Job Summary: This position is responsible for analysis and documentation of Electrical Systems.
Duties include but are not limited to: • Analyzing source schematics to identify components and functions. • Redrawing single function circuits showing functional flow from left to right. • Writing theory of operation for single function circuits and their components. • Locating and identifying components on photographs of vehicles and/or equipment. Knowledge, Skills & Ability: • Accredited bachelor’s degree. • 10 plus years of Electrical Maintenance Engineering. • Experience with troubleshooting and repair of electrical circuits in heavy trucks, tracked vehicles or aircraft. • Ability to read schematics and understand the symbology of components. • Ability to identify and trace the interconnections of components related to a single operation or function within a schematic set covering all functions of the electrical system. • Ability to write theory of operation for components in the context of the circuit of which they are a part. • Ability to research operator and maintenance manuals, and other information sources to determine the function of complex circuits with obscure controls. • Experience with DoD in a Military, civilian, or contract position supporting DoD programs. • Working knowledge of military industry and standards for product delivery. • Strong computer skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. • Strong oral and written communications skills and the ability to communicate contractual information effectively with team members and others in the work group, employees in other departments, customers, and suppliers. • Excellent interpersonal skills; must be able to work independently and interact effectively with all levels of the organization. • Dependable attendance. • U.S. Citizen or U.S. Person.
Accredited bachelor’s degree.
10 plus years of Electrical Maintenance Engineering.