Calibration Technician 2
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Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems has an opening for a Calibration Technician 2 to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals. This position will be located in Redondo Beach, California.
- The Calibration Technician is distinguished by demonstrated competence in independently developing and executing unique measurements, repairing and calibrating a wide variety of RF Passive equipment in different disciplines, and detecting and resolving difficult problems.
- Independently services, repairs and calibrates test and measuring equipment which fail to respond to normal diagnostic and corrective practice.
- Develops diagnostic techniques and adapts equipment to accomplish necessary repairs and measurements.
- Adapts measuring equipment, standards and techniques to accomplish unique measurements beyond their routine uses.
- Documents procedures, methods and systems for performing measurements.
- Assists equipment users in devising methods and procedures for obtaining measurements and may be required to operate the equipment/systems for unique or difficult measurements.
- Contacts equipment suppliers to obtain detail technical information on calibration and repair methods and parts information.
- Trains less skilled technicians in methods, concepts, and procedures.
- Participates in on-the-job training and related formal education.
- Operates computer software for instrument controllers/computers following established formats and programs.
The selected candidate should thrive in a fast-paced work environment with high expectations, significantly diverse assignments, collaborative/team settings across all levels.
Two (2) years of technical, vocational, PMEL or pre-engineering education is required.
- At least (2) years' experience in metrology functions.
- Experience must include work with standard electrical equipment: power supplies, digital volt meters, oscilloscopes, temp indicators, DC/low-frequency hardware, and data acquisition systems.
- Demonstrated experience in progressively more complicated calibration and maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of precision measuring equipment and calibration systems.
- Specialist must have thorough knowledge of measurement theory application and processes in more than one discipline.
PMEL certification is desired.
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