Cable Fabricator (Able to obtain NACI Clearance) / Emp. Ref. $250.00

Tobyhanna, PA
Work Type: On-Site
  • Job Category: Maintenance & Repair
  • Travel: Yes, 25% of the time
  • Clearance: Not Applicable
  • Req ID: 2024-3356

Overview

PRIMARY FUNCTION

Works independently on routine and repetitive assignments such as maintaining, troubleshooting, testing and repairing problems in single layered printed circuit cards, and other equipment that is of limited design and functional complexity. Performs tasks such as assembling cables, removing and replacing defective components, modules, and assemblies that have been identified as being defective. Operates automatic test equipment which has been programmed to a type of chassis or circuit card to isolate or locate defective components. Follows detailed schematics, wiring diagrams, layout diagrams and work instructions to construct individual chassis and components of electronic equipment. May work as a member of a team which performs work both on the depot and while on TDY to CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.

Work requires normal color perception, close eye-hand coordination, and body movements such as sitting, kneeling, bending, climbing, standing, crawling, stooping, and lifting. May be required to work in cramped and strained positions inside and outside vans, shelters, and on work- stands. Subject to the usual hazards associated with the electronic trade and work environment such as electrical shock; abrasions; burns; bruises; cuts; exposure to fumes, oils, greases, varying noise levels; and R.F. radiation. May involve high voltage work.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION:

  • Must have basic knowledge of Electronics Theory and applications.

  • Cable Fabrication training and testing is mandatory.

  • Shall be able to solder and be IPC certification ready, read, understand and interpret drawings and blueprints and fabricate and repair electronic components in accordance with drawings, standard work documents, technical reference orders, technical manuals, technical orders, etc.

  • Must be able to fabricate and overhaul cable assemblies, including but not limited to assembly of cable wires and connecting cable wires to connector pins, switch boxes and power distribution boxes.

  • Must be able to use common hand tools such as wire cutters, strippers, crimpers, and heat guns.

  • Must be able to follow both written and oral instructions.

  • Must be able to work independently on routine and repetitive assignments such as maintaining, troubleshooting, testing and repairing problems in single layered printed circuit cards, and other equipment that is of limited design and functional complexity.

  • Must be able to perform tasks such as assembling cables, removing and replacing defective components, modules, and assemblies that have been identified as being defective.

  • Must be able to operates automatic test equipment which has been programmed to a type of chassis or circuit card to isolate or locate defective components.

  • Follows detailed schematics, wiring diagrams, layout diagrams and work instructions to construct individual chassis and components of electronic equipment.

  • May be required to wear protective equipment such as safety glasses, ear-plugs, and etc. May be exposed to adverse weather conditions when working outside on shelters or van mounted systems.

  • Must be able to perform soldering which complies with standards such as IPC 7711/7721 and other industry soldering standards.

  • Must be able to lift objects up to 40 pounds.

  • Must be able to stand, sit, bend, reach and walk for extended periods of time.

  • Must be a US Citizen with ability to obtain and maintain a NACI Clearance.