Quality Electronics Technician I - Tactical Vehicles

This position is controlled by the Service Contract Act (SCA) and is classified as non-exempt by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Position will support integration of C4ISR equipment into military ground tactical vehicles including M-ATV, MaxxPro Family of Vehicles (FoV) and RG-31 platforms.

Position will involve the following tasking:

1. Works from specific drawings, sketches, schematics and explicit verbal instructions to compile parts lists, generate engineering schematics and construct electrical engineering breadboards and prototype models.

2. Utilizes equipment which does not require interpretation including, but not limited to, computer aided tools, volt meter, multimeter, circuit tester and logic analyzer to QC inspect, troubleshoot, debug and perform routine measurements on electronic assemblies, subsystems and/or systems.

3. Operates standard and GFE test equipment and follows prescribed inspection procedures to perform circuit continuity and current and voltage checks. Inspections for proper equipment operations and repairs or replaces defective parts and components, as required.

4. Extracts technical data from various prescribed sources and prepares such data as required.

5. Sets up and operates standard tests on experimental equipment. Records test data following well defined methods and presents such data in prescribed form.

6. Exerts frequent physical energy. Climbs ladders. Lifts and carries heavy objects. Occasionally exposed to disagreeable conditions. May work extended hours or weekends, as required. May travel overnight or on weekends and may work second or third shift, if required.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This position is located in scenic and historic Charleston, SC. There is no monetary relocation assistance budgeted for this position. Willingness to relocate one’s self is required and is required to be clearly stated in resume to be considered.

Required Skills and Education Required education:

Must have at least a High School diploma or equivalent. Formal electronics training from a Technical School, or Class A or B military school in electronics or communications, or four (4) year electronics apprentice program. Formal electronics training must be in: Installation Tasks, Soldering, Cable Dressing, Cable Tray, Conduit, and Making/Repairing Connectors.

Required Skills:

  • At least two (2) years of experience in electronics repair, maintenance and checkout.
  • Ability to acquire and maintain U.S. government security clearance and/or Common Access Card (CAC). Preferred Skills and Education – Prior experience in military vehicle integration for M-ATV, MaxxPro, RG-31, MRAP, HMMWV, or similar.
  • Experience with inspecting, testing and troubleshooting C4ISR equipment and systems.
  • Knowledge of 92, 103 and 104 radios.
  • Integration prototyping experience with military combat vehicles.
  • Cable, wire, and connector assembly and repair experience.
  • Familiarity with multi-meters, Bird Watt meter, BFT systems, DAGR, etc… About BAE Systems Intelligence & Security BAE Systems Intelligence & Security, based in McLean, Virginia, designs and delivers advanced defense, intelligence, and security solutions that support the important missions of our customers. Our pride and dedication shows in everything we do—from intelligence analysis, cyber operations and IT expertise to systems development, systems integration, and operations and maintenance services. Knowing that our work enables the U.S. military and government to recognize, manage and defeat threats inspires us to push ourselves and our technologies to new levels. That’s BAE Systems. That’s Inspired Work.

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