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Electronics Mechanic (Title 32) – Camp J T Robinson, Arkansas
Army National Guard Units, Department of the Army
Job ID: 137945Start Date: 08/16/2019End Date: 09/02/2019
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. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Must have at least 18 months of the following:
Experience 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. PLACEMENT FACTORS: Applicants should demonstrate through prior experience, education and training the following:
(1) Comprehensive knowledge of operating electronic principles such as circuit elements, digital logic, microprocessors, core memory, interface circuits, digital data transmission, microwave, antennas, signal behavior, amplification, and display.
(2) Ability to troubleshoot, install, repair, and maintain complex electronic systems where circuit theory must be used to understand the operation of individual circuits. Skill in developing new test and repair procedures for which none exist, and when possible improving existing procedures.
(3) Ability to understand the interaction of a number of complex, interrelated circuits to determine the cause of a malfunction and the interaction of various factors.
(4) Extensive knowledge of electromechanical servo systems, pneumatics, hydraulics, and mechanical and electric motor systems and their effect on each other.
(5) Skill in interpreting complex drawings, specifications, and schematics of complete systems to recognize the function and interconnections of the various assemblies and troubleshoot the systems from schematic, following signal paths through a complex path of interconnections of components, assemblies, subassemblies, and connecting cable harnesses.
(6) Knowledge and skill to modify systems by adding, altering, or removing components in order to standardize or alter the purpose of the equipment or to incorporate new features developed since the equipment was manufactured.
(7) Skill in using a wide variety of electronic test equipment such as systems test sets, frequency meters, standing wave indicators, oscillators, ohmmeters, voltmeters, resistance bridges, and signal generators, and the use of special and common hand tools, power tools, and gauges. Skill in applying this knowledge to adapt test procedures to available test equipment, to develop time efficient means to return equipment to operation.
(8) Ability to switch from one theory of operations to another or to combine theories depending on the type of system being repaired.
(9) Skill and knowledge to provide technical assistance and instruction
(10) Completion of an MOS-producing course related to the field.
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