ISEA Engineering/Electronics Technician IV/V
ISEA staff are responsible for troubleshooting, testing, installing and maintaining hardware components specific to the AN/BQQ-10 SONAR System across all variations and its peripheral subsystems. Some of the technician’s daily tasking includes configuring testing for both bench top, simulated shipboard and shipboard configurations, conducting electrical component and subsystem bench testing to verify functionality of equipment, developing specialized testing equipment to simulate/stimulate equipment for in-lab testing/fault isolation, maintaining inventory of repair parts, providing System Matter Expertise where applicable, and possibly providing in-person or distance technical support to fleet submarines.
The right candidate is technically oriented and proficient in relation to electronic component assembly and test, interpreting wiring diagrams and schematics, and finding and correcting issues with hardware components. Candidate will work closely with our team in order to ensure hardware troubleshooting efforts are completed successfully and safely. Given the inherently complex nature of the equipment, the technician will often need to employ intuitive and innovative troubleshooting methods to correct issues.
The ISEA team is an integral part to both NUWC Code 15’s and MIKEL, Inc.’s collective missions, and as such holds an important place among various Naval entities.
If you are a technically oriented individual and find purpose in “tinkering” with various electronics, apply for the ISEA Engineering/Electronics Technician today!
- Works SAFELY in and around electrical equipment.
- Assembles or installs equipment or parts requiring wiring, soldering, or connecting.
- Performs tasks or tests; configures, operates and adjusts various test equipment; records and reports test data.
- Gathers and maintains specified records of engineering data such as tests, drawings, specifications, and requirements.
- Conducts circuit troubleshooting on various electronic devices (such as; logic circuits, power supplies, synchro/servo, amplifiers…..) using furnished schematics and drawings.
- Troubleshoots, modifies, and adjusts experimental circuitry prototypes, solving practical and technical problems.
- May oversee work of technicians in construction and testing of assemblies and assist them when needed.
- Follows specific instructions; assembles, constructs or repair of equipment or parts; may service or repair instruments or equipment.
- Conducts a variety of tests using established methods. Prepares test specimens, adjusts and operates equipment, and records test data, identifies and records deviations/errors.
- Conducts fault isolation on computer server hardware and determines feasibility of repair.
- Provides status updates on projects and duties performed during the week/month.
- Provides fleet support (in-person or distance) for technical issues or material support.
Specific Job Requirements:
- Ability to work on site at Naval Station Newport Rhode Island.
- Working knowledge of Navy Supply System
- Ability to effectively read and comprehend schematics and technical manuals
- Ability to de-solder and solder components on through hole circuit cards
- Possess or be eligible for Secret Security Clearance
Preferred Experience & Skills:
- Secret Clearance highly desired.
- 5+ years electronics repair/troubleshooting
- Knowledge of Submarine SONAR Systems
- Knowledge of Logic Circuits
- Knowledge of synchro and servo technology
- Knowledge of power supplies
- Knowledge of Delta Power vs WYE power
- Proficiency with MS office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point)
- Ability to lift 50 pounds
- Some travel may be requested (less than 10%)