Tobyhanna Army Depot

 
Tobyhanna Army Depot (TYAD) is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Systems across the Department of Defense. TYAD’s Corporate Philosophy, dedicated workforce and electronics expertise ensure the depot is the Joint C4ISR provider of choice for all branches of the Armed Forces and our industry partners. TYAD’s unique; and unparalleled, capabilities include full-spectrum support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, technology insertion, modification, and global field support to our Warfighters.
Located in the heart of the Pocono Mountain Region; in Northeastern Pennsylvania, the area offers a low cost of living while providing ready access to many indoor and outdoor recreational activities. There are 36 colleges and universities in the local area, and the cities of New York, Philadelphia, Scranton, Stroudsburg, and Wilkes-Barre are only a short commute away. Learn more

Tobyhanna Army Depot (TYAD) is looking to hire someone with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Information Technology (IT) or related field in order to support the depot’s growing Wideband Mission. TYAD’s Wideband Control Test Department is responsible for the acquisition, installation, and life-cycle management of state-of-the-art strategic satellite network control and planning systems for use with the Defense Satellite Communications Systems and Wideband Global Satellite systems.  This acquisition includes modifications and enhancements to existing Wideband Satellite Communication Operations Management Systems and procures, installs and provides sustainment support on behalf of other Department of Defense (DoD) Services, Agencies and International Partners.

TYAD’s Operations Department is responsible for Independent Verification and Validation of the Wideband Satellite Communication Operations Management Systems subsystem components to meet the increasing resiliency and readiness demands of the Wideband Control Portfolio.