viable solutions. 
  • be knowledgeable of wide range of technologies/techniques applicable to his assigned tasks.
  • perform duties in various levels of compartmented security, each with separate policies and procedures. 
  • act as a SME while working with other agencies, as appropriate, in development efforts of technical solutions. 
  • stay abreast of Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) and Government Off the Shelf (GOTS) equipment and technology advancements and provide concept developments in concert with end users to reach problem solutions. 
  • assist in planning, development and oversight of training/exercise programs which further refine and develop TTP's for operational employment.

Qualification Requirements

Active US Security Clearance Required

Special Operations Experience - The TSE/EW Specialist shall possess extensive special operations experience, including in-depth, first-hand experience involving 10 years of working within special operations units and activities.

Data Research and Synthesis Experience - The TSE/EW Specialist shall possess the ability to independently conduct research, compile, interpret and analyze a variety of practical and technical data from a wide range of sources, draw conclusions, and devise practical recommendations for action.  Those results must be validated by the US Government for accuracy

Unit Policy and Doctrine Knowledge - The TSE/EW Specialist shall possess detailed knowledge of national policies and doctrine concerning unit operations as they relate to the planning, management, and execution of Technical Surveillance and Electronic Warfare activities and equipment.

Technical Surveillance Equipment and Electronic Warfare Experience - A minimum of 10 years of experience obtaining, employing, and managing Technical Surveillance Equipment and Electronic Warfare tools and mechanisms is required.

Interagency Technology Working Group Experience - The TSE/EW Specialist shall possess knowledge of Department of Defense, USSOCOM, Joint SOF, and interagency technology working groups.

Special Operations Training and Exercise Expertise - The TSE/EW Specialist shall possess detailed knowledge, working with national policies and doctrine concerning special operations unit operations as they relate to the planning, management, and execution of training and joint level exercises. No less than 5 years’ experience.

Communications Skills - The TSE/EW Specialist shall possess the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

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Xator Corporation provides equal opportunity to all applicants for employment as required by and/or consistent with applicable country law and company policy. Consistent with the foregoing, Xator Corporation provides qualified applicants consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veterans’ status, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other status(s) protected by law. In the United States, Xator Corporation ensures nondiscrimination in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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