SRSMS Technician II
High school diploma or equivalent. Formal classroom education equivalent to Navy "C" School or vocational school, with formal training in the field of electronic equipment maintenance.
-Four years' experience in one or more of the following disciplines:
-Digital/analog signal processing;
-Digital communications networks;
-Weapons Delivery Scoring Systems (WISS, Acousti-score, LSTSS, IWTS, BDA etc.);
-Video surveillance systems;
-Intrusion Detection Systems (passive and active);
-Video signal processing and recording;
-Communications (multiplexer equipment, VHF, UHF, microwave, fiber-optic);
-Digital/analog computer systems;
-DC power supplies;
-RF signal processing;
-Low voltage AC equipment;
-Primary and secondary power equipment;
-Auto-transfer (UPS) equipment;
-Portable AC generators
Ability to speak, read, and write English. Capable and certified to climb/descend towers carrying equipment. Must maintain current COMSEC certification.
Must maintain Laser Safety Certification. Current CPR/First Aid certification desired.
Possess a valid state issued driver's license. Qualify for and maintain a Secret government Security clearance
Applies comprehensive technical knowledge to solve complex problems by interpreting manufacturers' manuals or similar documents.
Applies technical knowledge in troubleshooting, isolating malfunctions, repairing to the component level, and incorporating engineering changes. Work typically requires detailed understanding of the interrelationships of analog, digital, mechanical, and RF operating system diagnostics and circuits. Exercises some independent judgment on tasks such as making circuit analyses, calculating waveforms, and tracing relationships in signal flow. Uses complex test instruments such as pulse generators, spectrum analyzers, distortion analyzers, and computer analytical equipment.
Provides technical guidance to lower-level technicians/operators. Performs organizational and intermediate-level maintenance on assigned equipment. Work may be reviewed by supervisor for compliance with accepted practices. Documents maintenance actions in IEMS
VETS is a Department of Veterans Affairs, Center for Veterans Enterprise (CVE) certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Based in Tysons Corner, Virginia, VETS has a Southwest operations office in Tucson, Arizona and contract management sites throughout the United States. VETS supports a growing number of U.S. Government defense and civilian agencies with technology, systems engineering, as well as construction and program management support services.
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