Dine Development Corporation

  • Software Installation Technician

    Job Locations Other | Other
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/8/2018 12:54 PM)
  • Overview

    DDC-CS d.b.a. DDC-4C is wholly owned by Diné Development Corporation (DDC), a Navajo Nation owned Tribal Corporation that governs the DDC-4C entity in its business ventures. DDC was established in 2004 with initial capitalization from the Business and Industrial Development Fund of the Navajo Nation. DDC is a proactive business corporation established by the Navajo Nation Council as a holding company to establish, invest in, own, and operate subsidiary corporations and companies. We strive to promote Navajo Nation entrepreneurship while serving Reservation market and labor needs.


    This position will be the deployment of DoD law enforcement booking station implementation.

    Installer unpacks equipment, assembles, installs and configures software, submits test records, and trains operators


    • Detailed knowledge of MS Windows 10 operating system
    • Working knowledge of MS Access / SQL databases
    • Ability to lift 75 lbs. bending
    • Standing for long periods of time
    • Working knowledge of network topologies and troubleshooting techniques
    • Prefer previous knowledge of biometrics – fingerprints specifically
    • Ability to work in a structured DoD environment – previous military experience a plus Ability to work independently
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Travel to CONUS and OCONUS sites
    • Ability to be trained in the Crossmatch solution and deliver standard operator training

    Navajo Nation citizenship a plus!! 



    Education Requirements

    Bachelor's Degree plus 2 years of experience. In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted for applicable work experience. Work experience may be adjusted for highly specialized knowledge or uniquely applicable experience.



    Travel Requirements

    Traveling to various locations and military installations for deployment


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