Native Hawaiian Veterans, LLC is a Native Hawaiian Owned, Service Disabled Veterans Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), SDB, SBA 8(a), MBE, UDBE, and EEO/W/M/Vet/Disabled Company that provides services, solutions, and products in the areas of Homeland Security, Emergency Management, Information Technology, Communication Equipment, Professional Staff Augmentation, Environmental Response, Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) Remediation, and Strategic Communications/Creative Services.
Our mission is to be a trusted partner earning customer loyalty while fostering growth and profitability for our Ohana and enriching our community.
We are seeking a BISCI Installer - Tech2/Tech 3 to join our Ohana. This position will be located in COMSUBPAC, Pearl Harbor.
Installation of Advanced Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) Interface Processor (ATIP) at Commander Submarine Forces Pacific (COMSUBPAC) Broadcast Control Authority (BCA) Building 619, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam (JBPHH), Honolulu, Hawaii.
Candidate must be able to provide sufficient technical expertise, services, and materials necessary to effectively and efficiently install a fully functional ATIP system.
Procure all material identified as Contractor/CFM/CFE/CONTR on IDP drawings.
Receive and inventory government furnished material and equipment ensuring proper QA and material management. Perform site surveys to validate the information provided in the IDP drawings. Perform inspections, testing, and/or assembly to the maximum extent practicable, to facilitate the installation schedule.
Stage the combined Installation Material Kits/Tools for shipment to the job site to meet installation schedule. Coordinate with the OSGR(s) in identifying and requesting a work site staging area.
Coordinate all management efforts required to complete the systems installation.
Efforts are to include:
Submit all visit/clearance information.
Obtain all required passes and badges.
Obtain all required work authorizations and permits.
Submit HAZMAT handling requests.
Coordinate material handling with the OSGR(s) and COMSUBPAC personnel.
Coordinate transportation and storage of GFE: processors, interface units, KIV7M model 3040 enclosures, fiber optic isolator enclosure, laptops, patch panels, and shelves from SSC PAC (Bldg 992, Pearl City, HI).
Contractor shall pick up GFE within seven business days of notification that GFE is ready for pickup. GFE shall be protected from natural elements during storage.
All GFE/GFM to be picked up at SSC PAC (Bldg. 992, Pearl City, HI) shall be picked up within seven (calendar) days of being notified by the OSGR(s).
Coordinate all subcontracting and prefabrication requirements.
Provide financial, schedule, and performance tracking.
Attend production review meetings with the OSGR(s). Remove and reinstall interference items.
Install equipment labels and cable tags per ref 2.2.1.
Maintain a set of daily updated "redlined" installation drawings on site for the duration of the installation.
Provide all tools and equipment necessary to complete the installation.
Installation Requirements (ATIP)
Lead installers shall be certified to the level of BiCSi ITS Technician and have experience working on large projects.
Additionally, all fabrication of optical fiber connectors shall be performed by an installer that is certified to the level of BiCSi ITS Installer 2 (Optical Fiber), or have a commercial fiber certification equivalent to NAVSEA Standard Item 00973.
A licensed electrician(s) (State of Hawaii) shall be available as required in support of the project up to a maximum of 40 hours for electrical work if necessary.
All electronic equipment shall be bonded to the equipment grounding bus bars.
All surfaces that have had final finishes disturbed due to, but not limited to cutting, sanding, grinding, and welding, shall be restored to their preinstallation condition.
Contractor shall use ref 2.2.1 for bidding, planning and execution.
Removal of existing TIP/NECC equipment (COMSUBPAC BCA Tech Control) Dispose of all removed material or turn over to OSGR as required.
Installation of ATIP (COMSUBPAC BCA Tech Control and Message Center)
Contractor shall use ref 2.2.1 for installation of equipment.
Dress all cables.
Label all cables and devices IAW the IDP.
Ground all antennas and electronic equipment IAW all relevant reference documents.
Perform testing and checkout of cables, connection verification, and execute corrective actions.
The loss of each cable shall be documented and turned over to the OnSite Government Representative(s).
Post Installation (ATIP)
Provide installation support during SOVT. Efforts to include:
Provide cable ringout and troubleshooting services to assist the project engineers during the postinstallation System Operation Verification Tests (SOVT).
Correct deficiencies discovered during SOVT.
Provide scanned electronic copy of the "redlined" markups of the IDP drawings to the Onsite Government Representative(s) in Adobe Acrobat Format (PDF) IAW CDRL A005A.
Native Hawaiian Veterans is a Native Hawaiian Owned, Service Disabled Veterans Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), SDB, UDBE, MBE, SBA 8(a) Company that provides services, solutions, and products in the areas of Homeland Security, Emergency Management, Information Technology, Communication Equipment, Professional Staff Augmentation, Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) Remediation, and Strategic C...ommunications/Creative Services.
To be a trusted partner earning customer loyalty while fostering growth for our Ohana and enriching our community.
To build a respected and profitable Hawaii-based company by:
Collaborating with our business partners and leveraging our respective skills to deliver superior solutions and services
Providing leadership, guidance and tangible returns for our community through job creation, education outreach and community service.
Sharing opportunities for personal growth and professional enrichment with our employees.
Native Hawaiian Veterans, LLC was started with five values in mind:
Ohana – the circle of those who are family and those chosen as family
Alaka’i – leadership - leading with initiative and by setting a good example
Kina’ole – flawlessness – doing the right thing, the right way, the first time
Lokahi – collaboration and cooperation. Working together to achieve more
Ho’okipa – generosity, sharing with our ohana and our community