SME-TECH/OPERATOR Interior Communications Electrician (IC)
Subject Matter Expert (SME) -Technician/Operator Interior Communications Electrician
Sign-on Bonus $3,000.00
About LSI (www.lsijax.com)
LSI was originally founded as Logistic Services International in 1978 by two former Naval Officers. The founders sold LSI to the employees in January 2006 via the LSI Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).
Initially established to meet the aviation training and support needs of foreign militaries operating U.S. Navy aircraft and systems, LSI has developed an enviable reputation for innovation, responsiveness, and reliability among a customer base that includes the U.S. Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, numerous foreign militaries, and the largest military aircraft manufacturing and defense companies in the world.
LSI employee-owners are a dynamic team of professionals – people with the finest technical expertise, a level of passionate creativity, and a truly visionary outlook who deliver innovative training solutions that exceed our customer’s expectations. Everyone at LSI is an owner and has a personal stake in our success.
LSI has over 450 training and training support experts, engineers, and craftsmen on staff who develop state-of-the-art high fidelity training devices, complex computer-based, highly interactive distributed learning products, and comprehensive, dynamic technical publications. LSI employee-owners collaborate to deliver training products and services for a myriad of programs and customers, using leading edge technology and proven processes.
The Subject Matter Expert (SME) -Technician/Operator Interior Communications Electrician designs and develops training solutions or conducts technician or operator training for defined areas of military expertise in accordance with contractual specifications, standards, and instructions.
Essential Job Functions:
- Serve as a SME for the development and delivery of training solutions pertaining to technicians, maintainers, or operators of military platforms, systems, or weapons.
- Work with a team of training development professionals to analyze, design, develop, and deliver Computer-Based Training (CBT) products, virtual/augmented reality simulators, and training devices.
- May be tasked to use commercial off-the-shelf or company developed authoring tools to create CBT products, such as Interactive Courseware (ICW), or Instructor-Led Training (ILT) materials.
- May attend training conferences, In-Process Reviews (IPRs), and other required meetings.
- Must be aware of International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) restrictions on export of military hardware and training services.
- Responsible for the safe handling of Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) and Government Furnished Information (GFI).
- May be required to work occasionally outside of normal hours due to travel or availability of training equipment.
- Works a standard weekly schedule of 40 hours with overtime as required.
- Performs other duties as required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Capable with networked computers (word processing, graphics, spread sheet, database, and desktop publishing applications), scanners, printers, copiers, E-mail and internet browsers, FAX machines and other required audio/visual equipment.
- Possess good verbal and written English communication skills for training development.
- Able to work in a team concept to accomplish common goals.
- Must interact with military and other government personnel using the appropriate dialect and affording the proper courtesies while observing the correct customs.
- Experience using Microsoft Office software tools.
- Possess interpersonal skills to accept assignments and communicate technical concepts in layman's terms.
- Ability to analyze and interpret instructions and standards.
- Must be able to obtain a secret security clearance, and pass background checks to obtain a base access pass to military installations and contractor facilities as required by the contract.
- If working in courseware development, must be familiar with the prescribed processes required for ILT, ICW and other CBT development.
Education and Experience:
- High school diploma or GED equivalent.
- Four (4) years of experience directly related to the area of expertise in the maintenance or operation of systems and subsystems for project assigned.
- Additional qualifications or experience as required by the Statement of Work.
- Successful completion of an approved Military Instructor Training Program desired but not required.
- Prior U.S Navy experience as an Interior Communication Electrician (IC), with the V68B Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) code, operating and performing organizational level maintenance on the Integrated Voice Communications System (STC 2(V)) and associated peripheral equipment installed in the system.
Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) and 401K
Health, Dental and Vision Coverage
Basic, AD&D Supplemental, and Dependent Life Insurance
Short and Long-term Disability Coverage
Health and Dependent Care FSA and HSA plans
Tricare Supplement Plan
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Educational Assistance Program
Interest-free loans (computers, gym, tools)
Paid Time Off (PTO)
10 Paid Holidays
Flexible work schedule
We are equal opportunity/affirmative action employers, committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status, or any other protected characteristic under state or local law.