Flight Test Tech 4
The Flight Test Tech 4 position is instrumental in the launch, recovery, pre-flight and post-flight and modification of the Hunter UAS.
This position will be located in Douglas, AZ.
The selected candidate's duties and responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
- Performs developmental, experimental and production UAS maintenance, repair, modification, installation, and testing tasks in a field of specialization, such as electrical / electronic, mechanical or instrumentation.
- Instructs, coordinates and performs the duties / functions of Flight Test personnel in area(s) of assignment.
- Determines the sequence for installing, removing, maintaining, repairing or fabricating critical UAS components, or electrical / electronic, mechanical or instrumentation systems.
- Performs testing, rework and repair in various fields of specialization.
- Applies shop theory and skills in accomplishing assigned tasks working from incomplete engineering, electronic data, blueprints, sketches, engineering drawings, technical orders and written and verbal instructions.
- Works from blueprints, engineering orders, schematics, repair manuals and other technical documents on aircraft electrical / electronic, mechanical, plumbing, and hydraulics, power plant, structures or instrumentation systems.
- Performs drilling, reaming, fitting, assembly, trimming, riveting, splicing, insulating and other associated duties as assigned.
- Performs electrical, mechanical or instrumentation maintenance, repair and testing in support of specific flight test projects.
- Constructs, troubleshoots, calibrates, adjusts, tests, and maintains various types of complex UAS equipment, components, devices or systems.
- Performs modifications and adjustments as necessary.
- Notifies lead personnel or supervisor of any / all malfunctions, defects and damages of equipment, material and product.
- Checks work for completeness and accuracy.
- Performs Production Accountability duties associated with the processing, verification, quality auditing and inspection of assemblies, parts and tooling for which the individual has been delegated production accountability.
- May be required to work in other fields incidental to, and in connection with completion of assignment.
- May be required to perform other related duties as assigned.
- Minimum of an AA or other 2-year technical degree in a hands-on technical discipline plus 6 years of technical experience, OR HS/GED plus 8 years of directly related experience
- This position requires a minimum of an interim Secret security clearance
- Ability and willingness to work 1st, 2nd, and/or 3rd shifts as required
- Experience working in an engineering design / test environment including flight hardware.
- Current active secret or top secret clearance
- Fight Test Operations / experience
- Ability to read blueprints, engineering orders, schematics, repair manuals and other technical documents on aircraft electrical / electronic, mechanical, plumbing, and hydraulics, power plant, structures or instrumentation systems
- Experience Determining the sequence for installing, removing, maintaining, repairing or fabricating critical aircraft components, or electrical / electronic, mechanical or instrumentation systems.
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