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MADICORP, a leader in providing Contracted Workers around the country is seeking experienced Flight Simulator Electronic Technicians
MADICORPís Staffing Experts are excited to speak with you about contracted assignments that will pay you well, take you anywhere in the United States and allow you to gain even more even experience.
∑ $60.00 per hour
∑ Guarantee of 60 hours each week
∑ Time and one half after 40 hrs. worked in a seven-day work period
∑ Weekly Direct Deposit
∑ Paid lodging
∑ Paid transportation
∑ Generous weekly Per Diem
The Flight Simulator Electronic Technician applies Knowledge to perform maintenance, installation and repair of aircrew simulators and trainers. Will be responsible for preforming basic operation complete pre- and post-flight inspections and perform preventive and corrective maintenance on highly complex Flight Simulators. Technician will evaluate and troubleshoot user problems and system malfunctions on complex networked computer systems, visual & display systems, laser & weapon simulations, video & audio systems, high voltage systems and interface & peripheral systems. The ability to troubleshoot and repair to component level is required.
Will be responsible for accurately entering and maintaining documentation of equipment including Digital Multi-Meters, Network Analyzers, Oscilloscopes, and Light Meters, Logic Analyzers, Sine Wave Generators, Frequency Synthesizers, Distortion Analyzers, and complex computer-controlled equipment. Operate On-Board and Off-Board Instructor Operator Stations, Battlemaster Controller and Semi Automated Forces stations and Debrief and after-Action Rooms in support of maintenance, troubleshoot and aviator training.
Must be physically able to climb stairs, ladders, work in confined and/or dark spaces, work with hand tools, and lift and move up to 40 lbs. unassisted. Must be able to work all shifts.
Essential Job Functions:
Perform evaluation, troubleshoot, calibration, adjustment, testing, maintenance, or installation of electronics, electro-mechanical, mechanical, computer, and visual display components.
Apply advanced technical knowledge to solve unusually complex problems that typically cannot be solved by referencing manufacturers manuals or similar documents.
Read, understand and work from schematics, engineering drawings, written and/or verbal instructions.
Troubleshoot and repair analog and digital electronics to the system, subsystem and components level.
Select, set up and operate test equipment, Observe, analyze, record and report test data and when appropriate makes necessary repairs.
Prepare hardware maintenance schedules and preforms maintenance.
Maintain appropriate calibration and inspection records.
Validate technical manuals and data through interpretation and use of drawings, manuals and vendor documentations.
Prepare engineering change notes (ECNís) when necessary.
Preform repetitive or standard production assembly operations on electronics or mechanical assemblies and sub assemblies such as CCAís, terminal boards, panels, consoles, drawers, frames and cable.
Preform standard Morning Readiness task on all training devices.
Preform routine preventive maintenance task and inspections on all training devices.
Assure training devices and maintained according to published procedures and standards.
Assist in maintaining training devices reliability.
Maintain training devices sub-systems
Generate work orders and address discrepancies observed during working hours.
Clean training devices, computer rooms and surrounding areas as required.
Review work of Tech II and Tech I for general compliance with accepted practices.
May ba assigned as a lead Technician on a shift.
Responsible for those duties as specified in the Maintenance, Quality Safety and other Link Training & Simulation Plans.
Preform other related collateral and ancillary duties as required.
Have completed at least one of the following; a BA/BS degree in an electronics technology: or received military electronics technical training: or obtained equivalent training/experience.
Must meet all skill requirements for an Electronic Technician and have broad simulator system level knowledge combined with specialized training in visual, computer or display disciplines. Have major system level maintenance experience and complex fault isolation abilities.
Must have a minimum of seven (7) years of demonstrated competence through satisfactory progressive performance in electronic maintenance.
Have five (5) years maintenance experience of all major areas, systems and sub-systems of those trainers and systems being supported.
Requires demonstrated experience to include; large scale, complex D/A integration: simulation; large scale, complex digital interfaces; software maintenance: and comprehensive troubleshooting and repair of training devices.
Demonstrated knowledge and performance with Windows 10, Windows 2000 Pro./NT/XP/Vista/7, C/C++, C#. UNIX(LINUX), visual systems, SW/PCIG, HLA/DIS or Enterprise Network (SW.HW>Ethernet/Firmware cabling ARINC 429 and 1553 data bus) or equivalent.
Experience with Army aviation training systems is a plus
Must have DoD Secret Security Clearance
Must have a thorough understanding of Military standards and Specifications