On Call Electronic Test Technician
Northrop Grumman's Airborne and Terrestrial SIGINT team is seeking a talented Technician in McClellan (Sacramento), CA to support the war fighter by providing leading edge payloads. A&TS supplies a range of product that ensures mission success in the war on terror. You will be performing testing at the circuit card, box and chassis level.
The successful candidate will perform a variety of duties to test and troubleshoot digital and analog electronic products such as circuit card assemblies, boxes and subsystem chassis. The position requires the individual to work from engineering drawings, schematics, test procedures and in some cases verbal direction. Familiarity with oscilloscopes, volt ohm meters, digital volt meters, power supplies and multi-meters is needed. Experience in testing operational amplifiers is also required.
AA degree and a minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience.
Familiar with the use of oscilloscopes, and various meters such as VOM's, DVM's, power supplies and multi-meters.
Familiar with the basic functionality of operational amplifiers.
Able to work in a collaborative, team oriented environment.
Familiarity with spectrum analyzers, network analyzers and signal generators.
Ability to configure a test set from a test procedure.
Experience with RF testing.
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