TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

  • Company:
    United States Fleet Forces Command
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    7 months ago
  • Category:

Summary

You will serve as a TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGER in the C4I DIRECTORATE of TASK FORCE 82.

Responsibilities

You will manage the COMSUBLANT Electronics Maintenance Division to include enlisted Electronics Technicians, (BCA) Network Engineers, and Technical Control Officer.

You will provide guidance, training, and authoritative direction in support of Nuclear Command, Control, Communications (NC3) inspections and operations.

You will provide concise and accurate information on a weekly basis used for briefing COMSUBLANT on current and future broadcast status, Special Operations and deployments, broadcast reconfigurations, downtimes and interruptions.

You will provide Commander Submarine Forces U.S. Atlantic Fleet with Bi-weekly, Quarterly, and Yearly broadcast outage analyses regarding delivery of messages to the submarine broadcast, SHF, EHF, VLF and ISDS.

You will write enlisted performance evaluations, approve special liberty and leave, submit award recommendations, review and monitor work assignments to assure equitable rotation and quality and quantity of work accomplished.

You will be responsible for the collection and analysis of all Special Intelligence and GENSER broadcast outage statistics.

You will manage and direct the Broadcast Control Authority (BCA) operation, administration, and casualty restoration of all UHF/SHF/EHF/VLF/LF/HF Atlantic Fleet Submarine Broadcasts.

Requirements

Conditions of Employment

Qualifications

Your resume must demonstrate at least one year of specialized experience at or equivalent to the GS-12 grade level or pay band in the Federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector. Specialized experience must demonstrate the following: Experience evaluating, analyzing, developing, managing, or improving communications systems, procedures, and requirements that demonstrated knowledge of current developments and trends in communications concepts and technology. Experience establishing policy, managing procedural studies, and overseeing all (management) aspects of submarine communications including operations and planning of the Atlantic broadcast communication center including the efficiency, security, consistency, and effectiveness of systems and operating personnel; Experience interacting with the Allied countries and Allied Communications Officers to arrange and establish Allied Submarine Broadcast Support. Experience managing and directing Atlantic Broadcast Keying Station (BKS) operations administration, training and casualty restoration of Low-Band Universal Communication System (LBUCS). Experience providing authoritative direction and technical guidance to Communication Watch Officers (CWO’s) in all matters relating to submarine communications, watch stander operations in compliance with information assurance certification, system accreditation requirements, cryptographic system, keying material handling and security. Experience providing guidance, training, and authoritative direction in support of Nuclear Command, Control, Communications (NC3) inspections and operations. Experience managing Electronics Technicians, Broadcast Control Authority (BCA) Network Engineers and Technical Control Officers in tasking and priority of work, related to the repair, replacement, preventive maintenance, activation, and operation. Experience acting as Command Technical Authority Advisor in accomplishing the oversight and acceptance of the installation and test-checkout portion of all projects for which he/she is responsible. Additional qualification information can be found from the following Office of Personnel Management web site: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/#url=List-by-Occupational-Series Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.

Education

There is no education substitution for the GS-13 level.

Additional Information

This position is covered by the Department of Defense Priority Placement Program. Additional vacancies may be filled by this announcement. A tentative offer of employment will be rescinded if the selectee fails to meet the pre-employment requirements, including failure to report to any of the scheduled appointments. If you are unable to apply online and request information about the Alternate Application process, please contact the Department of Navy’s Employment Information Center. Federal annuitant information: The selection of an annuitant is subject to the Department of Defense and Department of the Navy policy on the employment of annuitants. Policy information may be found at: http://www.secnav.navy.mil/donhr/Documents/CivilianJobs/FedCivAnnuitants.pdf ICTAP Applicants: To be considered well-qualified and exercise selection priority as an ICTAP candidate, displaced Federal employees must satisfy all qualification requirements for the position and receive a rating in the highly qualified category (score 85) or higher. ICTAP candidates must provide copies of all of the following documentation at the time of application: 1) agency notice; 2) most recent performance appraisal; and 3) most recent SF-50 or notification of personnel action that includes position, grade level, and duty location. Applicants who do not provide this documentation will not receive consideration as an ICTAP candidate. For more information about ICTAP eligibility, please review the following link: https://www.usajobs.gov/Help/working-in-government/unique-hiring-paths/federal-employees/ictap/