DIEGO GARCIA: Electronics Works Center Manager
DESCRIPTION OF JOB TASK AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for the strategy, planning and management of the Ground Electronics or Work Center operations.
Responsible for the quality and quantity of avionics work, man-hours expended, job assignments and job priorities as well as supervising and coordinating the activities of workers engaged in the scheduled inspection, servicing, and maintenance of avionics equipment.
Responsible for maintenance on radios, radars, meteorological services, air navigational aids, associated computers, and other electronic equipment.
Ensures PMS and contract requirements are met.
Applies policies, procedures and best practice processes to support Ground Electronics or Work Center operations.
Coordinates the resource planning of the Ground Electronics operations including the work of the team, performance management and training.
Prepares required reports and advises the Airfield Manager of outages or scheduled downtimes.
Under general direction, uses specialized knowledge or skills to solve complex and unique problems, or direct the daily activities of a business, technical support, or functional support team.
Uses experience and problem-solving skills to develop and improve processes.
Manages the delivery of functional objectives by providing leadership and direction to team members.
BASIC JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
Must have good oral and written communication skills which enable to effectively liaise with clients, other departments within the organization, subcontractors and clients, and report directly to the Senior Management.
Particular attention to details, good project management skills.
Must pass overseas medical screening and be in good health.
Must be contract oriented and computer literate in Microsoft Office software.
Must have a valid and be able to obtain drivers license with restriction code at least 2 or 3.
Must have completed Airfield Vehicle Operators Instruction Course (AVOIC) Training and receive a license to operate vehicles on the airfield provided by the Government.
Must have valid Secret Clearance.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS: SPECIAL CERTIFICATIONS OR TRAINING
Must have successfully completed the training and certification Marine Air Traffic Control is highly preferred:
Aviation Maintenance Work Center Managers Course
Aviation Maintenance Work Center Supervisor Course
Completed training courses in Marine Air Traffic Control is highly preferred:
AN/TRN-44A Tactical Air Navigation Set Maintenance Course
AN/TRN-46 Tactical Air Navigation Set Maintenance Course
AN/TRN-47 Tactical Air Navigation Set Maintenance Course
Completed training courses in Marine Corps Communication Electronics School (MCCES) is highly preferred:
Electronic Fundamentals Training Section (EFTS)
Basic Electronics Course
Advanced Electronics Course
Terminal Equipment Training Section (TETS)
Telephone Systems / Personal Computer Repair Course (TSPCRC)
Technical Controller Course (TCC)
Electronics Maintenance Technicians Course (EMTC)
Electronics Maintenance Supervisors Course (EMSC)
Bachelors Degree in Aerospace, Aeronautical Engineering and Aviation Management, based on a four-year course of study from a U.S. or U.K. Aviation Colleges or Universities or equivalent institution is preferably.
Prior U.S. Military background experience is highly desired.
Shall have at least ten (10) years of experience in a position of overall management responsibility for a Work Center like or greater than Diego Garcia Ground Electronics or Work Center operations along with experience working simultaneously in a multi-function base operation environment.
Scheduled Weekly Hours:
KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
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