The Test Console Technician performs maintenance troubleshooting, fault isolation and repair of the HAWK Missile System sub-assemblies. Tests and performs service checks to the automatic (DTE/ FME) test stations and verifies serviceability by comparing the test results to prescribed standards. Performs adjustments and alignments for optimum performance. Assists in major item checkout and functional verification of the HAWK assemblies and subassemblies. Participate in on-the job training (OJT) programs. Identifies faulty work practices and demonstrates proper maintenance troubleshooting and repair procedures and techniques. Test and identifies failed circuit cards and assemblies. Will troubleshoot assemblies and individual components. Operates, maintains, and calibrates test consoles such as the A45, A22, HFC and others. Assists the section officer in enforcing safety policies, procedures and standards. Fills out maintenance and supply forms. Maintains production logs and prepares HAWK Failure Reports and performs other related duties as directed by the section officer. Must have an existing SECRET clearance. This position is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Demonstrated minimum of six (4) years of hands on maintenance experience in troubleshooting, fault isolation and repair of air defense assemblies and subassemblies to the component level for the:
1. HAWK Field Maintenance test equipment (FME)
2. Dimensional Test Equipment (DTE)
3. Computer controlled test equipment, involving operation and in-circuit troubleshooting to a failed component level.
Demonstrated experience in maintenance and repair of automatic test stations.
Knowledge and experience using engineering documentation, schematics, general purpose commercial test equipment and common tools.
Experience in the sustainment and repair of automated test stations.
Must possess a general knowledge of maintenance shop operations and procedures.
Demonstrated knowledge in handling static sensitive devices. Experience in the fault isolation and repair of RF cables.
Must be able to lift 50 lbs and work in extreme heat environment.
Demonstrated six (6) plus years of hands on experience with the HAWK Air Defense System.
HAWK training in fault isolating to the component level, system assemblies and subassemblies.
Solder and wire-wrap certification, and knowledge in the use of conformal coat.
Experience in the fault isolation of all types of RF cables.
Required Education (including Major):
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Applied Science with 6 years of experience. May substitute experience for education. (i.e., Associate’s Degree in Engineering or Applied Science or Technical School and 10 years of job related experience or a High School Degree/GED with 14 years of job related experience