Engineering Technician II (C014)2023
- Job Category: Engineering/Design
- Travel: No
- Clearance: Able to Obtain Public Trust
- Shift: Day Job
- Req ID: RIV02987
The Engineering Technician is a member of a multi-functional team providing Technical Support Services to the Federal Aviation Administration Logistic Center (FAALC) at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center Logistic Center in Oklahoma City, OK.
The Engineering Technician’s technical, operational, and functional tasks spectrum includes providing engineering technician services to the various FAALC Product Divisions to help assure that electrical, electronic, and mechanical equipment meets serviceability, reliability, and availability requirements including assembling, repairing and refurbishing equipment, components, test fixtures, and prototypes; performing equipment performance analyses and data collection and reporting; and installing equipment and modifications in accordance with applicable FAA and FAALC standards, orders, technical instructions, and quality procedures.
Standard individual administrative tasks including individual time, timesheet, 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.
Assembles and repairs electrical, electronic, and mechanical systems, subsystems, and components. Equipment assembly processes may require a combination of design, fabrication, and/or construction functions for items such as power and signal cables, circuit boards, electrical and mechanical components, test fixtures, and engineering prototypes. Equipment repair processes may include functions such as performance analysis, equipment disassembly/assembly, troubleshooting and correction of electrical, electronic, or mechanical malfunctions, parts replacement, painting and composite structures.
Completes applicable adjustment, testing, and certification processes on all items assembled or repaired.
Performs and documents all tasks and functions as specified in the technical documentation applicable to the system/subsystem/component.
Performs equipment and component performance analyses to determine operating characteristics and parameters, to aid in fault isolation and identification, and to verify equipment functions under variable conditions; collects and records appropriate engineering data to document results of the analyses; extracts, produces, compiles, and presents a variety of systems data and logistics support information obtained from various sources.
Installs electrical, electronic, and mechanical systems, subsystems, components, test fixtures, modifications and engineering prototypes; performs adjustment, test, and certification functions for this equipment.
Installation of electronic and mechanical systems and components on NAS and Inter-Agency systems.
Preventative Maintenance on electronic and mechanical systems and components for NAS and Inter-Agency systems.
Use appropriate tools to disassemble and reassemble mechanical/electro-mechanical parts, including but not limited to motors, gearboxes, pedestals, blowers, compressors, and drives.
Familiarity with electric, pneumatic, and manual tools.
Attention to detail and accuracy when completing data entries for asset maintenance.
Take notes and write reports describing work performed on serialized assets.
Assist in moving large assets around shop for support shop work and for testing purposes.
- 6500 S. MacArthur Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 72139.