TOP SECRET CLEARANCE REQUIRED
•Provides support to government agency deputies and Court Security Officers and applies versatility and industry leading technology related to tactical and secure communications.
Develops and implements comprehensive plans, policies and objectives, and provides technical advice to integrate technological applications to enhance government agency operational requirements.
•Plans, organizes, and conducts studies and forecasts to establish technology for operational support of the law enforcement mission. Coordinates and negotiates with his/her manager on projected systems, current and planned capabilities, compatibility, costs and benefits, joint agency efforts, and in other critical areas.
•Assists in the implementation of nationwide long-term projects in coordination with the Chief Inspector Tactical Support Branch. Evaluates proposed technical solutions for law enforcement communications and makes recommendations to management.
•Identifies radio communications requirements, analyzes technical solutions, conducts physical surveys, implements and validates the final solution used to meet communication requirements. Serves as troubleshooter and trainer to resolve operational and technical problems for radio systems users; and coordinates directly with their field division leadership and representatives from other federal, state and local public safety agencies.
•Identifies technical issues with radio communications experienced by users throughout the government agency; designs modifications and enhancements to improve the effectiveness of communications systems; provides briefings on proposed modifications or enhancements to OST for implementation.
•Works independently to survey new buildings for proper communications networks. Plans, coordinates, builds, and installs new communications networks, or oversees other contractors in the performance of said work.
•Identifies technical failures on radio subscriber and infrastructure equipment. Works independently to address/fix the failures.
•The ability to work in a high security environment and observe all required security procedures.
•The ability to learn new radio and/or computer hardware and software skills quickly through independent study, formal training, and/or on-the-job training.
•A minimum of five years experience in land mobile radio subscriber equipment; including programming, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance.
•A minimum of five years experience in land mobile radio infrastructure equipment; including programming, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance.
Years of Experience Required:
Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V