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Top 50 Signal Support Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Signal Support Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Signal Support Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 8.9% of Signal Support Specialist resumes contained Satellite Communications Equipment as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Signal Support Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Signal Support Specialist:

1. Satellite Communications Equipment

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Here's how Satellite Communications Equipment is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised, installed, employed, maintained, and did troubleshoot signal systems satellite communications equipment and automated computer systems.
  • Managed 20 personnel during upgrades/updates for ten million dollars' worth of satellite communications equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting on terminal devices, satellite communications equipment, and automated telecommunications computer systems.
  • Managed a high-dollar inventory of radios, computers, and satellite communications equipment.
  • Employed and maintained satellite communications equipment and automated telecommunications computer systems.
  • Ensured radio/satellite communications equipment was maintained in combat-ready status.
  • Maintained and trouble shot satellite communications equipment.
  • Maintained and troubleshoot signal support systems terminals, computers, set up routers, printers and satellite communications equipment.
  • Installed, maintained, and provided troubleshooting for signal support equipment, radio systems, and satellite communications equipment.
  • Prepared inventories of (COMSEC) equipment and satellite communications equipment.
  • supervised, installed, maintained, and assisted users with radio devices, satellite communications equipment and automated computer systems.

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2. Technical Assistance

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Here's how Technical Assistance is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Performed signal support functions, to include providing technical assistance and training for user owned and operated automation and communications equipment.
  • Provided technical assistance and instruction for user operated automation and communications equipment to include personal PCs and data distribution systems.
  • Provided technical assistance and unit level training for automation, communication, and user owned and operated Signal equipment.
  • Provided technical assistance concerning the communication/network equipment performance standards that resulted in receiving a commendable score of 100%.
  • Provide technical assistance in implementing information systems, deploying personnel, and operating dedicated computer systems.
  • Performed signal support functions, technical assistance, and training for automation and communications equipment.
  • Provide technical assistance and training for user owned and operated automated telecommunication computer systems.
  • Provide technical assistance and training on automation and communication equipment.
  • Provided technical assistance and unit level training on Signal equipment.
  • Provided technical assistance and performed signal support functions.
  • Performed all support functions to include; providing technical assistance and unit level training of user owned and operated.
  • Perform signal support functions such as radio tests and provides technical assistance.
  • Provided technical assistance and training for computer systems and local area networks.
  • Provide technical assistance and training to Army unit personnel when needed.
  • Perform signal support functions and technical assistance for computer systems.
  • Trained and provided technical assistance to users of Signal equipment.
  • Prove technical assistance and training for local area networks.
  • Provide technical assistance and training for local area networks Maintenance for equipment, terminal devices, assigned vehicles and power generators.
  • Supervised, maintained, and troubleshooted signal support systems, radios, and battlefield automated systems and provided technical assistance.
  • Provide technical assistance and training for local area networks (mobile broadband internet, global and domestic.

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3. Terminal Devices

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Here's how Terminal Devices is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Identified and resolved technical problems supporting terminal devices, satellite communications equipment, automated telecommunications computer systems.
  • Managed, installed, maintained and troubleshot information technology systems and terminal devices.
  • Regulated maintenance and accountability for signal equipment, terminal devices, and assigned vehicles
  • Maintained equipment terminal devices and assigned vehicles.
  • Supervised and trained 10 junior team members on the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Supervised, installed, employed, maintained, troubleshot, and assisted users with battlefield signal support systems and terminal devices.
  • Installed and maintained Signal support systems and terminal devices, that included radio, wire, and battlefield automated systems.
  • Operated and maintained tactical signal support systems and terminal devices allowing leadership to communicate and direct the movement of troops.
  • Supervised, installed, maintained, and performed troubleshooting techniques to unit's signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Supervised, installed signal support systems and terminal devices, including radio, wire and battle field automated systems.
  • Installed, maintained, and troubleshot communications support equipment and terminal devices to include Windows and Unix based systems.
  • Installed, maintained, and troubleshoot signal support equipment and terminal devices, designated radio and data distribution systems.
  • Managed, installed, maintained and troubleshot signal support systems and terminal devices.
  • Provide maintenance for equipment, terminal devices, assigned vehicles and power generators.
  • Installed, maintained, and troubleshoot Signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Equipped, managed and resolved signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Meet maintenance guidelines for terminal devices, vehicles and generators.
  • support systems specialists are primarily responsible for working with battlefield signal support systems and terminal devices.
  • Install and maintain signal support systems and terminal devices Train signal equipment users and provide technical assistance Obtained a Security Clearance
  • United States Army Reserves, Fremont, NE 01/2008-06/2010 Installed, maintained, and troubleshot signal support equipment and terminal devices.

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4. Data Distribution Systems

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Here's how Data Distribution Systems is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Planed and developed programs and implemented policies and procedures for coordination and dissemination of information through radio and data distribution systems.
  • Maintained radio and data distribution systems by performing signal support functions and technical assistance for computer systems.
  • Conduct preventative maintenance check on all equipment and operated designated radio and data distribution systems.
  • Coordinated installation, operation, and maintenance of radio and data distribution systems.
  • Installed, operated and managed assigned radio and data distribution systems.
  • Maintain radio and data distribution systems; preform signal support functions and technical assistance for computer systems and local area networks.
  • Maintained radio and data distribution systems for small unit communications, as well as power systems and signal support devices.
  • Installed, operated and maintained designated radio, wire, cable and data distribution systems in garrison and combat.
  • Installed, employed, maintained, troubleshot, and assists users with designated radio and data distribution systems.
  • Installed and maintained Signal equipment, radio system and data distribution systems for a 300-plus member organization.
  • Operate and maintain designated radio, computer, data distribution systems and other A/V equipment.
  • Installed, operated, and maintained designated radio and data distribution systems.
  • Maintained radio and data distribution systems and performed tests on computer systems.
  • Maintain radio and data distribution systems.
  • Installed, operated, and maintained designated radio and data distribution systems Trained and provided network support to users of Signal equipment
  • Installed, operated and maintained communications equipment, terminal devises, designated radio and data distribution systems.
  • Maintained radio and data distribution systems resulting in constant communication and network uptime during field operations.
  • Schedule: 1 weekend a month 2 weeks a year Duties: Maintain radio and data distribution systems.
  • Project based in Saudi Arabia to setup radio and data distribution systems in Iraq.
  • Maintained equipment, terminal devices, and P radio and data distribution systems.

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5. Local Area Network

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Here's how Local Area Network is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Provide technical assistance for user operated automated telecommunication computers, local area networks and routers.
  • Provided computer system administration, local area network administration, and system/network security.
  • Train users on procedural processes for Local Area Network communication connectivity.
  • Operated automated telecommunication computer systems, local area networks and routers.
  • Provide technical assistance on local area networks during military operations.
  • Provided technical assistance for local area networks during system failures
  • Configured EIGRP on wide area network (WAN) and local area network (LAN) Cisco routers.
  • Provide technical assistance and training for Cisco and Dell based local area networks and routers, signal communications.
  • Lead a team of five personnel and managed up to forty users in a Local Area Network.
  • Assisted in the installation and management of non-secure and secure local area networks (LAN).
  • Served as Network specialist for the local area network and provided technical assistance and training.
  • Install and troubleshoot computer hardware and software, printers, and the local area network.
  • Established Local Area Network (LAN) cables and ensured sound data distribution.
  • Install tactical local area networks (TACLAN) for military communications operations.
  • Installed and troubleshot Local Area Network cables in buildings.
  • Produced LAN cables and wired the Local Area Networks.
  • Install and manage Local Area Networks.
  • Provided tactical communications via military cryptographic radios, and held administrative duties on a secure mobile Local Area Network.
  • Planned and provided support and training local area networks (LAN) which serviced over 1,200 users.
  • Provide technical assistance and training for local area networks Troubleshot hardware issues and worked with service providers to facilitate repairs.

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6. Signal Support Functions

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Here's how Signal Support Functions is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Performed signal support functions, to include, providing technical assistance and operated automated telecommunication computer systems, LAN and routers.
  • Provided technical assistance and training for local area networks by performing signal support functions and technical assistance for computer systems.
  • Perform signal support functions including providing technical assistance and training to Soldiers utilizing automation and communication equipment.
  • Perform signal support functions including installing, operating, and maintaining selected electronic devices.
  • Perform signal support functions along with troubleshooting equipment and terminal devices.
  • Performed signal support functions for communications equipment.
  • Performed signal support functions and technical support for signal systems, as well as providing end-user training for signal systems.
  • Manage signal support functions and technical assistance for over 6 different tactical radio systems.
  • Integrated signal systems and networks performing signal support functions and unit level maintenance.
  • Performed signal support functions and maintenance.
  • Used industry knowledge to perform signal support functions and unit level maintenance on authorizedsignal equipment and associated electronic devices.
  • Perform signal support functions and provide technical assistance for all of the unit's computer systems and local area networks.
  • Performed signal support functions and technical assistance for computer systems Selected amongst peers to conduct strategic and logistic planning with senior leadership

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7. Troubleshoot

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Managed automation setup accountability, distribution and troubleshooting of information systems and devices valued at $653,727 assigned to the Battalion.
  • Maintained, diagnosed, troubleshoot and monitored communications equipment performance and consistency during quarterly training and educational objectives.
  • Trained Army personnel to operate and troubleshoot communications equipment, both military and civilian.
  • Performed troubleshooting procedures on desktop and tactical local area network cable.
  • Maintained, repaired, and troubleshoot communication equipment.
  • Handled troubleshooting and trained equipment users.
  • Performed client-level networking support functions of user configuration and management to include adds, moves, changes, and troubleshooting.
  • Handled technical troubleshooting within a DOD network, including the setup and maintaining of government laptops for the unit.
  • Worked closely with Help Desk as a Tier I support, troubleshooting network connections, peripherals and imaged computers.
  • Supported Information Systems as technician, installer, maintainer, troubleshooter, and assisted with network support systems.
  • Handled technical troubleshooting within an enterprise environment, including system crashes, slow-downs and data recoveries.
  • Installed, maintained, troubleshooted, and operated, radio, cellular, and tower equipment.
  • Install and troubleshoot computers, radios, satellites, GPS components and networking hardware.
  • Install, troubleshoots, and maintains manual and automated battlefield signals support systems.
  • Run and maintain cat5 and cat6 cables, troubleshoot and maintain networks.
  • Handled troubleshooting and provided customer support for over 250 pieces of equipment.
  • Manage, troubleshoot, and monitor network systems and radio equipment.
  • Complete troubleshooting and repairs when radios have malfunctions and technical issues.
  • General Help Desk tasks, troubleshooting and solving problems within a timly manner.
  • Train employees on communications equipment and how to correctly troubleshoot components.

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8. Routers

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Here's how Routers is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Installed telecommunications equipment including switches and routers.
  • Operated and maintained in excess of $1million worth of communications equipment such as radios, ELPRS, switches, routers.
  • Perform checks on radios, maintain IT equipment (routers, rebuild domains, troubleshoot computer and network problems)
  • Install, Repair, Configure radios and satellites Extensive knowledge in routers, switches, modems, etc.
  • Configure wide area network (WAN) or local area network (LAN) routers or related equipment.
  • Deployed, maintained, secured, and updated Cisco firewalls, routers, and switches for 3 years.
  • Performed diagnostics and maintenance on computers, CISCO routers, radios and antennas to ensure their proper functioning.
  • Performed LAN management by adding new peripherals (printers, scanner, routers, and computers).
  • Configured Cisco routers within tactical vehicles, in order to sustain network functionality within LAN/WAN networks.
  • Experienced in running a whole Battalion networking system, which deals with routers and switches.
  • Experience in designing a small LAN, troubleshooting, operating and configuring wireless routers.
  • Network understanding, ability to configure routers, firewalls and virtual private networks.
  • Configured routers and switches, and established and maintained firewalls and border security.
  • Set up topology, cabling schemes, and passwords for the routers.
  • Configured switches and routers to work with Department of Defense systems.
  • Connected devices and determines placement of routers and switches for servers.
  • Support for Network Hubs, Routers, and Satellite systems.
  • Experience in installing, maintaining and troubleshooting Routers and Hubs.
  • Performed Simple router maintenance on several Cisco routers.
  • Acquired skill while in the Army: Limited use on Cisco -(Switches and Routers, VOIPs)

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9. Signal Support Equipment

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Here's how Signal Support Equipment is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised up to 20 personnel on operating and maintaining battlefield Signal support equipment.
  • Provided training on communication systems and signal support equipment.
  • Directed and coordinated signal support equipment repair and maintenance.
  • Position Held Signal Support Systems Specialist - Installs, maintains, and troubleshoots Signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Maintain, install, and troubleshoot signal support equipment and terminal devices during field training and deployment in Iraq.
  • Rank: Sergeant (E5) * Preformed maintenance on assigned test, measurement and diagnostic signal support equipment.
  • Fort Gordon, Georgia United States Installs, maintains, and troubleshoots Signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri Installed, maintained, and troubleshooted Signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Manage and resolve signal support equipment and terminal device issues presented by end users.
  • Prepared maintenance and supply requests for unit level Signal support equipment.
  • Installed and provided technical troubleshooting of signal support equipment and systems for brigade consisting of 10K+ personnel.
  • Fort Drum, NY Installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Level 2 Security Clearance Installs, maintains, and troubleshoots Signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Fort Bliss, TX 79916 Installs, maintains and troubleshoots signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Planned and provided organizational level training for automations and communicationssystems and Signal support equipment.

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10. Preventive Maintenance Checks

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Here's how Preventive Maintenance Checks is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Performed communication support functions which included operating and performing preventive maintenance checks and services on assigned vehicles and power generators.
  • Optimize production operations by diagnosing and troubleshooting radio receivers and perform preventive maintenance checks and services on communication devices.
  • Preformed data entry and inspected equipment for correct application of preventive maintenance checks and services.
  • Trained and aided users of communication equipment and preformed preventive maintenance checks and services.
  • Perform preventive maintenance checks and services on assigned company and operating base level property.
  • Install computer and communication equipment and perform preventive maintenance checks and services.
  • Operated and performed preventive maintenance checks and services on government communication systems.
  • Conducted preventive maintenance checks and services on designated vehicles.
  • Performed weekly preventive maintenance checks and services on all computer systems, radios, satellites, and signal generators.
  • Installed, operated and performed preventive maintenance checks and services on power generators.
  • Operated and preformed preventive maintenance checks and services on vehicles and power generators.
  • Performed preventive maintenance checks and services on assigned back up power units.
  • Operate and perform preventive maintenance checks and services on electronic equipment.
  • Operated and performed preventive maintenance checks and services on assigned vehicles.
  • Perform function checks, and preventive maintenance checks on all equipment.
  • Ensured preventive maintenance checks and services for various equipment.
  • Maintained equipment by doing preventive maintenance checks weekly.
  • Operate and perform preventive maintenance checks and services on hmmwvs, power generators, as well as other operational equipment.
  • Install, operate, and perform preventive maintenance checks and services on other communications equipment.
  • Install, maintain and trouble-shoot signal support equipment Operate and perform preventive maintenance checks.

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11. Electronic Devices

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Here's how Electronic Devices is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Perform ongoing support functions and unit level preventive maintenance checks and services on authorized signal equipment and associated electronic devices.
  • Integrated signal systems and networks; performed unit level maintenance on authorized signal equipment and associated electronic devices.
  • Performed unit level maintenance on authorized Signal equipment and associated electronic devices valued at $150,000.
  • Performed a variety of unit level maintenance on authorized signal equipment and associated electronic devices.
  • Installed, operated and maintained designated radio and data distribution systems on selected electronic devices.
  • Performed unit level maintenance on authorized communication equipment and associated electronic devices.
  • Provide technical support for computer systems, electronic devices and power generators.
  • Performed unit level maintenance and quarterly audits on equipment and electronic devices.
  • Performed maintenance on signal equipment and associated electronic devices.
  • Maintain authorized signal equipment and associated electronic devices.
  • Maintained and operated selected electronic devices.
  • Administered and managed electronic devices.
  • Maintained various selected electronic devices.
  • Repaired cables, wiring, and equipment, using electronic devices and hand tools to install parts and adjust connections.
  • Maintain logs for company visits and software updates Monitor the hardware Test the new electronic devices in the unit.
  • Maintained 100% of electronic devices for 4 platoons in order to remain fully mission capable.
  • Maintain electronic devices and perform Signal support functions.
  • Performed troubleshooting and testing on various communications equipment and electronic devices such as multiplexing equipment and net interfaces.
  • maintain and establish nearly all electronic devices such as satellites, radios, computers, and networks.
  • Maintained selected electronic devices such as mobile phones, computers, hard drives, and etc.

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12. Telecommunications Computer Systems

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Here's how Telecommunications Computer Systems is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Operate and monitor telecommunications computer systems, to include local area networks.
  • Installed and employed automated telecommunications computer systems.

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13. User Accounts

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Here's how User Accounts is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Fort Drum-Communications Team Leader Afghanistan-Team Leader Korea-Unit Communications Manager Managed countless user accounts through Active Directory and MS Outlook.
  • Created user accounts and sets up necessary user workstation application software.
  • Managed user accounts for approximately 40 users.
  • Worked to obtain certifications to be able to get elevated accounts to assist in user accounts and permissions on multiple systems.
  • Solved issues with user accounts as well as system and printer issues, making the sections operational.
  • Established user access levels as well as established user accounts using active directory for over 200 users.
  • Managed user accounts, computer/server accounts, group accounts, and group policies in Active Directory.
  • Created User Account packets with all related training and processes to expedite over 200 user accounts.
  • Created user accounts, granted permissions, processed and responded to trouble tickets.
  • Managed over 150 user accounts to ensure secure access to restricted network systems.
  • Administered 2 Active Directory (AD) domains and 150 user accounts.
  • Used Active Directory to manage and add domain user accounts.
  • Entered work orders for user accounts and designated user rights.
  • Created user accounts and reset user passwords on the domain.
  • Maintained MS Active Directory information for computers and user accounts.
  • Maintained 130 user accounts in accordance with Army regulations.
  • Created over 300 user accounts for the Organization.
  • Monitored and created user accounts.
  • Overlooked user accounts as a admin in ATCTS to ensure user training is up to date and valid monthly.
  • Managed Secure SharePoint, responsible for all HTML editing Added/Managed user accounts, troubleshoot issues and monitored usage.

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14. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Received and implemented combat orders and directed deployment of personnel in offensive, defensive and retrograde operations.
  • Ensured the leadership could communicate with subordinates without interruption in preparation for training and combat operations.
  • Directed implementation of communications equipment throughout combat environment.
  • Maintained secure and non-secure networks during combat deployments.
  • Functioned as junior level leader with essential skills in leadership, training and administration in the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for distinguishing his self above his peers for his work in combat communications.
  • Mounted equipment on transmission antennas and in vehicles such as combat vehicles or armored tracks.
  • Trained unit personnel in unarmed combative techniques - Trained the Unit in Communication Equipment troubleshooting.
  • Fulfilled a range of communication duties for both combat and peacekeeping missions.
  • Installed, maintained and troubleshot critical communications systems in training and combat.
  • Led and directed a decorated 5-member Combat signal support team.
  • Completed Basic Combat Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
  • Operated combat radios in hostile and non hostile environments.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Provided combat support to Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Perform basic soldier and combat skills.
  • Configured Linkway modem on Satellite trailer in combat zone with correct power parameters for the network, including loading boot files.
  • Worked with military combat communications equipment Repaired issues relating to the malfunctioning of military equipment Setup user accounts in Active Directory
  • Satellite, automated, and radio telecommunication support for a Armored Combat Battalion Achieved the Army Achievement Medal for outstanding performance.
  • Job Responsibilities * 11/21/2007 - 02/29/2008 Basic Combat Training Advanced Individual Training) for Signal Support Systems Specialist training.

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15. Troubleshot

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Here's how Troubleshot is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Installed, troubleshot and maintained all telecommunication, network and infrastructure systems.
  • Configured, troubleshot and maintained desktop IBM or compatible microcomputers for operations.
  • Maintained and troubleshot radios mounted in vehicles with internal communication systems.
  • Researched, troubleshot and resolved complex problems independently.
  • Programmed and troubleshot devices following installation.
  • Installed, configured, troubleshot, and maintained hardware and software to ensure the availability and functionality of systems.
  • Assisted and troubleshot company mobile devices for users within the organization with email accounts and other hardware issues.
  • Served as an Information Management Officer; troubleshot, diagnosed, and resolved technical issues for 280+ users.
  • Managed, maintained, and troubleshot established networks to ensure a high degree of reliability.
  • Installed, maintained, and troubleshot, secure radio and digital radio systems.
  • Installed, troubleshot, maintained LAN/WAN networks input IP address to ensure connectivity.
  • Installed, maintained, and troubleshot duplicating equipment (Xerox).
  • Installed, maintained and troubleshot Local Area Networks.
  • Operated and Troubleshot Land Mobile Radios.
  • Fort Eustis, VA 09/2006 - 05/2007 Installed, maintained and troubleshot signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Installed, test, and troubleshot telecommunications equipment to ensure that the eqipmeant is up to standard.
  • Installed, Maintained, troubleshot Repaired, and accounted for over 80 different communicational equipment.
  • Selected Accomplishments: Installed, maintained, and troubleshot signal support equipment and terminal devices.
  • Installed and troubleshot over 30 Sincgar Radio Systems for training preparations.
  • Managed user accounts on the Schofield Domain, updated security issues, troubleshot software/hardware problems, and maintained the physical network.

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16. Comsec

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Here's how Comsec is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Developed and executed communications security management (COMSEC) policies and guidelines within the Battalion.
  • Executed communications security policies and guidelines as a COMSEC Custodian.
  • Trained new soldiers on how to operate equipment, how to load COMSEC, and retrieved weekly COMSEC from custodian.
  • Trained key and senior leaders in the battalion on proper COMSEC procedures which resulted in no COMSEC incidents.
  • Controlled proper issuing and destruction of COMSEC keys in accordance to Army and Navy COMSEC SOP.
  • Managed the Battalion's COMSEC account; issued COMSEC keys to 20 authorized users.
  • Managed base COMSEC material for Army and Navy Security Forces.
  • Managed asset list for authorized personnel to carry COMSEC.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of COMSEC material and equipment.
  • Issued COMSEC keys to authorized users within the Battalion.
  • Assisted in management of base COMSEC material.
  • Managed the Battalion's COMSEC account.
  • Completed NSA's Cryptography/COMSEC Custodian course.
  • Served as a COMSEC custodian.
  • Issued clearance: TS/SCI Executed daily operations while assigned to S-6 of the handling of classified material and installation of COMSEC.
  • Have worked extensively with the SKL, provided several different varieties of COMSEC to my company 2 different COMSEC reps.
  • Worked extensively with the SKL S and the ANCD encryption devices provided several different varieties of COMSEC.
  • Controlled access to a cryptographic communications vault which housed COMSEC keys and other sensitive communications equipment i.e.
  • recived a commendable rating during the division COMSEC Inspection.
  • Set up and maintain comsec for betallion.

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17. Radio Systems

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Here's how Radio Systems is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Provided communication by operating various combat radio systems for Program Managers while conducting field operations.
  • Managed equipment including radio systems and data distribution systems.
  • Enhanced position locating radio systems and programming training.
  • Operate and maintain communications equipment; to include computers, radio systems, switches and routers, antennas, and cables.
  • Observed safety procedures, diagnosed, and maintained secure GPS Receivers, Ground/Airborne Radio Systems, and Tactical Satellite Communications equipment.
  • Installed, configured, and maintained maintenance of networks, computers and radio systems as a Non- commissioned officer in Afghanistan.
  • Provide signal support for a wide range of tactical radio systems, telecommunication equipment, and overall signal systems.
  • Trained over 1,500 personnel to properly utilize radio systems, resulting in an increase in effectiveness by 85%.
  • Maintained over 40, single channel ground airborne radio systems, tactical satellites, and vehicle inter-communications radio.
  • Maintained and managed communication security for tactical radio systems, including Harris, MBITR, and SINCGARS.
  • Installed radio systems, antennas, computer hardware and software, and network hardware.
  • Set up, operate, install, and maintain MRAP vehicle mounted radio systems.
  • Supervised 15 personnel in the maintenance and installation of computer and radio systems.
  • Managed a team of five personnel involved in maintaining radio systems and equipment.
  • Installed, operated, and maintained military radio systems and tracking devices.
  • Installed, maintained, and repaired radio systems at Battalion level.
  • Installed, maintained, troubleshot, and operated tactical radio systems.
  • Trained soldiers to use communications equipment from radio systems to computers.
  • Repair and maintain radio systems.
  • Maintained and accounted for more than $500,000 of Battery maintence support equipment and radio systems with no loss or negligence.

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18. Unit Level Maintenance

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Here's how Unit Level Maintenance is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Performed unit level maintenance on authorized signal equipment and associated electronic devices with a 100% effectiveness and accountability.
  • Operated and maintained unit level maintenance on wired and wireless communications systems and security devices.
  • Supervised and executed unit level maintenance programs for Signal equipment.
  • Performed unit level maintenance on authorized signal equipment.
  • Performed unit level maintenance with calibrated equipment.
  • Performed unit level maintenance on authorized Signal equipment, devices;trains and provided technical assistance to users of Signal equipment.
  • Assisted in staff supervision of information services; planned, supervised and executed unit level maintenance programs for Signal equipment.
  • Performed unit level maintenance on radio and computer networks, power generators, antennas, and assigned vehicles.
  • Integrated signal systems and networks, performed unit level maintenance, and trained users on signal equipment.
  • Preformed quality control on unit level maintenance to ensure proper installation and use of equipment.
  • Perform System Administrator duties and unit level maintenance functions on assigned computer systems and software.
  • Perform Unit Level Maintenance (ULM) on desktop computers.
  • Perform senior operator duties and unit level maintenance functions.
  • Prepared requests for unit level maintenance.
  • Conducted unit level maintenance on all communications equipment in the organization.
  • Perform unit level maintenance on desktops/pcs or compatible microcomputer.
  • Installed, maintained, troubleshoot, assisted users with battlefield signal and systems Performed unit level maintenance checks and services
  • Installed operated, maintained, performed maintenance and unit level maintenance on all intemal communication systems and COMSEC devices.
  • Install, performs strapping, restrapping, preventive maintenance checks and services and unit level maintenance.
  • Perform Unit Level Maintenance Repair Tactical Local Area Network/Install (LAN)

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Here's how Signal Support Systems is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Installed and configured signal support systems and networks including radio and encryption equipment.
  • Supervised and maintained signal support systems and terminal devices.
  • Trained my platoon to be effective signal support systems specialists on the battlefield and to hone their skills to stay alive.
  • Worked on battlefield signal support systems and terminal devices, such as spitfire satellite systems, SINGARS and signal antennas.
  • Account for communications and electronic needs, execute and supervise the installations and maintenance of all signal support systems.
  • Installed signal support systems and terminal devices, to include radio, satellites, wires, and fiber optics.
  • Led installation and maintenance of signal support systems including radio, wire, cable, and automated systems.
  • Planned, executed, and supervised the installation, operation, and maintenance of all signal support systems.
  • Supervised, installed, maintained, trouble shot & assisted users with battle field signal support systems.
  • Installed, troubleshoot, and performed maintenance on manual and automated signal support systems and terminal equipment.
  • Supervised, installed, employed, maintained, and troubleshot battlefield signal support systems and end devices.
  • Installed, troubleshot, and maintained manual and automated battlefield signal support systems and terminal equipment.
  • Installed, configured, and maintained personal computers, classroom equipment, and signal support systems.
  • Completed AIT training at Fort Gordon, GA for signal support systems.
  • Provide training for soldiers on battlefield signal support systems and devices.
  • Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Signal Support Systems Specialist.
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot signal support systems.
  • Supervised and troubleshooted Signal support systems to include radio, wire, and computer operating systems.
  • Developed training for signal support systems, automated telecomm computer systems, and radio broadcast networks.
  • Fort Carson, CO Supervised and integrated the installation, operation and maintenance of signal support systems.

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Here's how US Army is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Repaired, maintained, operated, installed, and deployed various US Army signal and communications equipment vital to mission success.
  • Provide technical support for the US Army personnel by installing, supporting and maintaining all PC hardware, software and peripherals.
  • Completed the project 2 days ahead of schedule, resulting in saving the US Army $10,000 in contract fees.
  • Direct hard and software configurations, installation, troubleshooting and support activities in the US Army Human Resources Department.
  • Slotted and performed duties in a Non-Commissioned Officer slot as the rank of Specialist in the US Army.
  • Utilized my radio equipment knowledge to safe the US Army over $100,000 in civilian contracts.
  • Awarded 5 commendation medals for integrity and valorous physical attributes while contracted with the US ARMY.
  • Installed and maintained US Army networks as a network administrator receiving an Army Commendation Medal.
  • Maintain and support the US Army communication to include radio's and computer systems.
  • Received Honorable Medical Discharge, and am a disabled veteran of the US Army.
  • Ensured proper procedures and policies were followed by IAW US Army doctrine.
  • Operated US Army Switchboard and loaded information into US Army SINCGARS radio.
  • Worked as a member of the US Army's communication maintenance team.
  • Installed, maintained and operated radio equipment for the US Army.
  • Managed a Communication Shop for the US Army in Germany.
  • Provided setup and troubleshooting for the US Army Communications system.
  • Maintained proper supplies and inventory for all communications/automations equipment among the 793rd Military Police Battalion and US Army Reserves.
  • Provided hands on communications systems expertise and support for a Company within the US Army Instructed Communication Classes to 30-100 Soldiers.
  • Assumed role of serving approximately 200 soldiers Retention Officer in 4010th US Army Hospital New Orleans
  • CREW Systems Traininig, US Army, Baghdad, Iraq.

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Here's how Unit Level Training is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Provided technical assistance and unit level training for automation and communication platforms to 100+ enlisted and executive level military personnel.
  • Delivered outstanding technical assistance and unit level training for all communications and electronics equipment in a tactical communications package.
  • Provided unit level training for automation and communications systems and Signal support equipment.
  • Provided technical assistance and unit level training.
  • Conducted unit level training to 75 personnel yearly on how to maintain, employ, troubleshoot, and install equipment.
  • Plan and provide unit level training for network and communications systems.
  • Provided technical assistance to the Commander and planned and conducted unit level training on user owned automations and communications equipment.
  • Provided unit level training for automation and communications systems Prepared maintenance and supply requests for unit level accommodating 600 employees.
  • Worked with team to perform signal support classes for unit level trainings.

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Here's how Technical Support is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Provided technical support and training for user owned and operated automation and communications equipment.
  • Trained personal and provided customer and technical support.
  • Provided technical support for approximately 10,000 soldiers.
  • Maintained Data Integrity and file systems; provided functional and technical support, troubleshooting and diagnosing hardware and software problems.
  • Operated help desk ensuring effective one- stop technical support for mainframe, WAN, LAN, and remote system.
  • Manage backup, security and user help systems while providing technical support for computer problems.
  • Provide technical support to computer users and organize sequence of events in computer operation cycle.
  • Provided technical support to computers, radios, and other communication devices when needed.
  • Served as a help desk clerk providing technical support for 700+ customers.
  • Managed call flow and responded to technical support needs of customers.
  • Help Desk Technical Support for Senior Leadership in our Brigade Element.
  • Lead a team of 10 people in conducting Technical Support.
  • Imparted hardware and software technical support on a daily basis.
  • Provide users with technical support for computer problems.
  • Provided technical support and training to Unit Operators.
  • Trained team of 3 to perform technical support.
  • Assist with ongoing technical support to ensure proper function
  • Provided technical support and training for users.
  • Provide technical support to unit.
  • Performed technical support duties for the unit's computer systems/services including the Local Area Network (LAN) and Benning Intranet.

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Considered a subject matter expert in information technology, networking, radios, and satellite communications.
  • Produced reports as requested in order to track and review information technology support operations.
  • Trained and provided technical assistance to over 100 users of information technology equipment.
  • Maintained inventory and records of information technology and communications equipment.
  • Created instructional documentation for information technology and communications equipment.
  • Trained individuals and classes on information technology.
  • Prepare reports on generating basic application software code with the aid of the other information technology support team members.
  • Excelled at the maintenance, repair, and operation of $250,000+ worth of information technology and signal equipment.
  • Designed and installed an Information Technology network of many tactical networks in a desert combat area of Iraq.
  • Established information technology standards, methods, and controls for preventative, scheduled, and unscheduled maintenance actions.
  • Provided training on all aspects of information technology skills, combat environments, and tactics.
  • Trained in information technology; repair, maintenance, and operations for computers.
  • Trained 39 personnel on IT communications and Information Technology equipment multiple times.
  • Appointed as Signal Systems Information Technology Specialist for 400 personnel.
  • Managed and mentored two personnel in the Information Technology field.
  • Submitted electronic trouble tickets to military installation information technology helpdesk on behalf of a organization of 250 personnel.

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24. Setup

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Here's how Setup is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted automation setup, accountability, distribution, and troubleshooting of information systems and devices valued at over two million dollars.
  • Setup/maintained internet by planting and physically guarding satellites.
  • Participate in equipment setup and operations.
  • Trained and lead new soldiers upon the setup of communication equipment while keeping tight deadlines and consistently performing safe quality work.
  • Selected to serve as the senior trainer within division CPN setup and operation by ensuring 47 personnel were technically proficient.
  • Manage and Lead automation setup, accountability, distribution, and troubleshooting of information systems and high value devices.
  • Assist in the installation and updating of software, as well as the setup and troubleshooting of all equipment.
  • Assisted other organizations in the setup, maintenance, and breakdown of event coordinated Public Announcement equipment.
  • Performed small tech support for the systems and also setup our network in Iraq.
  • Installed, updated software, setup, configured, and troubleshoot Reach Center equipment.
  • Managed the setup, maintenance, and security of LAN and WAN networks.
  • Assisted in setup and maintenance of the Cerberus-Self Contained Mobil Surveillance system.
  • Grade: E-4 Setup, maintain and troubleshot communications systems.
  • Experienced in the setup of Xerox network printers/scanners/copiers.
  • Assisted users with e-mail setup and troubleshooting.
  • Managed IT setup and service requests.
  • Ensured the proper setup of hardware.
  • Installed and setup communication equipment, antennas and did wiring in a field environment.
  • Installed Router systems, CAT 5 cables and setup secure/unsecure classified applications.
  • Trained 8 soldiers on proper procedures to setup, maintain, and repair several retransmission sites.

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25. Electronic Equipment

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Here's how Electronic Equipment is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Operated and performed preventive maintenance checks and services on assigned vehicles, power generators, and additional electronic equipment.
  • Experienced in diagnosing problems and trouble shooting with repairs needed for electronic equipment and automation equipment.
  • Supervised the installation, operation, and preventive maintenance on tactical communications and selected electronic equipment.
  • Trained and developed subordinates on proper use and safety when installing all signal and electronic equipment.
  • Installed and repaired electronic equipment in various settings, such as industrial or military establishments.
  • Project maintenance scheduling of electronic equipment to meet all operation requirements.
  • Provided technical assistance and training for communications and electronic equipment.
  • Maintained, install and troubleshoot communication and electronic equipment
  • Install new electronic equipment to designated areas.
  • Completed daily inspections of all electronic equipment.
  • Worked with various electronic equipment.
  • Tracked accountability and inventory of equipment valued in excess of $1 million inspecting, maintaining and repairing of electronic equipment.
  • Performed scheduled preventive maintenance tasks, such as checking, cleaning, and repairing electronic equipment to detect and prevent problems.
  • Locate, troubleshoot and repair complex electronic equipment and systems, subsystems, local area networks and peripheral workstations.
  • Carry out installation of electronic equipment along with line and wiring.
  • Perform maintenance checks on motor, mechanical and electronic equipment.
  • Repair electronic equipments and computers using my experience in soldering.
  • Install and un-install electronic equipment into various military vehicles.
  • Manage and schedule hardware installation * Manage operations for multiple electronic equipment * Active Directory and Microsoft 2003 exchange server.
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot electronic equipment Frequencies, radios Normanclatures, cables, antennas Northwest Armory, Illinois

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  • Installed and maintained local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN) and routers.
  • Worked with local and wide area networks, radio, wire, and battlefield automated systems.
  • Install, configure, and monitor local and wide area networks, hardware, and software.
  • Experience includes local area networks, wide area networks, and routers.
  • Installed local area networks, wide area networks, and routers.
  • Managed local area networks, managed connections to wide area networks.
  • Set up Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks.
  • Trained in monitoring local area and wide area networks.

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27. Sincgars

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Here's how Sincgars is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Trained, mentored, and led a team of 75 soldiers on operating OE254 antennas, Motorola XTS and SINCGARS.
  • Serve as a point of technical expertise for SINCGARS, resolving hardware issues; troubleshoot issues that arise during operation.
  • Maintained my organizations LAN infrastructure as an RTO worked with Harris 117F radios, PSC-5, SINCGARS and MBITR radios.
  • Installed, maintained, and troubleshot vehicular-mounted communications systems such as, RT-1523 SINCGARS radio systems and MSRT communications system.
  • Installed and maintained Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Systems (SINCGARS) in deployed vehicles and command centers.
  • Worked and taught other soldiers with no radio experience how to properly use the SINCGARS and SPITFIRE SATCOM radios.
  • Maintained and secured several AN/CYZ-10 Data Transfer Devices for use with the SINCGARS radio system for 3 years.
  • Installed, operated and troubleshot various radio systems SINCGARS, PRC-117, PRC-152, and PRC-148.
  • Provided direct support to all Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Systems (SINCGARS).
  • Install and trouble shoot SINCGARS radios into track vehicles and other armored wheeled assets.
  • Install and troubleshoot single-channel ground and airborne radio systems (SINCGARS) ICOM.
  • Operated and taught Single Channel Ground to Airborne Radio Systems (SINCGARS).
  • Operated and maintained SINCGARS radios and OE-254 antenna sites in Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Upload SINCGARS and prepare for usage when requested.
  • Worked with SINCGARS (RT-1523C and RT-1523E), OE-254, HARRIS, SKL, STT, AN/CYZ-10 Data Transfer Device.
  • Loaded frequency plans on SATCOM, SINCGARS and MSE radios.
  • Conduct hands-on training on Sincgars Radios and Automated Net Control Device (ANCD) devices.
  • Maintain ,install, and troubleshooting SINCGARS radios and antennas.
  • installed and maintained sincgars radio systems trained unit to operate radios trained on basic computer maintenance learned basic soldier skills
  • Coordinated the software upgrade of the battalion sincgars radios and dagars, inputting the latest technology while maintaining 100% accountability.

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Here's how Medal is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Earned three Meritorious Service Medals for personal commitment to excellence and outstanding contributions to ensuring unit readiness.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for ceaseless communications during rapidly changing environments in a training exercise.
  • Received multiple Army Achievement Medals and an Army Commendation Medal for musical contributions.
  • Awarded Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal for meritorious service during Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal for operations during Hurricane Katrina.
  • Served in Kuwait/Iraq in support of Operation New Dawn and was awarded Iraqi Campaign Medal, and Army Commendation Medal.
  • Received several awards including the Army achievement medal for performing duties while in the United States Army Reserve.
  • Received Army Service Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, and National Defense Service Medal.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal for performance during a tour to Afghanistan in 2012.
  • Received Army Accommodation Medal for best performance during a field training exercise.
  • Awarded Army Achievement medal for excellence in physical fitness.
  • Granted honorable discharge and Good Conduct Medal.
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal.
  • Received 3 ARMY COMMENDATION MEDALS and 4 ARMY ACHIECHMENT MEDALS
  • Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom/Enduring Freedom Received an Army Commendation Medal while serving in Iraq
  • Awarded an Army Achievement Medal for work on the installation/ migration of brigade's network to Windows NT from Novell.
  • Recieved Army commendation Medal for change of systems from static to DHCP on entire network in Bahrain.
  • Received Army achievement medal for bringing up entire network with one individual for field excerise in Grafenwoehr, Germany.
  • Recieved Multiple Army Good Conduct Medals, Iraqi Campagn Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and Army Achievement Medals
  • Acquired good office management skills Recognition & Awards (2) Army Accommodation Medals.

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  • Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and system administration.
  • Maintained Back channel internet and unclassified internet firewalls from any potential Data/ Information Loss.
  • Implemented numerous LAN lines in a tactical environment to provide Internet capability.
  • Repair and troubleshoot various communications platforms consisting of Internet, two-way radio, telephone, cellular phone, satellite and e-mail.
  • Guided integration and testing of electrical magnetic interfaces (EMI) and RF propagation of lower tactical internet-based computer systems.
  • Provided and logged technical support for a variety of computer problems from basic Internet connectivity to MS EXCHANGE issues.
  • Networked soldier's quarters to enable them to share Internet, play network games, and watch movies.
  • Installed, Operated and Maintained Automated Systems required to maintain Radio, Telephone and Internet Systems.
  • Experienced in network administration, repairing internet cables, computers, radio, and printers.
  • Conduct searches to find needed information, using such sources as the Internet.
  • Managed/resolved printer, server, email and internet issues for Army department.
  • Obtained knowledge on how to perform internet safety and security.
  • Managed links with phone network, and Internet connection.
  • Networked printers, scanners and fax machines via internet.
  • WOW Internet, Cable & Phone: Main line technician responsible for outside plant to head end trouble calls.
  • Configured Segovia MWR tent in Iraq including workstations, cabling and Segovia IP internet uplink.
  • Received 3 Army Accommodation Medals Installation and Maintenance of a Battalion Internet Caf
  • Implemented and instructed awareness courses; managerial administrator for local internet caf .
  • Service or repair telephone, cable television, Internet, and other communications equipment on customers' property.
  • Installed, maintain, and oversee Base Camp Internet Caf in Iraq.

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Here's how Pmcs is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Operated and performed PMCS on assigned vehicles with communications equipment installed.
  • Operated and performed preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on assigned power generators in garrison and combat.
  • Executed the installation, operation, PMCS and field level maintenance on numerous network management systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on assigned generators and assigned equipment.
  • Install, operates, and performs PMCS on power generators.
  • Operated and performed PMCS on assigned signal power generators.
  • Perform PMCS on military vehicles using -10 TM.
  • Operated and performed PMCS on assigned vehicles.
  • Maintained 'Secret' level security clearance Conducted bi-weekly inventory and PMCS of communications equipment belonging to assigned unit.
  • Conducted monthly inventory and preventative maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on communications equipment within assigned unit.
  • Install, operate, perform strapping, restrapping, PMCS and unit level maintenance on COMSEC devices.
  • Prepared maintenance and supply requests for unit level signal support.Operated and performs PMCS on assigned vehicles.
  • Performed PMCS and until level maintenance on Comsec devices.
  • Install, operates, andperforms PMCS on power generators.
  • Completed Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles and power generators.JUAN CUELLO Resume,

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31. Active Directory

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Here's how Active Directory is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Managed active directory setup within the battalion.
  • Created, deleted, and modified user and computer accounts, Exchange accounts, groups and Organizational Units with Active Directory.
  • Provided help desk support to end users by repairing broken computers and managed active directory to reset passwords and unlock accounts.
  • Created 17 new domain controllers and created two way trusts with several government agencies within their respective Active Directory forests.
  • Experience in Active Directory, adding domains, users, computers and troubleshooting problems that may come up with accounts.
  • Implemented, maintained, and updated active directory for 3 years while in garrison as well as in the field.
  • Utilized Active Directory to organize accounts and permissions for over 750 users on Share Point and File Servers.
  • Trained in setting added security to network systems by using BitLocker and Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS)
  • Created and maintained over 400 users and 800 computers in Active Directory over the network and locally.
  • Assumed and maintained responsibility for everything dealing with the BMC Remedy Ticket system and Active Directory.
  • Created users and computers in Active Directory for an Army OU of 300 users.
  • Granted file permission and Share Point access to users through the Active Directory.
  • Administered and managed active directory accounts; trained users on account functions.
  • Managed account creation, auditing, and deleting through Microsoft Active Directory.
  • Create and maintain user and workstation accounts in Windows Active Directory.
  • Utilized Active Directory to name and place computers on domain.
  • Assigned/denied rights for end users on Windows Active Directory.
  • Use Active Directory to change soldiers accounts.
  • Manage Active Directory, and military Accounts.
  • Experience with Active Directory Troubleshot all networking and technical related issues.

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32. Radio Equipment

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Here's how Radio Equipment is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Disassembled, repaired, and reassembled radio equipment under supervision.
  • Installed and maintained all military secured and unsecured radio equipment.
  • Repair radio equipment using electronic testing equipment and other tools.
  • Supervised the installation of radio equipment on military vehicles.
  • Established communications using military radio equipment.
  • Participated in the ordering, issuing and storage of batteries, radio equipment, and the disposal of battery waste.
  • Maintain and support tactical radio equipment, analog and digital terminals, mobile subscriber units, and antenna systems.
  • Diagnose and repair Tier 1 and 2 issues of Radio Equipment and Computer Network Systems (CCNA).
  • Entrusted with secret communications codes for radio equipment that was update weekly on each unit's radios.
  • Repair radio equipment as necessary, using electronic testing equipment, hand tools, and power tools.
  • Served at a help desk providing customer support to over 300+ individuals involving computer and radio equipment.
  • Maintain, repair and install any computerized or radio equipment used by the U.S. Army.
  • Audited all equipment and kept up-to-date inventory records of all computers and radio equipment.
  • Installed, maintained, and troubleshoot radio equipment and other various equipment.
  • Installed, operated, and maintained Combat Net Radio equipment.
  • Conducted slideshows and training presentations on the proper operations and safety protocol call of assigned radio equipment.
  • Erected and oriented antenna and radio equipment for successful communications Conducted equipment troubleshooting and performed minor maintenance
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot multiple millions of dollars of radio equipment within hummvee's and other tactical vehicles.
  • Radio Mechanics * Telecoms Equipment Troubleshoot, Repair And Installation * Work with automated and radio equipment
  • Operate radio equipment in order to communicate with ships, aircrafts, and other remote operations.

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33. Security Clearance

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Here's how Security Clearance is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Placed in charge of communication security requiring a secret security clearance.
  • Maintained a secret security clearance.
  • Earned Secret level security clearance.
  • Selected for Secret security clearance.
  • Maintain active secret security clearance.
  • Possess required Secret Security Clearance.
  • Lead networking specialist in the Company dealing with secret security clearance items.
  • Obtained and maintained a secret security clearance for the United States Government.
  • Rank E-2 Honorable Discharge Acquired and possess Secret Security Clearance Advance Individual Training
  • Obtained and still a holder of a secret security clearance.
  • Passed all necessary background tests to obtain Security Clearance.
  • Obtained U.S. Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance.
  • Required to have a secret security clearance.
  • Gained an Active SECRET Security Clearance.
  • Maintained Top Secret Security Clearance Business analysis and Technical project management for VoIP integration projects within Ft.
  • Maintained communications security equipment and held SECRET security clearance during career.
  • Served in Hurricane Gustav in Louisiana Security Clearance is available
  • position required an active Secret Security Clearance
  • Provided emergency helicopter dispatch to injured soldiers SECRET Government Security Clearance Honorable Discharge
  • Received a security Clearance 08/2008 - 06/2010 Maintain radio and satellite Frequencies Conducted inventory check on millions of dollars of equipment

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34. Communication Security

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Here's how Communication Security is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Educated 5 personnel on proper handling and storage of classified communication security material which resulted in no compromises or insecurities.
  • Ensured proper management and implementation of communication security for 400 personnel.
  • Load Communication Security and directly care for appropriate devices.
  • Maintain accountability, inventory, and issue communication security.
  • Maintained proper communication security policies and procedures.
  • Implemented communication security policies and procedures.
  • Managed communication security for the battalion.
  • Installed, operated, and performed strapping, preventive maintenance checks and services and unit level maintenance on communication security devices.
  • Deployed in 2005(OIF 3) where I worked with Secure Radio Equipment, Information Technology and Communication Security.
  • Installed cables, network cards, and hubs; distributed communication security encryption keys and managed database recovery and updates.
  • Obtained a Secret Security Clearance in order to handle Communication Security (COMSEC) equipment as the COMSEC Supervisor.
  • Safeguarded, installed, and maintained Communication Security (COMSEC) for United States Military radio communication systems.
  • Ensured equipment, frequencies and communication security were all operable and synchronized with the network control station.
  • Received and managed the distribution of Communication Security (COMSEC) from higher to Company elements.
  • Assisted 3 communication security hand receipt holders throughout the Iraqi theater of operations.
  • Stored, maintained, and secured approximately [ ] worth of highly sensitive communication security equipment.
  • Key Achievements: Communication security officer with absolute confidence and sustainability.
  • Managed updates and configuration for all Communication Security cryptographic devices monthly.
  • Subject matter expert for all radio and radio retransmission systems, communication security devices, as well as tactical satellites.
  • Operated various military communication security devices such as AN/CYZ-10, KY-13 and KOI-18.

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35. Information Services Policy

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Here's how Information Services Policy is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted the planning, organization, execution and dissemination of information services policy.
  • Prepare maintenance and supply requests and disseminate information services policy.
  • Disseminated information services policy within a structured team environment.
  • Disseminated information services policy to ensure awareness and compliance.
  • Assisted in the dissemination of information services policy.
  • Develop Staff information services policy and procedures.
  • Developed staff information services policy and procedures, and established unit signal maintenance program, policies, and procedures.
  • Disseminated information services policy on Controlled Cryptographic Items Excellent customer service relations with a high level of written and verbal skills

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36. Radio Communications

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Here's how Radio Communications is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Developed network maps and frequency webs for radio communications, for optimum communication efficiency.
  • Provide radio communications for operations both inside and outside of combat situations.
  • Received training with satellite communications, secured networks, and radio Communications.
  • Review applicable regulations regarding radio communications, and report violations.
  • Accomplished Missions in Afghanistan as radio communications expert.
  • Establish and maintain radio communications.
  • Received instruction on how to properly install, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot military radio communications platforms and computer software.
  • Installed, maintained and provided training and troubleshooting on a variety of secure and non-secure radio communications systems.
  • Created course materials for a NCO training on radio communications using the SINCGARS radio system.
  • Supervised the training of Platoon, Company, and Battalion Radio Communications.
  • Operate and oversaw main base radio communications serving more than 2,000 users.
  • Assisted in maintaining all forms of radio communications.
  • Supplied over 30 vehicles with radio communications.
  • Installed and maintained radio communications for a rapid deployable military unit.
  • Managed operation and troubleshooting of radio communications equipment.
  • Maintained and inspected satellite radio communications equipment.
  • Install and maintain radio communications equipment.
  • Advance training on radio communications equipment, including circuitry such as logic circuits.
  • Sustained 100% FM radio communications uptime.
  • Trained students in the installation and operation of the multiband inter/intra team radio (MBITRAN/PRC-148) and satellite radio communications equipment.

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37. Satellite Radio

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Here's how Satellite Radio is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Established local area networks and routers, signal communications and support electronic equipment and satellite radio and communications equipment.
  • Handle communications and electronic equipment and satellite radio equipment maintenance issues found during preventative maintenance checks and services.
  • Handle requests for signal support and electronic equipment and satellite radio and communication equipment.
  • Handled electronic equipment and satellite radio and communications equipment.
  • Set up, Repaired, Maintained and Operated Video Teleconferences, Satellite Radios, and Antennas for various Units.
  • Maintain all the Army's Communication equipment (Satellite Radios, Frequency Hop Radios, Man packs).
  • Assisted in the installation process of the Harris 117 satellite radio for over 300 vehicles.
  • Maintained and programmed Harris Satellite Radio for communications with the 623rd element in Kuwait.
  • Radio upgrades, HIFI, UHF, VHF, HF, Satellite Radios, Computers and maintenance.

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38. Tracker

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Here's how Tracker is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Created color coded tracker for Video Telephone Conferences by security level
  • Installed and serviced secret communications systems such as secured wire lines of communications, data distribution systems and Blue Force Tracker.
  • Designated Point of Contact for all issues dealing with Battlefield Communications Systems, Blue Force Trackers, and Movement Tracking Systems.
  • Tracked over 150 logistic combat movements using the Blue Force Tracker, a GPS computer valued over $2,500.
  • Installed and maintained all signal equipment: such as radios, dukes and blue force trackers.
  • Install vehicle communications equipment to include Blue Force Tracker systems and radio mounts and components.
  • Maintained Signal Company tactical radios and antennae, as well as Blue Force Tracker systems.
  • Planned and executed the installation of 10 Blue Force Tracker Systems for the unit.
  • Maintained and controlled a tracker of all maintenance equipment for the communication shop.
  • Installed, troubleshot, and repaired over 60 Tactical Blue force Tracker Systems.
  • Maintained all tactical navigation systems (Blue Force Tracker).
  • Uploaded radios and FBC2 trackers with new keys weekly.
  • Trained 7 co-workers on proper loading procedures on the Platform encryption device a subcomponent of the Blue force tracker system.
  • Maintained and updated Linux Redhat (Operating system for the Blue Force Tracker) for two years.
  • Managed organization's automations tracker, which tracked and maintained 500+ desktops, laptops and printers.
  • Performed start up procedures and troubleshooting procedures for Blue Force Tracker systems in units HMMWVs.
  • Maintained [ ] worth of computer and electronic equipment (PSN-13A, RT-1523F, PRC-148, and Blue Force Tracker).
  • Installed over 300 FM Radiosystems and over 100 Blue Force Tracker (BFT) systems in military vehicles.

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39. Assurance

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Here's how Assurance is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Apply skills in information assurance and understand security.
  • Provided training to system users on Microsoft Windows Operator Systems, hardware, and applications of information assurance and security policies.
  • Report all local discovered Information Technology (IT) security incidents to the local Information Assurance (IA) division.
  • Trained International Security Assurance Forces (ISAF) on the proper use and maintenance of secure and non-secure communications equipment.
  • Maintained an operational readiness rate of 98.5% with work orders requested as an Information Assurance and Security Officer.
  • Provided information assurance, VoIP support, desktop and printer support and managed user accounts within active directory.
  • Assisted in staff supervision of information network security and Army Information Assurance (IA) policies.
  • Enforced Information Assurance Policies for unit to maintain 100 % compliance of user accounts.
  • Assisted users with Information Assurance certifications, account setup, and troubleshooting network deficiencies.
  • Enforced information assurance policies and kept all records of training.
  • Conduct Quality Assurance Inspection and Safety Audits.
  • Enforced physical security, controlled cryptographic items and information assurance policies and ensured company compliance with standard operating procedures.
  • put in work orders from accounts and certain user rights and enforce Information Assurance Policies all while supervising 2 other personnel.
  • Served as onsite Signal Support Specialist, Information Assurance Security Officer, COMSEC Custodian and Telephone Control Officer.
  • put in work orders for accounts and certain user rights and enforce Information Assurance Policies.

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40. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Provide technical support and training for user owned computers, networks, and GPS type equipment as well as military owned.
  • Maintained, troubleshot, and operated radios, satellites, computers, GPS-enabled systems, telephones, printers, and antennas.
  • Maintained, troubleshoot, replaced, and repaired components on radio, telephone, computer, networking and GPS systems.
  • Operated, maintained, and serviced military radio, satellite, intercom, GPS, computer and network communication systems.
  • Experienced in operating and upholding secure ground and airborne radio systems, tactical satellite communication, and GPS receivers.
  • Trained on Blue Force tracking systems, GPS phones, Warlock, and other electronic frequency jamming devices.
  • Inventoried, maintained, troubleshoot, and operated computer equipment, GPS equipment, antenna and satellite equipment.
  • Provided technical support and training for end-user computers, networks, and GPS type equipment.
  • Lead a team of signal soldiers in setting up and maintaining radio and GPS systems.
  • Instructed more than fifty senior personnel on the operations of military vehicle GPS systems.
  • Installed two-way radios and more advanced GPS location and map software in vehicles.
  • Maintained secure ground and airborne radio systems and GPS receivers.
  • Maintained radio communications in 30+ vehicles with GPS technology.
  • Conducted high-level maintenance on various communications equipment including workstations, printers, GPS equipment, and several radio systems.
  • Installed multiple communications equipment in Military vehicles (Radio s, GPS, and Battlefield Tracking Equipment).
  • Installed communication systems including GPS, computers, and antennas in 30+ vechicles.
  • Managed unit radio retransmisson site, installed GPS and battle tracking systems in combat vehilces while deployed to Iraq.
  • Installed multiple Digtal Onboard GPS computer systems.
  • Installed raidios and gps in humvees while in the motor pool.

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41. Fbcb2

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Here's how Fbcb2 is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted training on Tactical Satellite communications systems to include High Performance Waveform and FBCB2 systems.
  • Performed as a team leader and gave small classes on Radio, FBCB2, and COMSEC distributing to untrained soldiers.
  • Planned and executed the installation, operation, and maintenance of automation equipment, radio and FBCB2 systems communication.
  • Supervised the installation, operation, and maintenance of all BFT (FBCB2) equipment in military HMMWV.
  • Demonstrated expert technical knowledge on FBCB2, BFT, FM, and TACSAT during numerous tactical communications exercises.
  • Install, program and troubleshoot various communication systems primarily radios but also daggers, JCR's and FBCB2.
  • Operate and maintain FBCB2 (Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below) Blue Force tracker systems.
  • Installed, operated, and maintained SINCGARS, EPLRS, FBCB2/BFT, and other data distribution systems.
  • Supported GPS tracking units (FBCB2 and Blue Force Tracker) which are used to monitor vehicles.
  • Maintained and operated FBCB2, SINCGARS, TACSAT, Computers, GPS, and power generators.
  • Worked extensively with Blue Force Tracker/FBCB2 and the JCR model of the Blue Force Tracker system.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot Computers, Software, Radios, Antennas, CPOF, FBCB2.
  • Worked with SATCOM, FBCB2, SINCGARS and various other military electronics.
  • Operated and maintained FBCB2 Blue Force tracker systems.
  • Installed, maintained and troubleshoot equipment ranging from FBCB2, ASIP, SINCGARS, BFT.
  • Operated, maintained, and troubleshot military communications equipment including SINCGARS, MBTIRS, TAC-SAT, FBCB2-BFT and MTS.
  • Trained in multiple facets of ASIPS and FBCB2 data retransmission using satellite and rapid-installation high altitude signal towers.
  • Fixed Computers/Radios/Printers (Physical) Access Control Procedures Troubleshooted, installed and uninstalled SINGARS radio and FBCB2
  • Installed FBCB2 systems in military and non military vehicals.
  • Install, Operate & Maintain Sincgar, Harris, JTRS, FBCB2, EPLRS, TACSAT, tactical radio systems.

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42. FM

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  • Maintained and implemented secure FM communications.
  • Performed installation, operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of field switchboard/telephone systems, AM/FM radio systems, and intercom systems.
  • Maintained and operated AM/FM and other army communications equipment in tanks, helicopters, and various other army vehicles.
  • Managed 82 frequency modulation (FM) radios and 108 radio power amplifiers during yearly training exercises.
  • Inspected, installed and maintained FM radio equipment providing mobile communications in both secure and non-secure modes.
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot FM radio, tactical computer systems, and network equipment.
  • Insured minimal communication downtime through diligent checks and services to FM and satellite radio systems.
  • Installed and maintained real-time GPS location systems and FM radio systems in military vehicles.
  • Maintain, operate and troubleshoot AM/FM radios, satellite setup and basic computer repairs.
  • Maintain FMSS systems software for work orders, time, etc.
  • Maintained FM Communications for the Brigade Tactical Operations Center.
  • Maintained and supported over 100 FM radio systems.
  • Provided support for all FM, AM, MSE, TACSAT, and automation equipment.
  • Trained and provided technical assistance to users of telecommunications equipment Configured and troubleshot SINCGARS and various tactical FM radios
  • Performed over 14 FM retransmission communications missions.
  • Gained proficiencies and experience in: FM radio systems, High frequency radio systems, and tactical satellite systems.
  • Installed, maintained, and operated radio systems such as high/low band AM/FM and Satellites .
  • Transmitted Radios via FM antenna and satellite Managed and troubleshot radios and networks
  • Conducted software upgrades on 63 DAGRs GPS system and 79 RT-1523E SINCGARS FM Radios in the battalion.
  • Conducted user level maintenance on multiple military vehicles including armored HMMWVs and FMTVs.

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43. Voip

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Here's how Voip is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Worked with Cisco call manager express extensively providing end users with different features other than VoIP operations.
  • Initial installation of VOIP network installed with no additionally knowledgeable personnel all training done during installation.
  • Aided in successful base operations and completion of key missions by providing secure and non-secure VoIP phone and internet communications.
  • Managed and supervised the installation, configuration, and maintenance of 1500 cables data/VOIP drops, fiber backbone to end.
  • Support Tactical Operations Center by setting up and maintaining VOIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and computer networks.
  • Isolated and corrected faults in networked equipment such as printers, faxes, and VOIP phones.
  • Managed Cisco Call Manager for the battalion consisting of a minimum of 200 VOIP phones.
  • Configured and operated satellite systems for use with VOIP and network communications in remote locations.
  • Installed and managed a Cisco Call Manager; achieved 100% VoIP communication capability.
  • Assisted in the deployment and troubleshooting of both VOIP and POTS telephone systems.
  • Configured Static IPv4 information on computers, printers and VoIP phones.
  • Assumed responsibility for installing and maintaining VOIP phones for two years.
  • Installed organization network infrastructure to include 20 VOIP and 68 computers.
  • Installed and maintained all Cisco VoIP phones over multiple locations.
  • Installed over 200 VoIP and plain old telephone system phones.
  • Experience installing, configuring and supporting VoIP phones.
  • Installed, maintained and supported VoIP applications.
  • Assist with in-house Cisco VoIP phone system, network, Internet, e-mail and web site connectivity.
  • Install workgroups and provide remote desktop assistance with use of VOIP and RDP.
  • Set up Cisco VoIP phones using Call Manager on Itronix GoBooks.

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44. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Provided excellent technical support and customer service; demonstrated effective interpersonal, organizational and communication skills.
  • Participated in customer service operations, such as equipment calibration and maintenance scheduling.
  • Provide technical support and customer service regarding information technology solutions to end-users.
  • Supervised company's technical customer service desk.
  • Provide support and customer service to battalions and companies while in a combat zone during high tempo operations meeting crucial deadlines.
  • Provided customer service for over 300 personnel by troubleshooting their equipment and or forwarding it to the next echelon of maintenance.
  • Provided expert technical support and customer service while troubleshooting and solving a broad range of Information Technology problems.
  • Served as Guantanamo Bay's customer service for communications in a 2 man workplace.
  • Worked closely with team members to meet or exceed all customer service requirements.
  • Provided customer service to those in need of assistance with their communication equipment.
  • Maintained a secure network that provided customer services to over 200 personnel.
  • Managed customer service on a daily basis.
  • Experience with customer service and assistance.
  • Provided exceptional telecommunications customer service and support for widely diverse cultural groups while on both active duty deployment and state-side duty.
  • Performed role as Customer Service as System Administrator for 3 years while in Giessen Germany.
  • Worked and created the company computer helpdesk with great customer service procedures.
  • help desk, customer service.
  • Installed and maintained communications equipment Delivered customer service to personnel inside and outside the company with a professional and respectable manner.
  • Talented Computer Technician seeking an IT position supporting end users with exceptional customer service and bilingual skills.
  • Performed customer service help desk/IT support duties and providing technical assistance to local functional users and/or IMOs to minimize disruptions.

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45. BFT

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  • Prepare test methods and specifications; analyzes and tests BFT/JCR hardware to verify performance characteristics and make recommendation as necessary.
  • Train soldiers on operations, maintenance and care of BFT equipment as part of preparation for normal operations and deployment.
  • Assisted Command in the operation of a BFT; provided the whole unit with their communication needs.
  • Installed, maintained, and repaired JBC-P, JCR, and related BFT equipment.

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46. Disseminates

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47. NCO

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Here's how NCO is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised the procedures for successful integration and separation of incoming and outgoing personnel.
  • Trained incoming Soldiers effectively on Battalion and Directorate of Information Management procedures.
  • Deleted incorrect entered data, and re-entered correct data.
  • Reviewed all incoming and outgoing correspondence.
  • Served as the BDOC NCOIC on multiple occasions; ensured the safety of the Battalion forward operating base.
  • Open, read, route, and distribute incoming mail or other materials and answer routine letters.
  • Served in Iraq with convoy security operations and PSD, NCOIC, and rear gunning duties.
  • Received and separated incoming supplies as well as processed them for distribution to the supported units.
  • Acted as the NCOIC (non-commissioned officer in charge) while he was on vacation.
  • Encouraged higher education which resulted in two of his soldiers signing up for courses.
  • Submitted, tracked, and logged incoming requests in the Remedy Ticketing System.
  • Supervised two Soldiers as the RETRANS NCO in the Battalion Communications shop.
  • Managed incoming requests for new voice and data wall connection drops.
  • Served as Master Instructor/Writer and Digital Systems Branch NCOIC.
  • Sorted and routed incoming correspondence and messages.
  • Appointed the position of Automation NCO.
  • Trained over 40 officers and NCO's on the AN/PSN-11 during the Battalion Green Tab Leaders Courses.
  • Manage a Helpdesk that handles inquiries and organizes all incoming requests per precedence.
  • Achieved Commandant's List while attending the Noncommissioned officers academy.
  • Coordinated with other Operation NCOs to deconflict training times and locations.

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48. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Selected by the battalion commander to train incoming transportation officer on tactical communication devices being used in Iraq.
  • Worked collaboratively with Commanders and Staff by developing and improving Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Advised unit commander on organization Standard Operating Procedures and communications policies.
  • Provide Security for Battalion Commander upon leaving complex.
  • Coordinate, compile and produces the Unit Status Report (USR) and Commanders Training Assessment (CTA).
  • Handled general maintenance, went on variable assignments given by my commander, pulled CQ (security) shifts.
  • Provided technical assistance to 100 users and commanders on the various communications systems within the Battalion and Brigade.
  • Install CAT 5 cables from main network router to new computers when required by the Commander.
  • Earned waiver for early promotion to E-4 from battalion commander for performance and demonstration of leadership.
  • Supervised the installation of the New Company Commander's office and residential networks and equipment space.
  • Advised and assisted the Commander and staff on all Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) matters.
  • Provided ongoing support to commanders and subordinate units on signal support issues.
  • Created training reports weekly for Commander's review and approval.
  • Executed Garrison Commander's master plan for camp improvement.
  • Developed and submitted graphs and charts for Commander's/Unit Meetings.
  • Report malfunctions to the commander and supply representative.
  • Worked alongside the commander and first sergeant.
  • Supervised the communications security program for the Battalion Commander's communications network without loss or compromise.
  • Served on the Personal Security Detachment teams Area Commander in Al Sulaymaniyah, Iraq.
  • Served as Primary Radio Operator for Task Force commander, Col. David Petraeus.

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49. HF

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Here's how HF is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Installed, maintained, and troubleshot various communications platforms to include FM, HF, TACSAT, UHF and VHF.
  • Install, operate and maintain UHF, HF and RF mobile and stationary radios, antenna equipment and data terminals.
  • Installed, troubleshot, and serviced various frequency modulation radios in HF, VHF, UHF and satellite communication equipment.
  • Installed, operated, and performed preventive maintenance checks and services on satellite equipment, HF, and FM radios.
  • Programmed cryptic keys into UHF, VHF, and HF radios to establish a secure communication between teams.
  • Installed and operated tactical radio equipment antenna repair on HF and VHF ground and air-to-ground tactical equipment.
  • Installed radio systems to include FM, UHF, VHF, and single channel tactical satellite systems.
  • Set up multiple communications networks involving computers (LAN/WAN), radios, UHF/VHF radios.
  • Set up and tuning of VHF/UHF/HF/ SATCOM radios and RF equipment to conduct tactical operations.
  • Performed troubleshooting on computer networks as well as HF, UHF, VHF communications.
  • Leveraged HF and VHF communications to provide reliable communications beyond line of sight.
  • Worked with IT team to support and maintain 144 VHF radios.
  • Install and troubleshoot Improved High Frequency Radio (IHFR) set.
  • Managed and maintained various VHF, HF, UHF, SATCOM radio systems.
  • Gain additional skills to repair and align AM, FM, IHFR, and single sideband receivers and transmitters.
  • Installed 9 and 15 meter mast RF antennas as well as 30 meter SHF and Omni Directional antennas.
  • Managed, installed, and maintained communications equipment, HF/UHF radios, and computer systems.
  • Conducted numerous HF and UHF retransmit station missions.
  • Maintained an active secret clearance Unit communications instructor/teacher of RF/HF various communications equipment
  • Install and maintain FM and HF radio systems Program handheld 2-way radios and paging systems for use by battalion staff.

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50. Technical Advice

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Here's how Technical Advice is used in Signal Support Specialist jobs:
  • Authored, supervised and executed unit maintenance programs, operation orders, and provided technical advice for unit operations and maintenance.
  • Provided telephonic technical advice for off-site computer users, conducted troubleshooting and procured office equipment.
  • Assisted in directing company signal training and provided technical advice and assistance.
  • Provided technical advice and assistance to commanders and subordinate units.
  • Communicate with bases, using telephones or two-way radios to receive instructions or technical advice, or to report equipment status.
  • Directed unit Signal training and provided technical advice and assistance to commanders Supported in automated systems to more than 150 personnel.
  • Provided expert technical advice to the staff elements and units within the 2nd battalion, 505th PIR.
  • Provide IT technical advice to customers and/or end users to maximize resource capabilities.
  • Conducted unit signal training and provides technical advice and assistance to combat soldiers.
  • Directed unit Signal training and provides technical advice and assistance to commanders.
  • Provided technical advice and assistance on communications security management policies and guidelines within the Battalion.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Signal Support Specialist

Satellite Communications Equipment

12.4%

Technical Assistance

10.2%

Terminal Devices

10.0%

Data Distribution Systems

6.7%

Local Area Network

6.2%

Signal Support Functions

5.7%

Troubleshoot

5.6%

Routers

4.6%

Signal Support Equipment

4.6%

Preventive Maintenance Checks

4.2%

Electronic Devices

3.9%

Telecommunications Computer Systems

3.6%

User Accounts

3.4%

Combat

3.3%

Troubleshot

2.9%

Comsec

2.8%

Radio Systems

2.7%

Unit Level Maintenance

2.4%

Signal Support Systems

2.4%

US Army

2.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Signal Support Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Satellite Communications Equipment 8.9%
2 Technical Assistance 7.4%
3 Terminal Devices 7.2%
4 Data Distribution Systems 4.8%
5 Local Area Network 4.5%
6 Signal Support Functions 4.1%
7 Troubleshoot 4.1%
8 Routers 3.3%
9 Signal Support Equipment 3.3%
10 Preventive Maintenance Checks 3.0%
11 Electronic Devices 2.8%
12 Telecommunications Computer Systems 2.6%
13 User Accounts 2.5%
14 Combat 2.3%
15 Troubleshot 2.1%
16 Comsec 2.0%
17 Radio Systems 1.9%
18 Unit Level Maintenance 1.8%
19 Signal Support Systems 1.7%
20 US Army 1.7%
21 Unit Level Training 1.6%
22 Technical Support 1.4%
23 Information Technology 1.4%
24 Setup 1.3%
25 Electronic Equipment 1.2%
26 Wide Area Networks 1.2%
27 Sincgars 1.1%
28 Medal 1.1%
29 Internet 1.1%
30 Pmcs 1.1%
31 Active Directory 1.0%
32 Radio Equipment 1.0%
33 Security Clearance 1.0%
34 Communication Security 0.9%
35 Information Services Policy 0.9%
36 Radio Communications 0.9%
37 Satellite Radio 0.9%
38 Tracker 0.9%
39 Assurance 0.8%
40 GPS 0.8%
41 Fbcb2 0.8%
42 FM 0.7%
43 Voip 0.7%
44 Customer Service 0.7%
45 BFT 0.6%
46 Disseminates 0.6%
47 NCO 0.6%
48 Commander 0.6%
49 HF 0.5%
50 Technical Advice 0.5%
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