Qualified applicants will contribute in multiple facets of prototype development and integration of undersea sensors, vehicles and propulsion systems. Applicant will be relied on to conduct schematic capture of sensor and cable assemblies wiring diagrams, perform assembly and test of the wiring, integrate sensors, printed circuit boards and wiring, and perform systems debug/troubleshooting of various development projects. Experience with motors, motor controllers mechanical systems and fiber optics is a plus.
• Perform Electronic, Mechanical and Electro-mechanical assembly.
• Perform wiring, soldering and tests
• Installs components and sub-assemblies in accordance with engineering direction
• Exhibits basic computer skills including ORCAD schematic capture
• Able to read, understand and follow technical drawings, datasheets, and written work instructions.
• Operates oscilloscopes, generators, meters, power supplies, service monitors and test fixtures, and understands their use and function.
• Experienced with and able to use hand tools and small power tools.
• Recognizes failures and set up problems, isolates problems, and takes appropriate action to resolve those problems.
• Performs minor repairs and circuit card replacements to return unit to operational state
• Maintains all manufacturing related equipment and facilities.
• Keeps accurate records for build information, anomalies, defects and test data.
• Provides feedback to development engineers on ways to improve procedural steps and process implementation.
• Holds or able to obtain a DoD Security clearance.
• Strong verbal and technical writing skills.
• Possesses and maintains a good attendance record
• Troubleshoots electronics down to the module level to determine cause and remedy of any malfunction
All candidates must be willing to be subjected to a proficiency evaluation as part of the interview process
Two years minimum experience or Prior Training in an Electronics Technician role or related position.