Field Technician 3- Aircraft Records Coordinator 3 - AZ
Northrop Grumman Technology Services is looking for an experienced (AZ) aircraft logs and records coordinator for the Japanese Self Defense Force (JASDF) E-2D Program. This position can be based in Melbourne, FL or Norfolk, VA, and will require periodic business travel to St. Augustine, FL over a period of approximately 16 months. Additionally, this position will also require a deployment to Misawa, Japan for approximately 18 months. Therefore, the candidate must have or be able to obtain a valid passport. This will be an accompanied assignment to Japan. The candidate will provide logs and records support to a NG maintenance team in Florida and Japan while performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.
- AA degree and 3 years of related experience. In lieu of the degree, 2 additional years of relevant experience can be considered.
- Knowledge of Navy aircraft records, Navy PMIC and special inspection requirements, NALCOMIS/OOMA, COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2 series and other DOD Instructions is required to successively fill this position.
- Candidate should have strong computer skills in Microsoft Office, must possess strong verbal and written communication skills and have the ability to develop supporting documents and policies in support of ISO 9000-2001.
- Secret Security Clearance Required.
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