Amentum Electronic Warfare Engineering Technician in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
This position is contingent upon future contract award
Amentum is seeking Electronic Warfare Engineering Technician candidates for a future contract supporting our teams in Virginia, Hawaii, New Hampshire and California. The successful candidate will interface with the customer for equipment/systems installation, testing, survey, and fabrication tasks.
Provide support to engineering and design staff in a variety of engineering tasks in the installation, maintenance, repair, troubleshooting, calibration, testing, fabrication, construction and operation of diverse electronic/mechanical equipment and systems in accordance with engineering specifications.
Install, monitor, and service Periscope Imaging, BLQ 10, ESM and BPS Radar equipment and systems at Company and client sites.
Assist with test and evaluation, checkout, certification tasks. Perform validations/ verifications of various electronic systems.
Review change proposals for equipment impacts.
Assist in accomplishing Engineering Change Instructions.
Develop technical/engineering data for Planned Maintenance Systems, technical manuals, trouble-shooting procedures, drawing updates, operation procedures, and maintainability improvements.
Establish and maintain a filing system, databases, and logs as needed for tracking project status and inventory.
Provide technical data and evaluation for components installation, equipment maintenance and systems consistent with engineering plans, layout and contract requirements.
Provide weekly/monthly CWITT status report input for relevant task orders in a timely manner.
Complete assigned action items and provides input to data calls, tasking, funding, cost estimates, etc., for I&EW SME support in a timely manner.
Ensure a professional, proactive, and customer-oriented approach to I&EW SME support.
Plan, schedule, coordinate, execute, monitor, track and report requirements, resources, tasks, milestones, products, and services required for CWITT support in a programmatic, process-oriented, organized manner.
Formal electronics training from a Technical or U.S. Navy "C" school and at least 5 years years of job-related experience.
Must have an active Secret clearance, which requires US citizenship.
Practical experience in the maintenance, troubleshooting, and/or repair of C5I and/or NC3 systems/equipment.
Experience in the maintenance/repair and/or installation disciplines.
Experience in design, preparation, and modification of engineering documents, and drawings.
Excellent communications and analytical skills.
Must be able to travel up to 50% of time.
- Preferred candidates will possess knowledge across multiple submarine platforms and SWFTS systems
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