Sorel-Tracy, QC – Naval Communicators establish and manage all external voice, radio-teletype and data circuits, and provide real-time tactical information in support of operations. Naval Communicators establish and maintain communications with national and allied networks over radio frequencies required for mission coordination, using tactical line-of-sight, long-range and satellite communications. It is also their responsibility to advise Command on tactical signaling and ship maneuvering, encoding/decoding of signals and dissemination of tactical and maneuvering signals. Their primary duties include: Radio-teletype Computer networking Satellite, tactical voice and visual communications Classified and unclassified computer networks Computer-based message processing network Radio communication control systems Cryptographic and satellite equipment in support of high speed data and imagery exchanges Generally, the number of hours of work per week is 40 hours. However, mi… – Permanent – Full-timeApply for this job.