Assist with Material Fielding plans and New Equipment Fielding Plans (NETP), total package fielding, and Government Furnished Equipment tracking and New Equipment Training (NET).
Provide field-level maintenance troubleshooting skills and technical support to units on NW and Tactical Communication and Protective System (TCAPS) systems and support equipment.
Provide NW hardware and software updates to units.
Provide mission planning support and integration of NW with other mission command systems in the Capability Set BCT.
Assist the unit with the operational use and employment of Capability Set Radios and Waveforms used by NW.
Coordinate with unit leadership within the BCT on NW and TCAPS related items.
Coach, teach and mentor all levels of unit leadership within the BCT on the employment and effective utilization of NW and TCAPS systems and support equipment in tactical operations.
Collect prioritized recommendations for improvements in NW software, TCAPS, integration with other Capability Set systems, or the sustainment of NW.
Track, monitor, and report on new and ongoing integration projects assigned.
Support unit training and deployment missions.
Provide formal platform and small group instruction.
Active DoD Secret
Experience in tactical operations at the small unit (team, squad, platoon, and company) level in one of the following MOS: Infantry, Armor, Cavalry, Special Forces, Engineer or Field Artillery.
Working knowledge of the Armys Capability Set software defined radios (PRC-154A or PRC -155 or PRC-117G) and associated Capability Set waveforms (SINCGARS or Soldier Radio Waveform or Advanced Networking Wideband Waveform).
Working knowledge of Army mission command applications (Land Warrior or NW or Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below or Joint Capabilities Release or Joint Battle Command-Platform).
Demonstrated ability to coach, teach, and mentor generate, and desire to communicate, innovative ideas in a collaborative environment.
Demonstrated strong oral communications skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Working knowledge on Microsoft Office tools to include Word, Excel, and Power Point.
Completion of the Army Basic Instructor Course (ABIC) or a comparable course, as approved by the Contracting Officer Representative is desired, but not required, for FSRs (this training will be coordinated by the PM for those required personnel).
Must hold and maintain a Secret security clearance.
High School/GED AND > 14years
Associates > 12 years
Bachelors in non Directly Related Field > 10 years