Northrop Grumman Electronics Technician in Elkridge, Maryland
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Northrop Grumman's Life Cycle Sustainment Operations group is seeking an Electronics Technician to support the repair and testing operations of ground and airborne radar Line Replaceable Units (LRU). This position is located in Elkridge, Maryland.
The position consists of:
Perform tests and measurements using manual or automatic test equipment and standard, peculiar or precision instrumentation. Determine test instrumentation required and hook up in proper test sequence to obtain desired data. Evaluate data obtained.
Troubleshoot and repair defects in equipment requiring a knowledge of circuitry interrelation in order to locate defective area. Perform computer controlled or software application driven testing and troubleshooting.
Make calculations involving the use of algebraic equations and trigonometric functions; select the applicable formula to solve routine problems. Receive guidance and assistance in handling data on complex problems.
Make indicated modifications on equipment using such information as original schematics and wiring diagrams (required changes marked on information), revision notices and field change bulletins.
Prepare written reports and submit to responsible personnel as directed on data obtained within the scope of this position.
Maintain electronic and electro-mechanical test documentation of components, units and assemblies to ensure proper tests and techniques are utilized.
Identify drawing deviations and initiate corrective action. Maintain configuration documentation and other records, making any necessary reports, charts, graphs and the like.
Perform software system test and integration procedures. Identify failures in software test and communicate the necessary information to Engineering for resolution. Maintain the operational software, including modifying existing and installing new or revised software releases per written procedures.
Make all connections and troubleshoot basic PC and small network installations. Use diagnostic tools and test equipment and knowledge of signals used by workstations and peripherals to troubleshoot hardware problems.
Plan the working procedure and determine assembly sequence of assembly hardware and components to printed circuit boards from manufacturing information. Develop new assembly and wiring techniques as necessary.
Perform final assembly operations on subassemblies, electro-mechanical assemblies and systems by noting break-in points and incorporating changes and rewiring, adding or removing wires/parts. Perform necessary fitting and aligning.
Plan and develop the layout of cables and construct form boards. Sketch the layout of cable routing, working from the unit and wiring diagrams
High school graduate or recognized equivalent (GED)
Graduate of a two year full time technical school in electronic technology or six months of military electronic school/training plus two years of military experience in the repair and maintenance of electronic systems
Experience using MS Office tools
A minimum of 2 years' experience as an electronics technician
Must have the ability and experience troubleshooting down to the component level
Must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD clearance, US citizenship required.
Experience testing RF circuitry and troubleshooting to the component level by following schematics is preferred.
Able to troubleshoot and operate test equipment
Have understanding and working knowledge of computers, network protocols and test program applications.
Demonstrated competence in all applicable manufacturing standards
Demonstrated ability to wire and assemble complex circuits.
Demonstrated ability to solder
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Job Category : Technical Support