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Survey Technician with TS/SCI CI Poly Clearance
Aerospace/Defense company
Aerospace/Defense company
Chantilly, VA
W-2 onlyUS ResidentPermanent Position575 views
Chantilly, VA
Permanent Position
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Seeking a Senior Survey Technician with TS/SCI and CI Poly Clearance for an opportunity in Chantilly, Virginia.


  • The Survey/Bill of Materials (BOM) Tech reviews engineering designs and performs site surveys to determine material requirements.
  • Works closely with procurement and logistics groups to ensure accuracy and timelines of all orders.
  • Provides labor hours for projects/requirements to determine the Level of Effort (LOE).
  • Attends meetings with customer for scope of work to be performed.
  • Coordinates and assists with installation and documentation groups to ensure project implementation accuracy.
  • Performs surveys and creates Bills of Material (BOMs) to support requirements.
  • Creates and makes presentations to high-level technical personnel and provides the skills and leadership essential to build and motivate an effective network engineering team.


  • Must be a US citizen.
  • TS/SCI with CI Polygraph Clearance is required.
  • Must take and pass a drug test and background check as well as a motor vehicle records check.
  • Must be willing to travel as needed.
  • Must be able to interface with individuals at all levels of the organization both verbally and in writing.
  • Proficiency in the use of MS Office product suite (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, SharePoint.)
  • Prior experience with cable testers, Autocad, and ticketing systems
  • Knowledge of component and transmission medium compatibility and interconnection.
  • Ability to select components based on cost and space limitations.
  • Ability to work with schematic capture tools

Desired Requirements:

  • Someone that is a recognized expert or certified practitioner with a particular computer language, system or technology that can not only deliver capabilities, but can mentor and train others.
  • Expertise, training and actual work experience with the specific computer language, systems, and/or technology is significantly more important than the number of years of experience. This is especially true with emerging technologies

Skill Proficiency Years Experience Percent Used
Site Surveys
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