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Electronic Technician II
Job SummaryIn-Air Systems Electronic Technician II personnel operate and maintain Atlantic Underwater Test and Evaluation Center In-Air and support systems.
- Troubleshoot, repair, test and operate the In-Air Systems installed in support of AUTEC Range and Navy ship requirements.
- Perform detailed testing procedures to diagnose causes of equipment malfunction.
- Disassemble components and trace circuit continuity through states of equipment.
- Repair circuit wiring and replace faulty major components and individual parts.
- Operate and test repaired equipment with common and specialized hand tools, measuring instruments and testing devices to ensure proper operation.
- Perform authorized modifications, preventative maintenance, and final testing of equipment.
- Performs analysis of equipment and systems performance on a daily basis.
- Identifies problems, determines and initiates action to resolve and assist junior technicians with equipment/systems repair.
- Performs administrative record keeping and spare inventories for maintenance of assigned systems.
- Assist in Operational Acceptance Testing.
- Work shifts as required.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
The in-air systems are located at Site 2 which is approximately 20 miles from the main base and is accessible by road. In addition to the preceding, personnel chosen for these positions reside at Site 1 and commute when required. In addition to principal duties ancillary site duties may be assigned as required.
- Associate Degree in electronic discipline or equivalent Military training.
- Minimum three (3) years’ experience in electronics preventive, corrective and installation techniques including solving complex problems by interpreting manufacturer’s manuals or similar documents.
- A minimum of three (3) years of cumulative experience in RF Systems maintenance and operation typical to Range Operations and Maintenance such as Radar, GPS, Threat Simulation or similar equipment is required.
- Excellent analytical and troubleshooting/diagnostic skills.
- Advanced digital and analog troubleshooting skills.
- Hands-on use of common RF test equipment in a field environment.
- Able to work independently and without close supervision.
- Able to lift and carry up to 45 pounds of equipment.
- Physical ability to reach above the shoulders and climb using legs and arms to perform tasks and stand for extended periods of time.
- Normal color vision.
- Ability to assist lower level staff in equipment and systems repair.
- Present neat, professional appearance to work in military environment.
- This position requires the individual to be eligible to obtain a US Government security clearance; US Citizenship is required.
- Must be able to reside in remote location with limited medical facilities.
- A valid US Passport and Driver’s License is required.
- Training and certification in Security+, Linux+ and MCP may be required for position qualification.
Note: Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.