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Field Service Technician
Job tasks include but are not limited to:
- Deployment, optimization, and repair of infrastructure, Nice public safety loggers, subscribers, microwave, computers, servers and network equipment both internally and externally to the client.
The FSO department works with system managers, engineers, sales team, project managers, system Technologists and service partners to accomplish the assigned tasks.
You will need to show you can develop solutions to difficult technical problems encountered while installing or servicing this equipment.
FSTs are assigned to a geographic location, in this case it is a military base in Okinawa Japan, and you will be responsible for these systems on the base and will do some travelling to off base sites.
FSTs are on call 24/7 to cover public safety customers (and on a rotating basis for weekends). They need people with either a Secret Clearance or someone who can obtain one quickly.
There are currently 3 people on this team, plus a manager and they are looking to add 2 more. One of the most important criteria to be successful in this opportunity will be your behaviors - Do you have the following behaviors? (Work with a team, work independently, leadership skills, respects others, training, assets, the desire for self-improvement, strong communications skills?)
You will also need to show that you know communication systems from end to end system operation/performance/ deployment and are not just someone who swapped out bad boxes with a new one.
Since this position is based in Okinawa, the company provides you with a housing allowance each month. This is a 3 year position and at the end of the 3 year term, you can opt to stay longer or request a position in CONUS.