MIR Sr Field Engineer I
- Military veterans preferred
2019-12-25 Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)
Kuwait City Kuwait
The Major Item Repairman (MIR) provides dedicated support of the Kuwait Patriot Modernization Program (KMOD) by assisting, testing, check-out, repair and maintenance of all Patriot major end items (MEIs). Major Item Repairman personnel will provide advice, and demonstrate methods for diagnosis, testing, check-out, maintenance and repair of the Patriot MEIs to FMS Personnel. In addition, provides support for the Patriot system float Major End Items at the Central Maintenance Facility (CMF). Additional responsibilities include assisting in isolating hardware and software problems, assistance with fault isolation/diagnostic procedures, and on-the-job and informal training as required for FMS CMF Maintenance Technicians. The MIR will assist in isolating complex electronic problems between the hardware, software and Battery Replaceable Units (BRUs) using a variety of electronic repair and fault isolation procedures such as system diagnostics, unit self-checks, Built-In Test Equipment, and tools and test equipment.
The MIR will assist in isolating complex electronic problems between the hardware, software and Battery Replaceable Units (BRUs) using a variety of electronic repair and fault isolation procedures such as system diagnostics, unit self-checks, BITE, and tools and test equipment. Creating 2404 and entering non-conformance into Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (iMRO). Reports progress to Technical Lead, Engineering Lead, MIR Lead or MTSD. MIR can support Modification and Installation Engineers during new modifications and installation events. This position is located in Kuwait City, Kuwait, with an 7 month period of performance.
Demonstrated experience in the operation, sustainment and operations of the Patriot Missile System Radar equipment
Trained and Knowledgeable in the operation, sustainment and troubleshooting procedures, of the Patriot System
Knowledge with the operational/analytical software used on the Patriot System
Experienced in using Engagement Control Station (ECS) troubleshooting software aids Status Monitor, Switch 9, System Exerciser and Radar Action Cycler, in order to distinguish between digital and analog problems
Knowledge in the utilization of common industry external test equipment, such as multi-meters, oscilloscopes, power meters, frequency counters, spectrum and digital analyzers
Successful completion of a Patriot System Intermediate Maintenance Course for MOS 27X/94S/948D6D or an equivalent course of instruction on a similar electronic system conducted by the military or the system contractor
Demonstrated experience with Department of the Army Modification Work Order (DAMWO) installations, to include system integration and checkout
Must be able to work in extreme desert heat environments and lift 50 pounds
Must have an ACTIVE SECRET CLEARANCE
4 years Patriot maintenance experience working on Configuration III Patriot Equipment Demonstrated experience with Raytheon Quality Control procedures and the Patriot refurbishment, and modification
Experience using program management tools such as Earned Value Management System (EVMS), Integrated Master Plan (IMP) / Integrated Master Schedule (IMS), Risk and Opportunity Management or similar business processes
Demonstrated experience with Contractor Logistics Support and comprehensive planning skills
Exceptional judgment and decision-making skills
Strong interpersonal skills with special focus on achieving active participation of appropriate individuals across the business
Proficient with Microsoft Office and Project
Demonstrated experience with training of team members
Previous experience in International Patriot FMS Programs and living and working in an overseas location
BS in Electrical Engineering or related degree and 4 years of experience, or a minimum of 12 years’ experience in Patriot Maintenance.