SCA Electronics Technician Maintenance I [2022-169]

Wing Information & Communications Support (WICS2 SDI

Infinity’s niche in the aerospace and defense industry is specialized solutions that help bridge the gap between space and ground. This is no small task, and we owe our success to our team who help us fulfill our mission; to match people with their legacies for betterment of the world. There is always a place at Infinity for a motivated, capable individual seeking a career to better the world. We prioritize supporting our team through exceptional benefits, work-life balance, and structured career development. At Infinity, WE ARE MORE – now, come be more with us

Position Overview

Infinity Systems Engineering seeks a SCA Electronics Technician Maintenance I. This position is a SCA Wage Determination 23181 – Electronics Technician Maintenance I

WICSII supports the DSCS Milstar ground terminal operations and maintenance, and operates the GBS operations center and remote sites. WICS operates, maintains, and logistically supports 50th SW information and communication systems that support the critical, on-orbit, military satellite communication constellations, information assurance and safety services essential to the space operations of over 170 DoD satellites.

Support is to 24/7 functional area operations; shift work applies. All technicians are subject to potentially work either shift depending on staffing and mission needs.

Position Responsibilities

The Electronic Technician 1 is generally responsible for level 1 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) of the AN/GSC-52B (MET) heavy terminals and the Milstar Air Force Command Post Terminal (AFCPT) as well as maintenance of the AN/USC-28 and the PAAWNS modems. All O&M support activities must be in compliance with POTUS and DoD Directives and Instructions for both peacetime and wartime environments.

Large Fixed Earth Terminal Operations and Maintenance

Provide 24/7 continuous on-site operations and maintenance of two Large Earth Terminals and associated sub systems, components, baseband and interconnect facility equipment. Must comply with all instructions received via the satellite controllers, local Technical Control Facility (TCF)/ Circuit Control Office (CCO), Global Terrestrial Critical Control Circuit System (GTC3S) and ECCM Critical Control Circuit (CCC), and provide all requisite reports and information requested.

Milstar Terminal Operations and Maintenance

Provide 24/7 on-site operations and maintenance of the MILSTAR terminal, EHFASS, and associated sub systems, components and interconnect facility equipment. Must comply with all instructions received via the satellite controllers, local TCF/ CCO, and provide all requisite reports and information requested. Maintain threshold and performance objectives IAW the Joint Operational Requirements Document-Milstar Communications System.

Radome and Base Ring Maintenance

Provide organizational level maintenance of the Large Fixed Earth Terminal’s radomes, base rings and associated equipment and components IAW technical documentation.

Multiple Terminal Outages

Respond to outages impacting mission, initiate organizational level corrective maintenance, and perform maintenance to each terminal outage independently and simultaneously, when they occur.

Status Reporting

Perform all status reporting, Gateway reports, Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA) reports, Electronic Counter-Countermeasures (ECCM) reports, System Equipment Reporting System (SERS) reports, Hazardous Condition (HAZCON) reports, After Action Reports (AAR), Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS), and reporting as identified in the Colorado Springs Regional Command Post Commanders Operational Reports Handbook.

Authorized Service Interruption (ASI)

Process, submit, and track ASI messages for assigned equipment.

Master Station Log (MSL)

Maintain a Master Station Log (MSL) containing all events relating to the operations and maintenance of the terminals, equipment configuration changes, and facility and utility events that impact the terminals. The log shall be made available for government review throughout the life of the contract utilizing MS Office or PDF approved format.

High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP)

The work location is a HEMP certified facility. The contractor will not make any modifications to the facility or HEMP protection features without obtaining written authorization from the SAFB HEMP Manager. The SAFB HEMP Manager will provide the HEMP training material.

Minimum Qualifications

- Requires a minimum IAT Level 2 Certification IAW AFMAN 17-1303

- Experience, familiarity and aptitude with Satellite Communications (SATCOM), wideband (WB), radar or similar technical level 1 operations and maintenance.

- Military communications or electronics training

- Ability to read schematics and production drawings

- Familiarity with and use of hand tools

- Military Electronics class "A" school preferred

The hourly rate for this position is set at $25.72/hour and is non-negotiable.

High school diploma

Two (2) years of technically elated experience.

Colorado Springs, CO (SSFB)

Secret Clearance

Projected October 3, 2022

$53,497.60 This is not a guarantee of compensation or salary, as final offer amount may vary based on factors including but not limited to experience and geographic location.

U.S. Citizenship is required.
EOE including disability/vet

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UNITED STATES – COVID-19 continues to significantly impact our communities, families and employees. In accordance with Executive Order 14042, effective January 18, 2022, we will require all newly hired employees in the United States to be fully vaccinated prior to their start date.