Field Technician 4 (Triton UAS)

Performs developmental, experimental and production aircraft maintenance, repair, modification, and installation to support flight testing and fleet integration for the MQ-4C Triton. Areas of specialization include: avionics, electrical, airframe, engine, instrumentation systems, and integrated systems. Works from blueprints, engineering orders, schematics, repair manuals and other technical documents in the performance of maintenance, disassembly, rework, repair, replacement, re-assembly, or adjustment of various vehicle systems. Troubleshoots and accurately diagnoses malfunctions to properly identify and correct problems in minimum time. Installs upgrades and removes products ensuring coordinative engineering field changes. Work will be based in Patuxent River, MD with extensive travel to Ventura, CA.

Basic Qualifications:

AA or other 2 year technical degree in a related field and/or 6 years experience. Avionics, mechanical, and electrical experience required.

DoD secret clearance required to start.

In lieu of formal education, 8 years of related experience may be considered.

Preferred Qualifications:

Global Hawk experience, OOMA, U.S. Navy maintenance experience, flight test experience.

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