The Cryptologic Carry-on Program (CCOP), a full lifecycle systems provider, demonstrates SPAWAR's ability to respond rapidly to emerging threats. CCOP's family of systems are scalable to platform, re-configurable to mission, modular (plug and play), and dynamically re-programmable to support new threats. By using CCOP, the Navy has the ability to field innovative capabilities to respond to emerging threats within 10 days of notification. CCOP's wide range of capabilities include engineering support, software development, integration, testing, technical writing, Cybersecurity (administration, policy and engineering), production, technical support, warehousing, drafting, repair and management.
As a Fleet Electronic Support (FES) Technician, this individual performs a variety of complex technical functions in support of the CCOP and FES activity such as design, test, checkout, modification, fabrication, and assembly of electronic systems.
PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Performing on-site installation, troubleshooting, and testing of CCOP products and equipment
- Providing technical support to customers on operational or maintenance aspects of system equipment
- Providing maintenance training to include junior level electronics technicians, FES CTMs, and support staff to perform general fabrication, assembly, configuration, test and evaluation, and documentation tasks
- Establishing procedures for the maintenance of FES laboratory facilities and equipment including cable diagrams, equipment schematics, and configurations to support various CCOP system arrangements. Will train personnel to operate, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment
- Providing written and/or oral status updates of current installations as well as support provided to Atlantic Fleet platforms to supervisor and In-Service Engineering Activity (ISEA) personnel
- Providing technical distance and on-site support to deployed U.S. NAVY units
- Working as a NAVINTEL IA Trusted Agent
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