Job Description

Job Duties:

* Provide on-board technical assistance to perform checkout, fault isolation, and repair of submarine combat control systems and vertical/horizontal tubes and associated launcher equipment, systems and hardware. :
* Provide on-the-job training (OJT) to ship’s company during maintenance and assessment events.
* Respond to fleet requests for troubleshooting guidance or assistance.
* Document technical assistance efforts by creating, reviewing and distributing written reports.
* Participate as a subject matter expert in assessment and inspection events such as Total Ship Readiness Assessments (TSRA), Weapon System Readiness Assessments (WSRA), Inspection and Surveys (INSURV), Combat Systems Assessment Planning (CSAP), System of System Interoperability and Mission Area Assessments (SOSIMAA).
* Participate in submarine alterations and modernizations as a member of an Alteration Installation Team (AIT) to include the review and comment of alteration documentation, testing of installed equipment, installation of new equipment and certification testing following installation.

Physical Demands:

1.This task is generally performed in a shop, industrial or maritime environment with exposure to loud noises, rotating equipment, welding arc flashes, airborne dust and debris, chemical fumes and overhead obstacles. This environment requires the employee to wear personal protective equipment (goggles, ear plugs, steel toed shoes, hard hat, etc.) for extended periods of time and often times, throughout the shift. The employee is required to attend periodic safety training specific to the work environment and comply with all local, state and federal government regulations as well as company policy.
2.While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand for extended periods, walk significant distances, traverse scaffolding and vertical ladders.
The duties of this job require manual dexterity to hold and manipulate hand tools and very small components, lift heavy objects (up to 50lbs) from floor level to overhead as well as bend, stoop, crawl and climb in/through confined/tight spaces.

* Five (5) years of experience working with Submarine Combat Control Systems for Los Angeles (688/688I) Class and Virginia (774) Class Submarines. Must be able to accomplish troubleshooting, testing and corrective action/repairs of the following systems: AN/BYG-1, AN/BSY-1, CCS MK1, CCS MK2 Block 1C, Applicable Tactical Weapon Simulators (MK 75,MK 101, MK 107, MK 115, MK 22), GCCS-M Global Command And Control System-Maritime and associated IT-21 equipment (TAC-III, J5600 computers),USN Guidance Test Set MK 693 MOD 2 operator, AN/BYQ-6(V) Tactical Support System, Interior Communication Circuits, CSA MK 2 (Acoustic Countermeasures Set), Environmental Electronics Circuits, Target Bearing Transmitters, Periscopes and RTI systems. Sonar common equipment, (UYK-43), TTWCS/ATWCS, MTWS, Weapon Launch Console, Frequency Converters, CSDC. WLC Arm/Enable Links, WLC Circuit 2PG Circuit Cards. The candidate should also should be proficient in Cable Fabrication, Assembly, Repair and Micro-Miniature Soldering Techniques.
* Must have experience supporting Submarine Total Ship Readiness Assessments (TSRA).
* Three (3) years full time engineering experience in the operation, maintenance, installation, test and/or repair of submarine mechanical, electrical and/or electronic systems and equipment. This must include experience in evaluating the material condition of ship systems and implementing corrective action.

Other Requirements:
Must be U.S. Citizen
Must be at least 18 years of age
Must hold an active Secret Clearance
Must pass drug and background screenings


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