Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs):
1. Fluent in both Mandarin and English 2. Previous work with or serving in the Taiwan military (Signal).3. Experience with Taiwan Military communications networks/systems; experience with the Improved Mobile Subscriber Equipment system.4. A Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 5 years of related experience 5. Minimum of 5 years of develop life-cycle maintenance concept 6. Experience in developing training manual, implementing training and fielding. 7. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including technical presentation skills8. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Productivity Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook).9. Familiarity with Taiwan Army logistic and supply practices.10. Familiarity with computer and networking equipment.11. Willingness to learn and contribute to the overall success of the teamDuties: Maintains constant liaison with appropriate organizations related to program problems and requirements by means of telephone, contacts, and meetings to assure resolution of problems. Analyzes program status, as required, with the objective of identifying potential problems before they become critical. Investigates system related problem areas, bottlenecks, conflicts to develop cause, effect, solution, or alternative approaches to recommend corrective action to USG Program Office.The Contractor shall provide a full range of support services for the security assistance/foreign military sales program. Services include, but are not limited to, logistics and maintenance support, training and fielding, and technical support for systems identified within the LOR/LOA agreements. Attends meetings, provide status reports, visits Taiwan Army/MND and contractor facilities, and makes periodic field trips to determine that all logistics aspects are adequately covered in the program plans. This review also assures interface between the USG programs and Taiwan have been considered.
Act as point of contact between Taiwan and USG. Supply USG and support Taiwan with needed information as required. Provides local logistics/administration support for USG, inclusive of local purchase, Customs/ freight forward paperwork, car and hotel reservation...etc. Conduct telephonic conference calls with USG and Taiwan when needed. Coordinate with the IMSE depot operations for Taiwan's requests.Reviews program activities. Coordinates with USG program office to obtain necessary information. Provides inputs for master schedules and plans developed for the orderly phasing of all required actions (i.e., production, procurement, testing, training, communications, transportation, maintenance, and a wide variety of logistical and other support activities) to install, maintain, and operate in-country the equipment system.
This document is not legally binding and does not commit the US Government in any way. Please submit all responses, to include a detailed description of contractor qualifications and experience to Jason Acosta by COB 7 November 2017 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-395-6407. Responses should not exceed five (5) pages.