SCA Engineering Technician IV
BAE Systems Inc. is looking for a well-qualified professional to join our team for an exciting opportunity supporting shore-based Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems, to include the civil Instrument Landing System and shore-based Instrument Carrier Landing System. The selected candidate will be part of a dynamic team providing technical and engineering support services to the Customer's Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems worldwide. Qualified candidates will:
- Perform and assist with equipment installations, system and component testing, system commissioning and certification, site surveys, and other technical tasks
- Participate in the development of engineering drawings, technical manuals, facilities planning documents, preventative maintenance series, and other technical documentation
- Develop and recommend procedures and methods, and prepare technical reports and documentation
- Troubleshoot and repair complex system and subsystem issues
- Perform technical assistance for air traffic control systems both on-site and remotely
This position may require travel up to 25% worldwide in support of the Customer's Air Traffic Control Systems. BAE Systems wants people who are self-starters and who have experience with working in small teams.
This position is located in scenic and historic Southern Maryland in the St. Mary's County Technology Corridor adjacent to the Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Applicants must be currently residing in or state willingness to relocate self to St. Mary's County, Maryland or surrounding areas.
Please be sure to address all requirements of posted requisition in resume. Only resumes that include all requirements will be considered.
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