Operator is responsible for flying all Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) equipment and will be integrated into a flying schedule with site provided guidance. While operating from the deployed location, all FSRs are responsible to, and work directly for, the assigned Site Lead for daily tasking, regardless of parent company. Each FSR will be integrated into the flying/maintenance schedule and is not solely responsible for one area of the deployment location requirements (programming, maintenance, refueling). The FSR will be integrate with all facets of the operation and be able to operate, communicate, and work in support of mission requirements. It is the FSR's responsibility to ensure mission success through aircraft serviceability, system operability, system reliability and operational support stability.
FSRs at CONUS and OCONUS locations to provide maintenance and support services for Navy and USMC electronic warfare (EW) and Counter UAS systems and associated equipment to include the JCREW I1B1, MODI, MADS-K, MADIS, CVRJ, systems , Hand Controller Units and Electronics Units and future EW systems
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The UAS instructor is responsible for assisting in the development of training curriculum, learning objectives and task analysis for the PUMA/RAVEN UAS Systems. He or she must apply uniform and efficient training and publications processes on the assigned programs. The instructor will also be involved in evaluating training methods and recommending changes/improvements to ensure efficient and effective qualification of students to required standards. He/she must be a Subject Matter Expert for operations and maintenance of the PUMA/RAVEN UAS Systems and provide technical expertise in the development of effective training and product improvement. In addition, the instructor is responsible in obtaining and seeing to the appropriate use of equipment, facilities and materials needed in support of ongoing training courses. He/she will also help in the preparation of technical, cost and schedule estimates and proposals as well as prepare plans for accomplishing training and documentation tasks specified in contract requirements. The instructor will be responsible for presenting the formalized training courses and materials. Additional duties may involve domestic and international travel for training and deployment support.
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