Electronic Warfare Branch Supervisor

Harris Corporation Kekaha , HI 96752

Posted 2 months ago

Job Title: Electronic Warfare Branch Supervisor

Job Code: ES20181709-27403

Location: Kekaha, HI

Job Description:

POSITION SUMMARY:

Manages and supervises the activities of the Electronic Warfare Section. Generally, this position oversees and is accountable for PMRF'S support of Threat Simulation, Tracking Aid, FIC, and airborne FTS requirements. Employees involved in supporting these tasks are located at the PMRF Main Base and on Oahu and occasionally are tasked to support PMRF requirements at sea, overseas, CONUS, or other remote locations in the Hawaiian Islands.

MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:

  • Schedules, monitors, and provides oversight of employees assigned to the EW Section. Coordinates and implements cross-training and cross-utilization of all section personnel to cover internal section requirements, as well as, opportunities for utilization outside of the section.

  • Ensures employees attain and maintain proficiencies IAW the PMRF SSTP Program. Maintains employee certification information located in the STP Database and ensures that certifications are always kept current.

  • Monitor and evaluate processes currently being utilized for continuous process improvement opportunities. Identify and implement as feasible.

  • Interfaces with Government counterparts and other PMRF personnel to ensure jobs are scheduled properly, completed on time, and accomplished within budget. Meet regularly to discuss process improvement or cost savings opportunities identified by the team for potential implementation.

  • Prepares, updates, and submits periodic reports and Contract Data Requirements in a timely manner. Submits status reports, technical reports, and briefs to Sr. Management and customers. Provides information as requested in various data calls.

  • Provides technical assistance as requested by PMRF to various range customers in the establishment of operational requirements tailored to their needs. Prepares briefing material for management meetings, planning and scheduling meetings, and conferences as required. Presents briefings. Assists in the planning, coordination, and conducting of operations.

  • Orders maintenance equipment, supplies, tools, and spares through the appropriate supply venue. Tracks status of all procurements and maintains records of all supply transactions.

  • Maintains all EW facilities in an organized and efficient manner. Ensures property control and inventory policies are adhered to.

  • Participates in contract proposals, negotiations, and modifications as required including the drafting and submittal of proposals.

  • Implements and enforces Work Place Safety and Security rules for the section.

  • Maintains compliance with the PMRF Project Quality Program.

  • Oversees the EW Section Preventive and Corrective Maintenance Program. Maintains records in a neat and organized manner.

  • Responsible for timely and accurate submittal of employee bi-weekly timecards.

  • Monitors and reviews personnel performance and provides subordinates with counseling and guidance as needed.

  • Enforces company's work and safety rules.

  • Create, review, revise, and update procedures for the Electronic Warfare Section.

  • Performs other duties as required.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES:

Environment:

  • General Office & Laboratory Environment with occasional field assignments.

  • Extended operational hours and occasional weekend/holiday activity during periods of surge mission support.

Physical Activities:

Minimum physical elements: to include walking, standing and sitting. Lifting, pushing or pulling of 10-25 lbs. Customer contact, extended work day, office laboratory and field assignment.

  • Must be able to lift, carry, install and remove electronic and mechanical equipment and other support systems.

Qualifications:

Education:

  • Bachelor's Degree preferred.

  • Ten years of experience in a technical field at a launch test range. 3 to 5 years of experience in management or supervision of O&M personnel.

  • Shall have a working knowledge of the Electronic Warfare mission at PMRF

  • Shall be familiar with USN ESM, EA, Radar, and Missile Systems tactics and procedures.

  • Requires knowledge of US Navy technical directives, instructions, supply system, and maintenance organization.

  • Must communicate effectively in writing and orally with all levels of technical and management personnel.

  • Must demonstrate the ability to lead and train operators and technicians in the installation, troubleshooting, maintenance and operation of Threat Simulations, Tracking Aid, and FIC systems.

  • Must possess the following PC skills: Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.

SECURITY CLEARANCE:

Secret security clearance is required. Applicants selected either must currently possess a Secret clearance or will be subject to a Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements to obtain clearance prior to commencement of employment, and maintain a security clearance for access to classified information or Closed/Restricted Areas throughout duration of employment.

By submitting your resume for this position, you understand and agree that Harris Corporation may share your resume, as well as any other related personal information or documentation you provide, with its subsidiaries and affiliated companies for the purpose of considering you for other available positions.

Harris is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, citizenship status, or membership in any other group protected by federal, state or local law.

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