Posted by: Scientific Research Corporation on Oct 11, 2021
Eielson AFB , AK
SRC is hiring an Electronics Radar Technician for their Eielson AFB location in Alaska.
The Electronics Radar Technician provides operation, maintenance, and sustainment for Replica and FSU Threat Radar systems at the JPARC on Eielson, AFB. Maintenance responsibility will be to the component level and require interfacing with system engineering staff. It is highly desirable to have exposure to the multiple frequency band versions of these systems (including S-Band and X-Band).
PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work requires the ability to understand system level operation as well as system level diagnosis for repair, maintenance, and sustainment.Applies technical knowledge of electronics principles, in determining equipment malfunctions and applies skills in restoring equipment operationsApplies the principles of logical or scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusionsOperates, maintains, repairs, and installs various types of electronic equipment and devices related to all aspects of radar, to include transmitters, receivers servo systems, mixers and switches, amplifiers, and wiringApplies comprehensive technical knowledge to solve complex problems by interpreting manufacturers' manuals or similar documentsWork requires familiarity with the interrelationships of circuits and judgment in planning work sequence and in selecting tools and testing instrumentsReceives technical guidance as required, from supervisor or higher-level technician and work is reviewed for compliance with accepted practicesMay provide technical guidance to lower level techniciansPerforms other related duties as required
MINIMUM SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS:
Associate of Electrical Engineering Technology, with an emphasis on RF systems, or equivalent work-related experienceMinimum of three (3) years of hands on experience as an Electronics Radar Technician operating and maintaining digital and analog electronic equipment resulting in an in-depth knowledge of systems theory of operation.EW/RF radar technician experience with experience in general system theory, interfacing to test and training range infrastructure, and component-level repair of radar systemsMust have detailed understanding of electronics theory, network theory, and test equipment used for maintenance and repair of various equipment and data distribution systemsPossess the ability to apply knowledge to the maintenance functions of these systems Ability to troubleshoot to the component level and make needed repairsAbility to carry out job requirements with limited supervisionAbility to communicate tactfully and effectively in both oral and written formAbility to perform and maintain related technical/administrative additional dutiesAbility to diagnose the cause of equipment failure, using troubleshooting skills, knowledge of electronic principles, and analysis of wiring diagrams and circuits, and usage of applicable test equipment is requiredAbility to repair said failures down to individual components is also requiredA basic familiarity with Windows software is requiredAdvanced knowledge of electronic test equipment used for preventive and remedial maintenance; e.g., oscilloscope, volt-ohm meters, frequency counters and generators, logic analyzers/emulators, computers, spectrum analyzers, power meters and waveform monitorsAbility to perform maintenance, operations and preventive maintenance as required, using the applicable test equipmentMust demonstrate expertise and initiative in daily activities and display a professional attitude towards customers and fellow employees at all timesMust be able to obtain and maintain a government security clearanceMust possess a valid Driver's LicenseTypical environment to include working outdoors, primarily in cold/artic conditionsWork will be performed on elevated heights and in remote work areasPosition requires attending meetings with government and contract employeesConstant use of sight abilities while reviewing documents and performance operations and maintenanceConstant use of speech/hearing abilities for communication, constant mental alertnessAbility to use a computer to input and retrieve information and dataAbility to travel as required by the companyAbility to perform physical tasks including, but not limited to, moderate lifting (45 pounds) and climbing
DESIRED SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS:
Direct experience operating or maintaining FSU threat radar systems to the component level desiredAbility to obtain a commercial driver's license (CDL) is preferred
SRC IS A CONTRACTOR FOR THE U.S. GOVERNMENT, THIS POSITION WILL REQUIRE U.S. CITIZENSHIP AS WELL AS A U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITY CLEARANCE AT THE SECRET LEVEL
All Federal contractor employees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 starting December 8, 2021 regardless of work location (including work from home) except for those employees that work only in foreign countries. Full vaccination status is achieved two weeks after the final vaccine dose. This requirement does allow for certain reasonable accommodations for medical or religious reasons.
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