ELECTRONICS MECHANIC Job in Kirtland AFB, New Mexico – Department of the Air Force

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ELECTRONICS MECHANIC – Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
U.S. Air Force – Agency Wide, Department of the Air Force
Job ID: 220459
Start Date: 02/27/2020
End Date: 03/11/2020

Qualification Summary
In order to qualify, you must meet the gereral experience requirements described in the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standards Handbook X-118C. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants will be rated in accordance with the OPM Qualification Standard Handbook X-118C for the WG-2600 – Electronic Equipment Installation and Maintenance Group. Although a specific length of time and experience is not required for most blue-collar positions, you must meet any screen-out element listed, and show through experience and training that you possess the quality level of knowledge and skill necessary to perform the duties of the position at the level for which you are applying. Qualification requirements emphasis is on the quality of experience, not necessarily the length of time. The screen out element for this position is the ability to do the work of the position without more than normal supervision. JOB ELEMENTS: Your qualifications will be evaluated on the basis of your level of knowledge, skills, abilities and/or competencies in the following areas: 1. 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, as found in complex electronic equipment and complete operational avionics system(s) consisting of numerous complex integral components which require knowledge of a wide range of electronic principles and practices. 2. Knowledge of safety regulations, practices, and procedures. 3. Skill in troubleshooting, installing, repairing, and maintaining malfunctions in complex electronic systems where circuit theory must be used to understand the operation of individual circuits, and the possible interaction of other circuits which create a malfunction; and in interpreting complex drawings, specifications, and schematics of complete systems to recognize the function and interconnections of components, assemblies, subassemblies, and connecting cable harnesses. 4. Skill to modify systems by adding, altering, or removing components to standardize or alter the purpose of the equipment or to incorporate new features developed since the equipment was manufactured. 5. Skill in the use of electronic test equipment such as computer controlled automated test equipment (ATE), oscilloscopes, pulse and signal generators, distortion and waveform analyzers, digital data generators, digital voltmeters, frequency generators, and special test panels; and in the use of a variety of hand tools such as screwdrivers, drills, wrenches, soldering irons, and microsoldering units. 6. Ability to understand the interaction of a number of complex, interrelated circuits such as timing circuits, pulse forming networks, etc., to determine the cause of a malfunction and the interaction of factors such as ambient temperature and the power and duration of the signal input, which together cause it to fail; to assist engineers in developing, debugging, or modifying diagnostic problems by identifying and investigating apparent contradictions between test specifications or test requirement documents and recommend changes where necessary; and to use computer terminals to maintain records and document actions. Physical Effort: Frequently lifts and carries, unassisted, items weighing up to 40 pounds. Sometimes required to lift and carry items weighing more than 50 pounds with the help of weight handling equipment or with assistance from other workers. The work requires frequent standing, walking, bending, crouching, reaching, and stooping. Climbing and working in high places may be required. Some work may require the aid of magnifying lenses, eye loops, and microscopes to accomplish repairs on miniature components. Working Conditions: Employee typically works in well lighted, heated, and ventilated areas. Work is sometimes in high and restricted places, under conditions of heat and cold outside in inclement weather. Exposed to the possibility of electric shock; burns from electrical or RF energy or hot solder; and cuts and bruises. PART-TIME OR UNPAID EXPERIENCE: Credit will be given for appropriate unpaid and or part-time work. You must clearly identify the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the total number of hours per week. VOLUNTEER WORK EXPERIENCE: Refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service Programs (i.e., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student and social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge and skills that can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

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