PULAU Corporation (www.pulau.com)
Full Time Employee
The Position of Electronics Technician II on an AGES/TESS Aviation Contact Team involves working in a high visibility, Army Aviation environment providing AGES/TESS support to aviation units scheduled for AGES/TESS tactical Training exercises, at Home Station and/or the various Combat Training Centers (CTC's). This support is rendered in both garrison and field type working environments and conditions, as the unit's training schedule dictates. Position requires extensive travel both in the Continental United States (CONUS) as well as to installations in Germany and Korea (OCONUS).
Provides the technical expertise in all Army Aviation maintenance, safety practices and procedures as required for the integration of the rotary-wing aircraft and the AGES / TESS system. The ACT mirrors Army Aviation policies and procedures concerning maintenance and operations when providing AGES / TESS support.
Performs maintenance activities on the OH-58D, AH-64A and AH-64D aircraft designated for AGESII or TESS operations.
Identify, turn-in and exchange of faulty Line Replaceable Units (LRU’s) to designated maintenance facility for repair.
Prepares equipment for shipment to and from AGESII or TESS activity sights.
Performs inventory of AGES / TESS kits and components during turn-in and issue.
Provide assistance as necessary to unit personnel in installation, MOCs, and de-installations of “passive” AGES II and SMODIM/DCI instrumentation equipment. Supported airframes would include UH-60A/L/Q, CH-47D, UH-1H/V, OH-58A/C.
Perform AGES system diagnostics and troubleshooting to determine faulty equipment. Repairs will in accordance with established maintenance and safety practices and procedures that are within their scope and level of maintenance authorization.
Accountable for all assigned tools, test and support equipment.
Knowledgeable and proficient in all aspects of the applicable aircraft’s systems and cockpit procedures, concerning switchology, weapons systems, operations, targeting and designating systems, and associated mission equipment. This will be performed in accordance with the associated technical, maintenance, operator’s manuals and checklists.
Upon employment, will be required to successfully complete the AGES / TESS Aviation Contact Team training program before being considered qualified and certified to perform AGES II support duties. This training includes classroom instruction and exams, technical manual familiarization exams, and extensive hands on practical training in garrison and field environments.
Must have or be able to obtain a valid driver’s license, maintain post and company driving privileges.
Valid US Passport for international travel.
Must be a US citizen and able to obtain/retain a Secret Security Clearance.
Must be able to life a maximum of 50 pounds and wear appropriate personal protective equipment.
Have the ability to perform duties in extreme weather conditions and must be willing to work any shift, weekends, holidays, and overtime.
Prefer minimum, three years army aviation experience as a maintenance or armament technician, with flight line, Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) and field experience.
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