Concealment Technician Job Description
We are currently seeking a Concealment Technician with textiles or fabricator experience to support our DoD customer in Reston, VA. This role involves the conceptualization, design, and production of fabrication solutions for operational requirements, focusing on concealment furniture and devices. The ideal candidate will have a current TS/SCI Clearance with CI polygraph or the ability to obtain one prior to starting the contract.
To be eligible for this position, candidates must meet the following qualifications:
Security Clearance: Current TS/SCI Clearance with CI polygraph or the ability to obtain polygraph clearance before commencing work on the contract.
Experience: Candidates should have one of the following:
- Fifteen years of related experience.
- Thirteen years of related experience and a relevant college Associate’s degree.
- Eleven years of related experience and a Bachelor’s degree.
Fabrication Skills: Proficiency in one or more designated fabrication disciplines, including Wood, Metal, Textiles, Polymers, and 3D Printing using computer-aided design (CAD)/computer-aided manufacturing (CAM).
Textiles Expertise: Experience in textiles fabrication, particularly in scratch fabrication, building luggage such as backpacks, handbags, or portfolios. Skills in luggage repair and modification are essential.
Background Investigation: Successful completion of a pre-employment background investigation is mandatory to meet security requirements.
Candidates with the following skills and experiences will be highly desirable:
Woodworking: Proficiency in CAD/CAM utilization, experience in the construction of concealment furniture, and the ability to modify blueprints and drafts.
Textiles: Expertise in CAD/CAM utilization, including the use of laser cutters and embroidery machines, as well as computer numerical code (CNC) sewing machines. Skills in leatherworking and the use of vinyl materials will be advantageous. Experience in textile concealment device production is highly desired.
Metalwork: Ability to manufacture molds, dies, and reproduce machine parts from existing components. Experience in metal concealment device production. Proficiency in traditional welding and cutting methods, along with sheet stock manufacture.
Polymers: Capability to modify existing parts and components, along with the ability to reproduce manufactured items for repair or modification. Knowledge of working part assembly processes related to polymers is essential.
If you possess the required qualifications and the preferred skills mentioned above, we encourage you to apply for the Concealment Technician position. Your expertise will be instrumental in supporting our DoD customer's operational requirements and ensuring the security of our projects in Reston, VA.