We are currently is seeking an Unmanned Aerial System/Remote Piloted Vehicle Pilot/Analyst to work on a long-term project with our client in Aberdeen, MD and OCONUS locations.
***Deployments are 6 months***
*** Must have an active Secret Clearance to be considered ***
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Our client is seeking an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) / Remote Piloted Vehicle (RPV) Pilot / Analyst to perform operator responsibilities for remote piloted vehicles (UAS / RPVs - air and ground) and supporting systems to gather intelligence for mission planning, mission sensor / payload operations, launching, remotely piloting, and recovering remotely-piloted ground and air vehicle systems at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD and OCONUS locations. Deployments are 6-months.
Description of Duties:
Define vulnerabilities and critical infrastructure related to threats by RPV such as TTPs to include emplacement TTPs and photo TTP.
Responsible for the acquisition, fabrication, modification, programming, and maintenance of RPV for test events.
Deploy and redeploy the RPV ground and air systems.
Launch and recover the air vehicle, performs pre-flight, in flight, and post flight checks.
Ability to travel CONUS and OCONUS (to possible conflict areas) on short notice in order to disseminate relevant threat information.
Assist with vulnerability site assessments to inform analyst team about possible use of RPVs.
Coordinate with national and international intelligence agencies to develop data sharing capability, trend analysis and procedures.
Provide comprehensive technical red-team analysis.
BA / BS with 3 years experience or Associates degree plus 6yrs experience (OR) High School plus 10 yrs experience.
Demonstrate knowledge and experience in providing Technical Intelligence (TI) support (e.g. SIGINT / CYBER / RPV Operations) used in remotely-piloted vehicles.
Demonstrate experience in pre-deployment training and knowledge exchange supporting field training exercises (FTX), Validation Exercises (VALEX), and other technical exchange events.
Must be able to obtain a Certified FAA UAS Pilot License.
Must be able to obtain an Amateur Radio Technician License.
Experience with all RPV (land, air, and sea) and ability to design/fabricate with limited instructions or pre-built kits.
Ability to research emerging RPV technologies, describe their advantages, and the impact to DoD capabilities.
Knowledge of the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP).
Ability to take technical RPV knowledge and inform/instruct others about the technology, capabilities and limitations, and impacts to DoD capabilities.
Proficient in utilizing standard MS Office computer applications and intelligence related automation to support analytical efforts and product development.
Define and carry out scenarios (in test events or training events) in which RPV technology can be utilized.
Ability to understanding and interpret customer requirements in order to influence correct use of the RPV technology at technical exchange events or test events.
Ability to perform independently while in other locations and interacting with other organizations and military units.
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Must hold a minimum of Secret clearance
Must be willing to deploy approximately 50% of the year on a 6-month rotational basis