Surveillance Specialist #TCI-2907

Surveillance Specialist #TCI-2907

Job Category: K9 Handler / Trainer

Job Location: CONUS

Job State: Langley, Virginia, United States

Job Description:

Role and Responsibilities:

Provide operational review of radar data from network. Individual will need to provide target detection analysis on a real time basis. Provide linguistic support both written and oral to meet USG requirements for mission. Provide operational perspective on operations requirements for surveys or host nation support. Candidate will need to provide support as a staff action officer for ongoing USG activities. Participate in Subject matter Expert Exchanges with various agencies or host nation groups. May be required to deploy to assist with set up or teardown of equipment. Candidate must be willing to travel, up to 25% of time.

The Candidate shall directly monitor the operational status and analyze the performance of sensors supporting the DoD D&M mission. Sensors may include Tethered Aerostat Radars (TARS), US Ground Based Radars (GBRs), PN GBRs, Tactical Data Link (TADIL), Costal maritime radar, ADS-B, AIS, etc. Intel and quality analysis shall be conducted utilizing tools such as Radar Data Interface System (RDIS), Radar Evaluation Squadron (RADES) System III/IV (RS3/4) software, CDRADES, Radar Analysis Program (RAP) software and miscellaneous other analysis tools provided by the Government or developed by the Contractor.


  • High School Diploma or Equivalent, Military background preferred but open to qualified candidates. A Bachelor's degree desired
  • Provide programmatic and technical support and assistance towards the development, implementation, and sustainment of CD/CNT programs and program requirements;
  • Liaise with NORTHCOM/AFNORTH, SOUTHCOM/AFSOUTH, CENTCOM/AFCENT ensuring full integration of USAF hemispheric CD/CNT capabilities;
  • Monitor Air Component CD/CNT operations as well as analyze and optimize sensor performance in support of mission objectives;
  • Employ RDQM tools (RS3/4, RAP, etc.) as well as remote radar display systems (NTRD); and,

conduct radar data quality monitoring and operations SMEEs.


  • High School Diploma or Equivalent, Military background preferred but open to qualified candidates. A Bachelor's degree desired
  • Fluent in technical and conversational speaking, reading, and writing in English and Spanish (DLPT Level 2), and the ability to translate between the two.
  • Must pass federal background check and drug screen
  • Computer knowledge and use: Word, Outlook, general keyboard/typing skills

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