Spectrum Manager - Mid-Sr.Level*
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POST DATE 8/30/2016
END DATE 10/21/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONJob Code: #3631
Title: Spectrum Manager - Mid-Sr.Level*
Date Posted: 08/29/2016
Job Location: Norfolk Virginia
Verify technical equipment specifications to ensure the data provided in spectrum applications are correct. Analyzes the frequencies already assigned in the proposed operational area for compatibility, considering emission, power, location of transmitters, height of antennas, aircraft operation altitude, and other critical equipment operating characteristics. Selects frequencies and identifies alternatives to fulfill new frequency requirements. Coordinate frequency related issues with government and non-government agencies. Knowledge of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Manual of Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management is required.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Has experience or extensive knowledge with the processes and procedures relative to Frequency Management. Reviews/oversees preparation of all related documentation; conducts program reviews, meetings, etc. Works independently under general guidelines or objectives set by supervisor. Employs a high degree of creativity, foresight and judgment to plan, organize and guide programs. Additionally the following specific tasks must be performed:
Reviews the frequency assignment proposals to determine whether or not these proposals, if approved, would result in technical conflicts with existing frequency assignments.
Reviews the frequency assignment proposals for compliance with applicable policy, regulations, and procedures, and recommend corrective action when necessary; understand and use the National Table of Frequency Allocations, various assignment plans, restrictions, rules and procedures for authorizing frequency assignments.
Performs interference analysis, frequency nomination and processing using Spectrum XXI and the Government Master File (GMF).
Performs preparation of applications for Host Nation Coordination utilizing the Host Nation Spectrum Worldwide Database Online (HNSWDO).
Evaluates and initiates frequency proposals in standard frequency action format in accordance with MCEB PUB 7.
May perform site surveys and assist in the development of communications plans.
10-15 plus year specific spectrum management experience.
Comprehensive knowledge of DoD approved spectrum management database software (currently Spectrum XXI) and frequency assignment standard formats and processes.
Comprehensive knowledge of International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Radio Regulations and Allocations and National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) spectrum management systems and processes.
Interservice Radio Frequency Management School (IRFMS) and/or NTIA Spectrum Management Course.
Active Secret security clearance. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
INTERSERVICE RADIO FREQUENCY MANAGEMENT SCHOOL (IRFMS)
RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT COURSE
NTIA SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT COURSE
WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL Norfolk, VA
All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or status as a Vietnam era or special disabled veteran.
Additional BenefitsTuition Assistance
Health care off-set
Short and Long Term Disability