Electronics Technician 2
- Posted: over a month ago
- Benefits: medical, vision, 401k, dental, life insurance,
The purpose of the position provide technical support to NIWC Atlantic in support of Portable Radios Program-ISEA. This position provides Depot level repair, and overhaul of tactical radios, communications equipment, shipboard repair and casualty repair and training of radios.
Essential Duties & Job Functions:
· Provide support for test and evaluation of equipment readiness.
· Interface with Ship’s Company to arrange and organize test events and casualty response.
· Provide Pre-Installation Checkout (PICO) support for equipment must have the ability to troubleshoot and resolve problems.
· Implement field changes, test, and evaluate radios.
· Strong coordination, organization, teaming and communication abilities
· Provide monthly and weekly status reports for the customer and Program Manager
· Works well individually or in a team environment
· Ability to work under pressure and time constraints
· The candidate will provide support for PRP, repair, maintenance, and diagnostic analysis, and Calibration and operation support services. The candidate supports the development of organizational, intermediate and depot level maintenance and support processes.
· Must be able to travel worldwide in support of PRP.
· Must be familiar with test instruments and their application to communications systems.
· Be able to work independently as well as in a team environment.
Job Requirements (Education, Experience, Professional Associations):
- Secret Clearance, preferred or the ability to obtain one in a timely fashion.
- Must be a US citizen
· Must be a graduates of a high school, vocational school, or have their General Equivalency Diploma (GED)
· Shall have formal electronics training obtained as graduates of a technical school, military school (Class A or Class B in Electronics or Communications), or a 4-year apprentice program with a min of 10 years.
- Minimum 2 years’ experience providing technical support for Tactical Handheld communications.
- Background in Tactical Handheld communication with knowledge of one (1) or more of Radios listed below.
· AN/PRC-157 (all variants )
· VRC-104 HF BASE Station
· Shipboard Handheld Communications Systems
- Navy/Coast Guard/Army/Marine Corps,
- ET experienced with Communication systems and ancillaries.
- Navy / Coast Guard A and C School
- Marine Corps Electronics training
· Must be able to work outdoors, in labs and onboard ships worldwide
· Must be able to tolerate heat/cold...
· Comfortable working around exposures to hazards...
· Ability to work in low-lit areas for long periods of time
- Must be able to respond to emerging requirement’s which may involve travel and/or extended work hours.
· Must be able lift 40 lbs...
· Must be able to stoop, bend or squat as required during the day
· Must be able to carry tools and test equipment
· Must be able to move around freely onboard ships and shore sites
CGS will provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.
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