Raytheon Sr Field Engineer I in United Arab Emirates

This position can be a Salary Grade G08 or Salary Grade G09 based on Candidates qualifications as they relate to this requisition and to the skills, experience and responsibility requirements . This position requires relocation to the Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and is an unaccompanied position. The Field Service Representative (FSR) will be required to provide maintenance support and/or advice on the Javelin Command Launch Unit (CLU), Javelin Basic Skills Trainer (BST), Javelin Weapons Effect Simulator (JavWES), and other Javelin-related equipment. The FSR will be required to use applicable technical publications in order to perform repairs involving fault isolation and testing, to include the replacement of parts and adjustments to CLUs, BSTs, and JavWES units. The FSR will be responsible trained and equipped to provide maintenance and supply support of Javelin hardware and shipping/handling of end items, spares, repair parts and hazardous material. The FSR will also provide on-site proficiency training, technical guidance, liaison assistance and information pertinent to maintenance of the CLUs, BSTs, and JavWES units. The FSR will be required to perform in-country travel, as required by the FMS customer, to field locations in support of the tasks listed above. The FSR must be capable of working in a desert environment. The FSR will be required to work a 40-hour work week, on a schedule determined by the FMS Customer. The FSR shall be capable of performing all aspects of troubleshooting and repair to various types of circuit cards, cable harnesses, electronic, and electro-optical assemblies as well as analyzing equipment failures to determine root cause and recommend corrective action. Must be able to read and work with schematics, engineering drawings, written and oral work instructions. Position requires candidate to be proficient with the use of standard electronic assembly and test tools. Must be able to incorporate hardware and software modifications on tactical, training, and test and support equipment resulting from changes in engineering, design and obsolescence. Must have the ability to perform effectively as a remote employee and as an individual contributor. Required Skills: 4 years of related experience Train FMS customer in repair and maintenance of CLU, BST, and JavWES Analyze equipment failures to determine root cause and recommend corrective action Experience with all aspects of electronics troubleshooting and repair Must be able to read and work schematics, blueprints, written and oral rework instructions Experience with loading software using a memory loader/verifier (MLV) Proficient with the use of standard electronic assembly and test tools and materials Proficient in the use of standard electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes and digital voltmeter (DVM) Ability to perform effectively in as a standalone technician with remote supervision Candidate must be available to support some travel Experience installing, operating, maintaining, and repairing military equipment Ability to provide guidance and training to customer personnel for operation, maintenance, and inspection procedures and techniques Development or application of preventive maintenance procedures Desired Skills: Proficient computer skills to include Microsoft Office suites Ability to be solder certified Ability to be cable / harness certified Good communication skills Experienced working with Foreign Militaries on FMS contracts Understanding and application of industry principles, concepts, practices, and standards Required Education (including Major): Bachelor’s degree Certifications: Must be able to be certified for hand soldering, through-hole and surface amount soldering along with cable and harness rework Clearance Requirements: Ability to obtain a clearance; Existing Clearance preferred Clearance Information: Non-US citizens may not be eligible to obtain a security clearance. The Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office (DISCO), an agency of the Department of Defense, handles and adjudicates the security clearance process. Security clearance factors include, but are not limited to, allegiance to the US, foreign influence, foreign preference, criminal conduct, security violations and drug involvement. Employment is contingent on other factors, including, but not limited to, background checks and drug screens http://www.dss.mil/psmo-i/indus_psmo-i_interim.html 100087