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ELECTRONICS MECHANIC – Fort Riley, Kansas
Army National Guard Units, Department of the Army
Job ID: 29004Start Date: 01/04/2019End Date: 01/22/2019
MILITARY REQUIREMENTS: Military Grades: E-1 through E-9 Compatible Military Assignments: ECMF: 25, 94
EMOS: 13D, 13M, 13P, 13R, 14E, 14T, 14Z, 15E, 17E, 35T, 91A, 91F, 91G, 91H, 91M, 91P, 91S, 91X, 91Z
GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Experience or training which demonstrates the applicants knowledge of electrical or electronic theory, knowledge of common testing procedures, skill in the use of hand tools of the electronics trade, and skill in reading schematics. independently install, modify, overhaul, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electronics equipment of moderate complexity or a system of limited complexity. Electronic equipment serviced at this level is usually self-contained and functionally independent such as color radar receivers and transmitters, video recorders, color video cameras/recorders, audio recorders, two-way radios, multichannel very high frequency (VHF) or ultra high frequency (UHF) transmitters or receivers, power supplies, and multilayered printed circuit boards. set up and operate computer controlled automatic test equipment (ATE) to test and troubleshoot various components and assemblies of electronic equipment such as radio/radar receivers and transmitters; modulators; electronic analog and digital computer components; modules which contain integrated circuits; and printed circuit boards and assemblies. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Experience or training in utilizing principles, basic functions and application of theory of electronic systems or equipment. Experience in diagnosing problems and determining needed repairs for malfunctions in electronic equipment or systems. Experience in making mechanical repairs that required the use of precision measuring and calibrating equipment. Experience in using complex test equipment such as deviation meters, complex special test panels, etc. Experience which demonstrates the ability to interpret technical manuals, specifications, and publications. Applies a thorough knowledge of operating electronic principles such as microminiaturized digital and solid state integrated circuits, transistors, diodes, tube circuits, antennas, signal transmission, oscillation, and amplification. They apply this knowledge to troubleshoot and repair malfunctions where circuit theory must be used to understand the operation, not only of individual circuits but also the interaction of other circuits to create a malfunction. Has skills in interpreting and applying a variety of technical information such as technical orders, manufacturers’ handbooks and repair manuals, schematics, block diagrams, mathematical expressions, and similar documents while testing and repairing functionally independent electronic equipment. Has skills in the set-up and operation of computer controlled automatic test equipment to test and troubleshoot various components and assemblies of electronic equipment or printed circuit boards. Electronics mechanics at this level must be able to assist engineering personnel in developing, debugging, or modifying diagnostic programs by recommending changes where necessary.
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