Posted on 11/10/2022
Virginia Beach, VA, USA
- Requires high school diploma or equivalent and 1 - 3 years of prior relevant experience
- Demonstrated ability to perform assigned technical/para-engineering tasks and 1 year of experience
- Previous electronics repair and maintenance experience
- Individuals must possess the ability and demeanor to share common spaces over lengthy deployment periods and work closely with others in a small working area and in a shipboard environment
- Selected applicant must be proficient with personal computers and have a familiarity with operational and maintenance publications
- Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
- Obtain valid U.S. passport in an expeditious manner, have the ability to travel, successfully complete and pass a pre-employment drug screening, and have the ability to obtain and maintain company provided travel charge cards
- Must have successfully completed a class C military electronics repair school and/or have a degree in electronics/information technology
- Must be capable of passing a Mariner's Physical per COMSCINST 6000.l.c and maintain their medical fitness for this position
- Selected applicant will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information
- Final Secret required to start and ability to obtain a Top Secret
- Selected applicant can reside anywhere within the United States as long as he/she is flexible for deployments and travel
- Operation and maintenance of electronic equipment utilizing common and specialized tools in repair and maintenance of electro/mechanical equipment, test equipment, manufacturers' manuals, schematic diagrams and government procedures to operate and repair electro/mechanical equipment
- Preparation of all required reports; assist higher level personnel in compiling data for reports, procedures and manuals and ensure proper maintenance of records and logs
- Perform collateral duties in security, safety and logistics areas
- SURTASS program training is highly desired
- Familiarity and knowledge of UNIX is desired Background in EKMS/COMSEC
Scientific & engineering systems integration service
Leidos’s mission is to make the world safer, healthier, and more efficient through technology, engineering, and science. The company is a leader in systems integration and technical solutions while working closely with all branches of the U.S. military, the U.S. Department of Defense, other U.S. government civil agencies, and also customers in select markets across the globe.
- Medical, dental, & vision insurance
- Health Savings account
- Income protection
- Paid parental leave
- Jury duty pay
- Bereavement leave
- 401(k) Retirement Plan
- Employee Stock Purchase Plan
- Family Benefits
Company Core Values
- Integrity: Is having the courage to make tough ethical decisions, taking pride in our work, being transparent with our team, and being respectful of everyone.
- Inclusion: Is fostering a sense of belonging, welcoming all perspectives and contributions, and providing equal access to opportunities and resources for everyone.
- Innovation: Is not limited to our engineers and scientists. It is acting as a catalyst. Being tenacious and curious to help us excel and be a part of a learning organization.
- Agility: Is being flexible, creative, and resilient. It is our ability to think and act small while using the size and strength of our balance sheet to our advantage.
- Collaboration: Is being team-oriented and proactively engaging to meet shared objectives. It is about building relationships and staying connected with each other.
- Commitment: Is being accountable, taking ownership, modeling servant leadership, and operating with a sense of urgency to our customers and teams.