Pay Range:
$28.92 to $35.54 / Per Hour
Job Grade:
WG-2610-12/13
Schedule:
Full-Time
Duration:
Permanent
Apply by: 2017-08-16 Published: 1 week ago

This National Guard position is for a ELECTRONIC INTEGRATED SYSTEMS MECHANIC, Position Description Number D2324 and is part of the AL 187TH Fighter Wing, National Guard.

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ALABAMA AIR NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED: This is an excepted service position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the Alabama Air National Guard.

Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform.

Acceptance of an excepted service position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment.

Applicants who are not currently a member of the Alabama Air National Guard must be eligible for immediate membership and employment in the Alabama Air National Guard in the military grade listed in this announcement.

This position is located in either the Avionics Intermediate Shop (AIS), Improved Avionics Intermediate Shop (IAIS) or ECM Pod Shop, Component Repair Branch, of an Aircraft Maintenance Squadron.

This is an Air National Guard (ANG) Dual Status Technician position requiring military membership, compatible military skill assignment, and classification.

Its purpose is to inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair and modify software controlled automated and manually controlled test stations, ECM Pods, peripherals, support equipment and associated subsystems.

The stations are used to repair and maintain all avionics line-replaceable units (LRUs) and Pods.

EXCEPTED POSITION: Alabama Air National Guard membership required.

POSITION STATUS: NON-MERIT LOCATION: 187TH FW, MONTGOMERY, AL SELECTING OFFICIAL: MSgt M. BECHARD

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Each applicant must fully substantiate (in his/her own words) that he/she meets the requirements of the Specialized Experience listed below: Otherwise, the applicant will be considered unqualified for this position.

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GENERAL EXPERIENCE: An applicant must have a validated understanding of the basic principles and concepts of the occupational series and grade.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: WG-2610-12: Journeyman/Five Skill Level WG-2610-13: Journeyman/Five Skill Level WG-2610-12 (BACKSHOP) This position is a journeyman skill level designed as a developmental opportunity to qualify for merit promotion to the dual status technician PD# D2324000, Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic, WG-2610-13 (Back Shop) craftsman expertise.

Must have at least a three-skill level in one of the compatible AFSCs, with 12 months of work experiences, that involved duties such as, inspecting, testing, troubleshooting, repairing and modifying software controlled automated and manually controlled test stations, electronic circuit maintenance pods, peripherals, support equipment and associated subsystems.

Knowledgeable of stations that are used to repair and maintain all avionics line-replaceable units and pods.

Skilled in analyzing performance, running tests, conducting inspections, troubleshooting, identifying and isolating malfunctions, disassembling, modifying or repairing and reassembling the test stations or electronic circuit maintenance pods and their associated peripherals.

Skilled in reading the complex inter-related variables that resulted from a mix of computer hardware and software, stimulus and measurement systems, and special purpose test subsystems.

Experiences involved analyzing malfunctions using schematics, logic and wiring diagrams, programming tables, computer program flow charts, software user guides, computer program listings and factory drawings.

Skilled in diagnosing circuit operating characteristics using computer query, system peculiar test equipment, and computer diagnostics.

Experienced in isolating problems to the failing part using equipment such as, self-test diagnostics, oscilloscopes, frequency meters, signal generators, digital, and differential voltmeters, computer registers and printouts and other special and standard tools and test equipment.

Competent in removing and replacing components, assemblies, sub-assemblies, or parts using special and common hand tools, soldering devices and special electronic instruments.

Experiences involved modifying and updating avionics pods; or, support equipment and support software according to applicable technical publications.

Competent to analyze program data and determined if the criteria are sufficient to provide adequate testing and troubleshooting.

Skilled in examining recurring malfunctions and software deficiencies and determined testing voids and initiated corrective action by submitting quality deficiency reports, software deficiency reports, or proposed modifications.

Experiences included connecting associated testing equipment to interface the test station system to the aircraft system and pod; facilitated maintenance and repair of pod or line replaceable units from the avionics systems such as radar, fire control, instrument, flight control, inertial navigation, malfunction analysis and recording equipment systems.

Competent in determining if failures are caused by the unit under test.

Skilled to identify a malfunction and isolated it to the specific component(s).

Skilled in the task of disassembling and repairing or replacing solid state devices, micro miniature modules, gyros, sensors, transducers, and any other required parts; followed by the reassembly and performed operational tests.

Experiences may have included the identification of test program malfunctions and informing engineers and/or Air Force Logistics Command of the problems.

Experienced in the development and/or modification of software, interfaces, extender equipment, or additional items of test equipment or completed work in validating technical data concerning the repair, maintenance, and test of the test station and units under test.

WG-2610-13 (BACK SHOP) The applicant must have at least 12 months of specialized experiences working as an Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic, WG-2610-12, and must possess the craftsman level of knowledge and skills to inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair and modify software controlled automated and manually controlled test stations, electronic circuit maintenance pods, peripherals, support equipment and associated subsystems.

Experiences involved working at stations to repair and maintain all avionics line-replaceable units and pods.

Skilled in analyzing performance results, running tests, inspecting, troubleshooting, identifying and isolating malfunctions.

Experienced in how to disassemble, modify or repair and reassemble test stations or electronic circuit maintenance pods and their associated peripherals.

Skills include the ability to consider the complex inter-related variables arising from a mix of computer hardware and software, stimulus and measurement systems, and special purpose test subsystems.

Experienced in analyzing malfunctions using schematics, logic and wiring diagrams, programming tables, computer program flow charts, software user guides, computer program listings and factory drawings.

Skilled in the diagnoses of circuit operating characteristics using computer query, system peculiar test equipment, and computer diagnostics.

Experiences involved isolating problems to the failing part using self-test diagnostics, oscilloscopes, frequency meters, signal generators, digital, and differential voltmeters, computer registers and printouts and other special and standard tools and test equipment.

Skilled in removing and replacing components, assemblies, subassemblies, or parts using special and common hand tools, soldering devices and special electronic instruments.

Experiences involved modifying and updating avionics pods, support equipment, and support software according to applicable technical publications.

Skilled in analyzing program data to determine if the criteria is sufficient to provide adequate testing and troubleshooting.

Experienced in the examination of recurring malfunctions and software deficiencies to determine testing voids and initiated corrective action by submission of quality deficiency reports, software deficiency reports or proposed modifications.

Skilled in devising repair procedures based on findings and recommending program changes, procedural changes, or data corrections to correct software deficiencies.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: -A working knowledge of programming principles sufficient to analyze aircraft avionics equipment or Pods as well as computerized test stations software and software problems and to work with engineering personnel to correct them.

-A comprehensive knowledge of electronics, software controlled test stations and their peripherals, test results, a variety of test equipment, self-test programs and technical data containing schematic diagrams, signal and data diagrams, test procedures, program information, and mathematical formulas to identify and isolate malfunctions and determine if a malfunction is in the program, the UUT, Pod or the test station.

-A thorough knowledge of the interaction of the electronic systems that are interfaced with the test stations (e.g., radar, fire control, instrument, flight control, inertial navigation, malfunction analysis and recording equipment systems).

-A working knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic principles as well as system pressurization, dehydration, liquid and gaseous cooling systems and other systems assigned to the test station.

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