Engineering Technician in US-CA-Moffett Field

Performs all tasks required in the operation and maintenance of the Ballistic Range Facility. This includes both mechanical and electronic related technical effort on facility and research hardware.

Specific tasks include:
(1)Set-up and operate ballistic ranges;
(2)Assembly and alignment of model launching gun tubes and equipment;
(3)Cleaning and scrubbing of test chambers;
(4)Trimming of sabot material to proper tolerance using lathe and other shop equipment;
(5)Repair and troubleshooting problems on shadowgraph imaging stations;
(6)Alignment and checkout of photobeam equipment;
(7)Operate forklift, jib cranes, hoists, hydraulic torque wrenches, lathe, drill press, mill, band saw and other mechanical tools/equipment;
(8)Maintenance of mechanical equipment (hydraulic pumps, vacuum pumps, valves and blowers);
(9)Maintenance of electronic sensors and instrumentation;
(10)Safe and proper handling, storage and transportation of explosive devices.

A. May possess an A.A./A.S. in Engineering, or other related vocational program with 5 or more years of related experience. Additional years related experience may count as educational equivalency.
B. Working knowledge of the operation and maintenance of hazardous research aerospace test facilities.
C. Understanding of electronic test system involving data acquisition, sensors, and signal conditioning.
D. Ability to follow verbal and written instructions from engineering or supervision.
E. Ability to use own judgment and decisions to allow continuity of workflow.
F. Must be self-motivated and a “Team Player” with good interpersonal and communication skills.
G. Must be able to organize time and assignments to properly prioritize efforts for maximum effectiveness.
H. Must be familiar with and can use personal computers (PC).

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