Senior Electronics Technician (ID 3942)


The position will work closely with GA staff with the development of assigned aspects the Radiation Monitoring Systems (RMS) in Wayneboro, GA. Under minimal supervision with general direction.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Applies technical knowledge to analyze, investigate and resolve assigned engineering problems.
  • Performs functional testing and troubleshooting of equipment and systems in assigned area by utilizing standard engineering and scientific principles
  • Operates specialized equipment or performs tests requiring knowledge of processes.
  • Interprets general instructions, plans sequence of assembly, maintains quality assurance documentation, and prepares sketches and schematics.
  • Operates specialized equipment and/or performs tests requiring knowledge of processes.
  • Diagnoses and corrects operational problems or trouble sources in equipment or tests.
  • Works in a safe manner in accordance with established operating procedures and practices.
  • Provides direction to other technicians on large programs including offsite or during shift work.
  • Develops appropriate documentation of findings and implemented solutions.
  • Creates brief technical presentations
  • Sets up and conducts semi-routine electronic testing (bench, environmental, and electro mechanical testing) records, interprets, and summarizes data and provides reports to management and engineering.
  • Sets up and operates various test equipment to include, but not limited to power meters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, multi-meters, and TDRs.
  • Tests, troubleshoots, and repairs complex digital and analog circuits down to the component level utilizing established quality processes, standards, and safety regulations.
  • Completes on-site training is specific to customer and location.
  • Expected to work extended hours as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications:

  • Typically requires associate's degree or equivalent in related field (May substitute equivalent experience in lieu of education)
  • Minimum 9 years of experience
  • Knowledge of computer operations and applications pertinent to the field required
  • Training and/or experience from the military or a trade school highly desirable
  • Communication skills necessary to write and record precise information.
  • Ability and willingness to work on systems which have unusual conditions such as high pressure, high voltage, high energy, cryogens, or radioactive materials
  • Ability to understand detailed instructions, drawings and specifications
  • Ability to diagnose complex mechanical/electrical problems and find effective solutions
  • Ability to adapt to a changing work environment and organizational demands
  • Ability to understand new concepts quickly and apply them accurately through an evolving environment and organize work assignments to meet established timetables
  • Ability to pass background check, drug test, and submit to on-site training provided by the customer
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a DOE clearance

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Navy or Commercial Nuclear Power Training and/or experience

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