Avionics Technician (AT2)

Availability

  • Full time, Immediate

Location

  • Warner Robins, GA

Requirements

  • Secret Clearance

Job Description

  • The contractor shall accurately diagnose faults and take appropriate repair actions to restore Line Replaceable Units (LRUs), Shop Replaceable Units (SRUs), Test Measurement & Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE), Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) and special purpose test equipment to operational condition.

  • Diagnose faults in the test stations and Test Program Sets (TPS) and take required repair actions to restore electronic units or test stations, multi-conductor cables and wiring harnesses to fully operational and serviceable status. The contractor shall assist in the validation/verification process to identify and determine faults inserted in new TPS prior to acceptance.

  • The contractor shall review and interpret schematics, blueprints, and technical manuals in the performance of repair, troubleshooting, and technical analysis duties for reparable units and test stations. The contractor shall access the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) CADSTAR Program and/or FEDMIX program to obtain the latest drawings, parts lists, mechanical drawings, and technical specifications. Consult with the OEM’s point of contact to ensure the highest possible accuracy in the information database for technical advice.

  • The contractor shall use a variety of standard Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE), distortion analyzers, frequency counters, multi-meters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, and voltmeters in support of technical and repair services.

  • The contractor shall perform self-devised, supplemental fault or technical analysis routines when failures are beyond the scope of automated diagnostics program Test Program Sets (TPS) to isolate the faulty components. The contractor shall train government personnel in the proper use of these techniques.

  • The contractor shall perform in-depth analysis of test software and recommend specific corrective actions. In addition, the contractor shall assist in prototype and first article testing to ensure the Government receives a fully functional TPS that identifies faults quickly and accurately.

  • The contractor shall perform in-depth technical analysis to resolve issues pertaining to technical problems on specified weapons systems.

  • The contractor shall set up and operate equipment used in the fabrication of printed circuit boards, cables and other higher-level assemblies.

  • The contractor shall Production Accepted Certification (PAC) stamp the identification tag to certify condition of assets prior to shipment.

  • The contractor shall repair, modify, troubleshoot, calibrate, align and functionally test electronic equipment and test stations, both manually and with automatic test stations. No more than 1 confirmed Quality Deficiency Report (QDR) per month attributed to contractor workmanship.

 

Qualifications and Experience

 

  • Must be a US citizen with a valid US passport and possess or obtain a SECRET clearance.

  • Must have a high school diploma/GED AND either three (3) years’ experience with the testing and repair of electronic LRUs and SRUs OR a technical degree/certificate in electronics.

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