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Electronics Technician II

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Electronics Technician II   

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JOB TITLE:

Electronics Technician II

JOB TYPE:

JOB SKILLS:

JOB LOCATION:

Newington Virginia / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Basic Qualifications:
Associates degree, or technical school certification, or military training in a related field.
Trained in basic electronics.
Approximately four years technical work experience.
Within six months of hire or promotion, must possess Electronics Technician Associates (ETA) CET Associate certification and ETA Wireless Communications certification (or equivalent).
Must have product-specific ETA or manufacturer certification(s). For example, mobile radios, portable radios, FNE equipment, etc. depending on specific requirements.


Primary Duties &Responsibilities:
Perform preventive maintenance, repair, programming, and alignment tasks of customer land mobile radio equipment as directed by a supervisor.
Document work performed.
As needed, perform removal and installation of Fixed Network Equipment (FNE) and mobile communications equipment and associated cabling in customer locations/vehicles with close supervision.
Troubleshoot issues related to equipment installed in vehicles to unit level.

Other Tasks:
Responsible for accurate reporting in time tracking systems each week before the day/time determined by manager.
Responsible for proper care and maintenance of all assigned company assets.
Responsible for calibration of assigned test equipment and keeping the test equipment database up to date.
Responsible for processing all expense reports within the client HR Guidelines.
Maintain a tidy and organized workspace.

Specific Knowledge/Skills:
Must have an understanding of basic electronics and electrical theory.
Detail oriented and works with a high degree of accuracy.
Skilled in the use of basic electronic test equipment such as DVMs, wattmeters (power meters), communications systems analyzers, radio programming software, etc.
Skilled in the use of soldering/desoldering tools, hand tools, and power tools associated with equipment repair on the bench.
Able to use a computer and familiar with common computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and internet browsers.
Self motivated and able to quickly learn new equipment types and technologies as they are introduced.
Able to work as a member of a team which includes individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Good verbal and written communications skills.
Able to read electronic schematics and instructions for diagnosing, repairing, installing and removing electronic equipment and components.
Must be capable of lifting 60 pounds of equipment or radio assemblies and carry 25 pounds consistently.
Must have a good understanding of vehicle assembly, as well as vehicle electrical and mechanical systems.
Must have the dexterity to be able to work in cramped locations inside of a vehicle.
Basic understanding of communications systems functionality and technology associated with the customer system(s).

Onsite

Work Schedule (Will this resource work any OT?): Monday thru Friday from 8AM to 4:30PM local time. Some OT when workload requires.

Position Details

POSTED:

Jul 09, 2022

EMPLOYMENT:

INDUSTRY:

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S1650985209565450

LOCATION:

Virginia / United States

CITY:

Newington

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Basic Qualifications:
Associates degree, or technical school certification, or military training in a related field.
Trained in basic electronics.
Approximately four years technical work experience.
Within six months of hire or promotion, must possess Electronics Technician Associates (ETA) CET Associate certification and ETA Wireless Communications certification (or equivalent).
Must have product-specific ETA or manufacturer certification(s). For example, mobile radios, portable radios, FNE equipment, etc. depending on specific requirements.


Primary Duties &Responsibilities:
Perform preventive maintenance, repair, programming, and alignment tasks of customer land mobile radio equipment as directed by a supervisor.
Document work performed.
As needed, perform removal and installation of Fixed Network Equipment (FNE) and mobile communications equipment and associated cabling in customer locations/vehicles with close supervision.
Troubleshoot issues related to equipment installed in vehicles to unit level.

Other Tasks:
Responsible for accurate reporting in time tracking systems each week before the day/time determined by manager.
Responsible for proper care and maintenance of all assigned company assets.
Responsible for calibration of assigned test equipment and keeping the test equipment database up to date.
Responsible for processing all expense reports within the client HR Guidelines.
Maintain a tidy and organized workspace.

Specific Knowledge/Skills:
Must have an understanding of basic electronics and electrical theory.
Detail oriented and works with a high degree of accuracy.
Skilled in the use of basic electronic test equipment such as DVMs, wattmeters (power meters), communications systems analyzers, radio programming software, etc.
Skilled in the use of soldering/desoldering tools, hand tools, and power tools associated with equipment repair on the bench.
Able to use a computer and familiar with common computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and internet browsers.
Self motivated and able to quickly learn new equipment types and technologies as they are introduced.
Able to work as a member of a team which includes individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Good verbal and written communications skills.
Able to read electronic schematics and instructions for diagnosing, repairing, installing and removing electronic equipment and components.
Must be capable of lifting 60 pounds of equipment or radio assemblies and carry 25 pounds consistently.
Must have a good understanding of vehicle assembly, as well as vehicle electrical and mechanical systems.
Must have the dexterity to be able to work in cramped locations inside of a vehicle.
Basic understanding of communications systems functionality and technology associated with the customer system(s).

Onsite

Work Schedule (Will this resource work any OT?): Monday thru Friday from 8AM to 4:30PM local time. Some OT when workload requires.


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