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|Date Posted||December 22, 2016|
Applies basic knowledge and experience to solve routine technical tasks or system problems; those that typically may be performed solely by reference to maintenance manuals or similar documents. Work may be reviewed by more proficient technicians to ensure compliance with accepted practices and/or standard operating procedures. Work being performed for the first time and any task for which the employee is not documented as being proficient at will be reviewed by more proficient technicians or the Maintenance Manager. Receives training in device system and subsystems.
- Applies working technical/non-technical knowledge to perform simple or routine tasks in support of work on various devices, while following detailed instructions which encompass all procedures.
- Receives technical guidance as required from supervisor and higher-level technicians.
- New or advanced assignments will be given detailed review and be spot checked. Tasks previously accomplished and documented as proficient do not require review or spot check, though they may be at the Maintenance Manager or Shift Lead’s discretion.
- Localizes and replaces defective parts in electronic circuits.
- Requires use of block, wiring and schematic diagrams to trace basic circuits.
- Maintains required documentation of maintenance activities.
- Monitors and tracks the repair status of inoperative equipment and document maintenance activities utilizing the logistics management data base system.
- Documents maintenance activities to include but not limited to, work order generation and updates, repair action documentation, issuing, returning, and adjusting inventory, insuring inventory records are up to date and accurate, and other material control duties as assigned.
- Provides networking and information systems support on training devices and networks.
- Implements basic modifications to existing simulators.