Full time, Immediate
Warner Robins, GA
Description of Services
Engineering Services: The contractor shall have knowledge of OSHA regulations and application of applicable guidance for safe design and improvements. The contractor shall determine the best value resolution for each problem as warranted and provide a recommended course of action, along with viable alternatives, for the Government’s consideration. The contractor shall develop reports documenting problem data, analyses, and recommended solutions including supporting rationale. No more than one Valid Customer Complaint per month for failure to provide required engineering services.
Industrial: The contractor shall evaluate and establish production processes and controls and use AFSO 21, LEAN, Six Sigma, or similar analysis tools to implement continuous process improvements. The contractor shall use Computer Aided Design (CAD) to manage facility modifications and new construction projects. All projects shall comply with appropriate OSHA regulatory guidance for infrastructure issues.
Mechanical (Utility Infrastructure): The contractor shall prepare and maintain facility mechanical documentation in AutoCAD and prepare design drawings and interface with base organizations for design, troubleshooting, and repair of infrastructure components. The contractor shall perform project management on various programs within the organization.
Mechanical (Hardware Design): The contractor shall prepare and maintain AutoCAD inventory files and perform mechanical designs of military “black boxes” using applicable DoD Technical Orders and industry best practices. Designs involves numerous part drawings and assembly drawings. The contractor shall perform thermal and mechanical stress analysis for new and existing designs and identify potential obsolete parts issues prior to occurrence and provide recommended solutions. In support of this requirement, the contractor shall have access to the Government Industry Data Exchange Program’s Applications, Programs, and Indentures (API), other Government databases, and specialized Diminishing Manufacturing.
Electrical: The contractor shall possess a working knowledge of National Electrical Code and relevant Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) standards for powering industrial and electronic equipment, as well as industry and government electrical safety practices, including OSHA requirements. The contractor shall interface with, and provide guidance to, safety officials on electrical safety issues. The contractor shall troubleshoot multi-voltage, multi-frequency (480/277V, 208/120V, 199/115V 400Hz, 28 VDC) electrical distribution systems and prepare and maintain facility electrical documentation in AutoCAD and prepare design drawings. The contractor shall determine design requirements in support of facility construction projects, provide feedback on design drawings, and provide oversight of electrical construction projects. Knowledge of energy conservation practices is also required.
General: In support of this requirement, the contractor shall have access to the Government Industry Data Exchange Program’s Applications, Programs, and Indentures (API), other Government databases, and specialized Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) tracking databases. The Government will provide access to these systems. The Contractor will complete any access requests. The contractor shall also identify potential obsolete parts issues prior to occurrence and provide recommended solutions.
Reverse: The contractor shall perform reverse engineering of selected components, associated structures and assemblies, as required to complete or supplement system design and maintain precision tolerances where required. The contractor shall perform all material, electrical and metallurgical evaluations using a structured process including issue identification studies, requirement definition, data development, technology insertion, verification, and production assistance.
Test: The contractor shall accurately repair 1970 – 2000 vintage manual and automatic test stations overcoming hardware failures and obsolescence within the equipment. In addition, the contractor shall identify potential obsolete parts issues prior to occurrence and provide recommended solutions.
Design: The contractor shall perform design activities that will replace existing electronics using current technology electronics. Designs shall be form-fit-function and implement programmable logic devices and other newer technologies where applicable. The contractor shall utilize design simulation software to validate designs prior to implementation.
Radio Frequency: The contractor shall perform design, test, analysis, and consultation for all Radio Frequency (RF) projects. This includes recommendations and specifications for appropriate equipment. The contractor shall utilize design simulation software to validate designs prior to implementation.
Qualifications and Experience
Must be a US citizen with a valid US passport and possess or obtain a SECRET clearance.
Must have a Bachelor of Engineering from an ABET accredited school, with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in an applicable field OR must have a minimum of seven (7) years’ experience. Experience must include technical involvement as applicable in one (1) or more of the following areas: design, development, production, testing, engineering studies, analysis of system design, performance enhancement or Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) (parts obsolescence).