Airfield Electronic Technician
Kaua'i, HI US
Location: Kaua'i, HI
Industry: Dept. of Defense
Salary: Up to $93k/yr.
Clearance: Active Secret
- High school graduate or equivalent plus two (+ 2) year tech school in electronic systems
- Ten years (10) in operating and maintaining of communications video and networking systems equipment required, and five (5) years experience in field.
- Must have a soldering certificate from a commercial firm, technical school or Navy school.
- Must be able to obtain and maintain the Airfield Vehicle Operators Course License.
- Must have a signed and provide documented proof of a Job Qualification Requirement for AN/URN 25/32 Navigation Set TACAN if qualified.
- Must be able to use and interpret results of simple and complex test equipment used in communications, video and networking environments such as Oscilloscopes, power meters, spectrum analyzers, multi-meters, BER Testers, ATM testing and diagnostic equipment.
- Knowledge of UNIX and Windows based OS.
- Documented formal training of Air Traffic Control systems from the military, FAA, ISCET, factory or approved computer-based instruction is acceptable.
- Must be able to work flexible hours.
- Must possess the following PC skills: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, MS Visio
- ASOS experience highly desirable.
- Performs periodic inspections and maintenance tasks in accordance with OPNAVINST 4790.4 ships Maintenance and Material Management (3M) Systems Policy, current Navy maintenance Cards (MRC) cards for respective systems, the National Weather Service ASOS Site Technical Manual S100 additional guidelines established by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR). Documents results of all maintenance actions in systems and equipment records.
- Troubleshoots, maintains and repairs systems/equipment by reading and interpreting electronic/mechanical schematics and using simple and complex test equipment.
- Installs, checks, calibrates and performs acceptance tests on new and relocated systems and equipment.
- Prepares daily equipment logs, reports/documents outages and submits periodic reports.
- Represents the Airfield systems during Formal Navy Airfield inspections.
- Sets-up, checks-out, operates and monitors systems and equipment in support of Airfield Operations. Respond to changing operational requirements and equipment s when directed.
- Assists in preparing and developing new procedures, procedural changes and modification proposals.
- Assists in training junior technicians in the operation and maintenance of Airfield systems and equipment.
- Assists in configuration management and property control procedures for Airfield related systems and equipment.
- Provides information, assistance, and coordination to SPAWAR for any system upgrades as well as participating in training, BESEP, and procedural development.
- Performs tasks in compliance with OPNAVINST 5100.23 Shore Safety Manual and OPNAVINST 3750.6 Naval Safety Program and use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at all times.