Broadcast Engineer

CACI International
Arlington, Virginia Work Remotely
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Job Description


CACI Inc. is seeking a qualified candidate that will support the FEMA sponsored National Public Warning System Sustainment (NPWS)Task. Duties will include but are not limited to researching all aspects of Primary Entry Point (PEP) Training, Exercise, Testing, Operations and Maintenance (O&M) to ensure the National Emergency Alert System (EAS) and other sub-systems are understood and ready for use under all conditions (sub-systems include: large capacity fuel tanks, day tanks, (High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse) HEMP shelters, generators, AM and FM transmitters, fuel monitoring, radio studio equipment).


What You’ll Get to Do:
The ideal candidate will-

  • Provide valuable insight into determining the operational testing and maintenance frequency of all NPWS EAS related equipment and ensure captured data is well documented and archived in the PEP Operations Portal.
  • Track maintenance & repair activities to ensure all stations in the PEP Program schedule and complete maintenance as determined by the original equipment manufacturer (e.g. semiannual, annual, biennial and triennial).
  • Perform low-level, equipment-specific programming.
  • Analyze equipment problems to determine best solution.

  • Conduct site visits to exercise equipment, look for problems, and train PEP station personnel.
  • Analyze data collected to produce comprehensive reports for the client and CACI Program Manager
  • Participate in meetings internally and with the government contacts as required



More About the Role:

This position requires a significant amount of travel (up to 75%) to FEMA-provisioned PEP facilities located at key broadcast facilities across the Unites States and its territories while conducting routine system exercise, inspection, verification and developing reports based on existing procedures, practices and protocols. Operational knowledge of the NPWS and associated equipment including broadcast transmitters, studio consoles, long form programming, emergency power generator systems and other related equipment is preferred. Applicant must have excellent communications skills (both oral and written), be a “self-starter” and have the ability to work within a team in a structured but unsupervised environment.

Questions?  Contact IEEE Member Jeff Hugabonne
(Five Seven One) 290-7472


You’ll Bring These Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience
  • 5 years experience in radio engineering


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