rehousing, government property administration, and asset tracking.
Candidate will be responsible for conducting towed array module physical inspection, electrical testing, troubleshooting, array assembly and shipboard installation of towed bodies while working pier side, in all weather conditions and/or in a warehouse environment. Travel overseas and within CONUS on short notice may be required. Candidate will be responsible to review technical documentation, identify discrepancies and submit TMDERS (Technical Manuals Deficiency/Evaluation Report) corrections.
This position has occasional requirements for overtime work in order to meet US Navy operational schedules, and may have occasional requirements for extended travel to support surge work at other Towed Arrays IMAs in order to meet US Navy operational schedules.
Selected applicant will receive on the job training in accordance with established Personnel Qualifications Standards (PQS) to qualify as a Towed Array IMA Technician and Pier-Side Supervisor within a 12-month period. Upon completing qualifications, the selected candidate will take on technical lead assignments supporting IMA day-to-day operations. Selected applicant must be able to interact with Navy, Government, and civilian support contractors. The candidate will assume additional collateral duties from time to time as assigned by the site manager.
Candidate must be capable of performing assigned work with minimum supervision.
Selected Applicant will have the ability to obtain and retain a Department of Defense security clearance at the Secret level and be able to obtain and retain a US Passport.
Graduate of an accredited technical institute or apprentice program in electronics above the high school level or successful completion of a military electronics course equivalent to https://U.S. Navy "C" school and at least two years’ experience in the test and repair of electronic/electrical equipment.
Experience in the use of electronic test equipment and operation of various hand held power tools.
Must obtain a minimum of an interim Secret prior to commencement of employment.
Must have and maintain a valid driver's license.
Must complete a background check and physical to be able to obtain a DOT license.
Must be able to lift 40 lbs.
Prior US military service, preferably Navy and on a platform utilizing towed sonar systems (submarine or surface ship).
Experienced in the operation, troubleshooting, and/or repair of towed sonar arrays, or experience with any of the following equipment is desirable: AN/BQQ-5, AN/BQQ-6, AN/BSY-1, AN/BSY-2, SQQ-89, OK-276, OA-9070/9070A, OK-410 or OK-542/542A.
Must be able to perform light mechanical maintenance actions and operate a forklift as part of assigned duties.
Experienced in the use of Microsoft Office products (2007/2010)
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