Northrop Grumman Operations Crew Engineer 3 (Alice Springs, AU) in International, United States
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems is seeking an operations systems controller to work as a member of an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) crew on a rotating 12-hr shift schedule at a field site located in Alice Springs. A candidate will be trained on-site with the necessary skills and knowledge required for system operations. Upon certification, the operator will continue to develop operational skills, knowledge and problem solving experience for greater technical responsibilities or leadership opportunities within the operations organization. Additional shift operations duties include continuous core skill improvement training, follow-on advanced operator training, and system performance improvement tasks involving Perl programming and standard operating procedure modifications. The successful systems controller candidate will be responsible for:
24/7 / 365 real-time monitoring of a complex hardware/software system including normal maintenance activities and problem response/resolution
Recognizing and reacting both as part of a crew and independently to problems in a timely manner to ensure system safety and availability
Assisting the O&M organization in other engineering and operations tasks commensurate with the grade level
Successfully completing an operator certification class including classroom, simulator and OJT phases
Representing the organization in frequent inter-organizational and outside customer contacts with respect to with technical issues or specific projects.
The successful candidate must also:
Be able to work within a multi-contractor badgeless team environment
Have exceptional attention to detail
Be self-motivating with the ability to proactively complete assigned tasks
Be willing to advance to supervisory certification levels
Be able to sit a rotating 12-hour shift schedule with restricted breaks from the monitoring workspace
Possess and have the ability to retain an active TS/SCI clearance with an SSBI and completion of a Counter Intelligence polygraph is required
A 2 year commitment is required. Applicant must pass physical, psychological and security/polygraph screening.
A comprehensive overseas compensation package, including relocation assistance, is provided
Bachelor of Science Degree in a STEM field (Science/Technology/Engineering/Math) plus 5 years operations technical experience; OR 9 years of experience in a 24x7 real-time mission critical operations environment.
Experience with the hardware and/or software systems used for real-time system control
Comfortable working with VMS, RHEL Linux or other OS' at the command interface level
Basic scripting skills (prefer PERL, TCL)
General knowledge of networks
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