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Communications, Navigational Aids Systems Sn. Engineer (#18)

8/28/16
Aviation Recruiting (www.aviationrecruiting.net)
Engineering

/yr

  Full Time   Employee   Contractor


Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia

Communications, Navigational Aids Systems Sn. Engineer (#18)

Qualification
Shall have a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics/Electrical Engineering preferrably with a concentration in Communications. Must have experience in Navigational Aids Communications and Radar equipment.

Experience
Shall be a highly-trained professional with proven expertise in the areas of Navigational Aids Equipment. Must have at least fifteen (15) years experience with communications systems such as UHF, VHF and HF, and at least five (5) years experience with Enhanced Voice Terminal Switch. The position provides immediate support with sound practices based on the most progressive requirements and techniques applicable to Navigational Aids systems.
a. At least five (5) years practical Navigational Aids Communications and E.T.V.S. systems experience.
b. Must have excellent communication skills and demonstrated ability to work independently, completing multiple and often competing tasks.
c. Must be competent in MS Windows for Workgroups.
d. Must have experience with UHF/VHF/HF Radios and Airport Surveillance Radar (SAR).
e. Experience with Harris HF equipment, Park Air UHF/VHF radios, Tellabs Crash Telephone systems and Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch systems is preferred.

Duties
a. Provide operation and maintenance of all communications and ASR systems.
b. Evaluate equipment programmatic difficulties and provide acceptable solutions to overcome them. Identify errors in the systems and propose corrective actions, including systems integration and documentation.
c. Provide preventive maintenance and documentation of maintenance performed.
d. Carry out troubleshooting and corrective action on assigned equipment.
e. Supports the RSAF Officcer-in-Charge by:
(1) Coordinating Navigational Aids engineering and management activities.
(2) Keeping him informed of the real-time maintenance status of all assigned equipment to brief his officer-in-charge, whenever required.
(3) Training RSAF personnel, as required.
(4) Suggesting improvements to the systems and to maintenance procedures.
(5) Performing maintenance functions, as required.
(6) Providing support and advising on manning requirements for the system.
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