Electronics Technician I (C557) Shelters
- Job Category: Installation, Maintenance & Repair
- Travel: Yes, 50 % of the Time
- Clearance: Able to Obtain Public Trust
- Shift: Day Job
- Req ID: RIV02785
Our Electronic Technician is a member of a multi-functional team providing Technical Support Services for the Federal Aviation Administration Logistic Center (FAALC) at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center (MMAC) in Oklahoma City, OK.
The Electronic Technician's technical and functional tasks spectrum includes providing electronic technician services to the various FAALC Product Divisions to help assure that electronic systems, subsystems, and components meet serviceability, reliability, and availability requirements.
These services may include tasks such as electronic system/subsystem/component troubleshooting, repair, assembly, refurbishment, installation, calibration, and testing. This could include test fixture and prototype design, analysis of equipment performance, data collection and equipment installation. The Electronic Technician shall complete all tasks in accordance with applicable FAA and FAALC standards, orders and technical instructions.
Standard individual administrative tasks including recording individual time, leave, and training completion; performance management; compliance with customer organization and company standards; performing other tasks as assigned and demonstrating proficiency, accuracy and attention to detail in assigned duties.
Works under the functional/operational supervision of the Shop Lead and/or Technical Manager/Project Manager.
Troubleshoots, repairs, and tests electronic components and equipment to return unserviceable equipment to serviceable status. Items to be repaired may include electronic assemblies and components, electronic cables and wiring harnesses, circuit cards, prototype, test fixtures and test beds. The repair process may include functions such as item disassembly/assembly, circuit analysis, item repair, and parts replacement with possible performance analysis.
Assembles cables, wiring harnesses, circuit cards, and other electronic assemblies and components based on FAALC-provided technical documentation; installs and performs test and calibration functions for this equipment.
Installs electrical, electronic, and mechanical systems, subsystems, components, test fixtures, modifications and engineering prototypes; performs adjustment, test, and certification functions on equipment.
Minimum High School diploma/GED with completion of formal technical training courses OR Associate Degree in Electrical or Engineering Technology.
Ability to utilize wire diagrams and designs to perform electrical installations (conduit bending, electrical connections, wire installation, grounding and bonding of electrical components, lightning-protection, and home-station electrical and electronic installations) compliant with National Electric Code and FAA standards.
NACI Clearance - ability to obtain Public Trust.
Ability to pass TSA background checks for airport badging.
Ability to travel (up to 50%).
Possess the skill and ability to rearrange or install new outlets, relays, switches, and light fixtures into existing and new systems.
Construction site skills associated with remote installations of National Airspace System (NAS), DoD and other Agency systems (i.e., basic carpentry for assembling concrete forms, placement and finishing concrete for shelter installations, and operating mechanized construction equipment such as skid steer loaders, trenchers, excavators, and towing/backing trailers). Training and licensing for such equipment will be provided by the organization, if required.