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ASRC Federal Holding Company Electronic Technician (Field Service Technician) in Warren, Michigan

Job Description:

The technician's main focus will be supporting military vehicles (based on a Bradley) in the field during shake down testing which will be located at various sites throughout the United States. While on rotation back in Warren, Michigan (GVSC) the technician duties will be developing and building electrical harnesses in support of daily Army requirements.

Duties

  • FST's to perform field visits and manage all on-site NGCV-EP installation, repair, and maintenance. FST's shall diagnose errors, technical problems, and propose the proper solutions to ensure continuous operations of the NGCV Experimental Prototypes and deliver the findings and corrective actions.

  • Shall provide on-site FSTs for vehicle troubleshooting and maintenance recommendations. The FSTs shall provide technical expertise to assist in properly identifying parts/hardware or software and expediting critical parts to their destination. The FSTs shall provide on the ground technical expertise to identify failure trends, system issues, provide assessments, and resolve vehicle performance issues.

  • FST's shall perform routine 10/20 level Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on the MET-D platforms. The 10/20 inspections will only be conducted on the Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) and Subsystems that have not been modified.

  • FST's shall perform Field Level maintenance services, including scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, as annotated on Attachment 03 - DA 2404/5988-E Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet.

  • FST's shall recommend immediate fixes based on safety and expected performance or suggested fixes based on lesser problematic deficiencies to the Government.

  • FSTs shall be onsite and work a standard 40 hour work week with an average of 10 additional hours of overtime per week. Testing will not occur on Government holidays. If the Government suspends the test for any reason, FSTs are not required to be onsite during the suspension period. FSTs shall return to the test site within one (1) day of Government notification that testing has resumed.

  • Provide direct technical assistance to design and manufacturing engineering in support of hardware fabrication planning.

  • Plan the methods and procedures required to provide technical support for scientific or engineering programmatic work.

  • Determine the sequence of operations and performs layout, fabrication, assembly, installation and testing of experimental components, assembly, subsystem and system level hardware, material, apparatus and equipment.

  • Set up and operates equipment, test apparatus, test equipment, diagnostic devices and related equipment.

  • Able to fabricate hardware components according to guidelines for production, and prototype or one of kind items. Ability to fabricate cables from a conceptual level is highly desirable.

  • Understand shield termination and backshell /connector selection.

  • Analyzes design Supports engineering analysis of production process and design deficiencies or malfunctions where immediate determinations regarding cause and needed corrections are required.

  • Must be proficient at reading military cable drawings, bill of materials and performing inventory/kitting tasks.

  • Must have the ability to redline drawings for design modifications. Comfortable with reworking or modifying existing cables from redlines.

  • Must be physically able to install/rework cables located in tight spaces on military vehicles. Also has the ability to install various electrical equipment and brackets onto military vehicles.

ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law.

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