Duties: The Electronics Technician is a Civil Service Mariner (CIVMAR) employed by the Navy to serve the Military Sealift Command (MSC) onboard naval auxiliaries and hybrid-manned warships worldwide, in peace and war. MSC exists to support the joint warfighter across the full spectrum of military operations. MSC provides on-time logistics, strategic sealift, as well as specialized missions anywhere in the world, contested or uncontested environments.
The Electronics Technician must be able to work independently and be proficient and able to interpret test results from a variety of electrical and electronic test equipment. This test equipment includes but is not limited to, oscilloscopes, function generators, I-P calibrators, power harmonic analyzers, analog and digital multi-meters and other diagnostic instruments. The Electronics Technician must be proficient in the operation, testing and demonstration for regulatory bodies, troubleshooting, maintaining, and repairing of a wide variety of electrical and electronic equipment aboard ship. This may include, but not limited to: - Engine Room control consoles & monitoring systems, - Engine, auxiliary machinery, and boiler automation, monitoring, and boiler, - Electrical generation, conversion, and distribution electronics and automated controls, - Ship control systems and console, - Main propulsion controls and console, - Instrumentation, - Network Data Systems, - Bridge equipment: RADARS, ECDIS, GPS, FATHOMETER, SPEED LOG, - CBR-D, fire, safety and security systems, - Telephone system and exchange programming, - Cargo handling equipment systems, and monitoring, - Aviation support systems and monitoring, - Motor operated valves.
The Electronic Technician must be versed in standard marine engineering and understand the basic relationships between various systems and equipment. The Electronics Technician must be knowledgeable of marine as well as commercial electronics practice and procedures. The Electronics Technician must be capable of effectively communicating with a variety of technical representatives and direct supervisors. The Electronics Technician is required to monitor the work of technical representatives and provide good quality assurance. The incumbent must be adept at researching material requirements, creating work lists, utilizing the Naval Supply System and prioritizing tasks based on vessel operation requirements.
Everything in this Position Description is considered to be an essential function of this position. Performs other duties as assigned.
About Military Sealift Command (MSC) Vessels Worldwide
Earn $37.43 per hour as an Electronics Equipment Maintainer for the NYC Transit.
JOB DUTIES: Maintain, install, inspect, test, alter and repair electronic wireless and wired communication systems, digital and analog control equipment and systems in the shop or in the field, including radio systems, closed circuit video equipment, and other electronic communication equipment; perform circuit testing, analysis, and fault identification; keep records; operate motor vehicles; and perform related work. Starting: $37.43/hr, 40-hour week.
EXPERIENCE: Five years of full-time journey-level experience maintaining, testing, trouble-shooting, calibrating and repairing complex electronic equipment employing analog and digital circuitry. Graduation from a vocational high school, trade school, or degree program in Electronic Technology may be substituted for two years of journey-level experience.
LICENSES: Candidates will be required to possess a Motor Vehicle Driver License valid in the State of New York at the time of appointment.
BENEFITS: A robust package which includes paid vacation, holiday and sick leave; overtime and night differential; comprehensive health benefits; a pension plan;... and NYCT Bus and Subway employee pass.
IMPORTANT: Candidates will be screened prior to admission to the Open House. Entry to the Open House will be limited to candidates who meet all the following criteria:
1. Meet the minimum qualifi cation requirements based on a preliminary review of resume.
2. Possess a Motor Vehicle Driver License valid in the State of New York.
3. Have not previously interviewed for this position with NYCT within the past year.
4. Have not taken recently-administered Civil Service Exams for Exam No. 5613 or Exam No. 7603.
Candidates may be invited to participate in a written assessment and/or interview which may require them to spend approximately four hours at the Open House.
Once on the website, select “Skilled-Trade Positions” listed under NYC Transit, then select Electronics Equipment Maintainer, Job ID 92443.
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