Logos Technologies seeks an experienced engineer or IT professional to serve as Forward Service Representative (FSR) on a rapid-reaction sensor fielding. FSRs support numerous sites’ equipment, sensor and exploitation/processing hardware. FSRs will interface frequently with the operations teams and customer organizations, working with battlefield commanders to best configure assets and maintain systems. In addition, FSRs will work on a nearly daily basis with the CONUS-based development and operations team, discussing topics from troubleshooting failed subsystems to recommending and developing system hardening plans and architecture. This position is considered a Virginia-based position until deployment OCONUS.
About Logos Technologies’ Operations Team
Logos Technologies delivers innovative technology and program solutions enabling critical mission operations for our government (Defense, Intelligence Community (IC), and civilian agencies) and commercial clients. We also enable secure customer operations in all environments and against all threats.
We built our reputation for systems focus, technical excellence, and dedication to customer needs by employing a strategic blend of scientists, engineers, analysts, and operators from diverse fields to pioneer best-fit solutions across multiple domains.
Logos offers employees a robust array of benefits, including virtually free health insurance -- a premier PPO plan sponsored by CareFirst/BlueCross BlueShield. Our 401(k) record keeper is Fidelity, the largest record keeper of 401(k)s in the world. We also provide dental, prescription drug, vision, life, AD&D, and short- and long-term disability insurance, health care and dependent care, flexible spending accounts, paid employee parking or a public transit benefit, and paid time-off.
“Logos is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.”