The IEW&S Technician III provides depot and field level field engineering and maintenance support to assigned systems and communications equipment.
Completes all DoD 8570.01M Information Assurance Technician Level II tasks
Performs Functional Configuration audits, software upgrades, and IT Tier level II support
Applies advanced technical knowledge to fault isolation, scheduling and maintaining complex communications and electronics systems in accordance with customer standards.
Performs critical quality and safety assurance reviews of all equipment integration practices to assure conformance with equipment/system specifications
Manages and develops engineering input to the preparation of Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), and technical design packages. Develops integration plans and performs hardware integrations, and manages documentation schematics and modifications. Prepares site integration and test reports. Configures computer software, communications devices, and peripheral equipment to operate within designated networks.
Designs and plans for and executes network hardware installation, testing, and validation. Trains customer personnel at the installation site in proper use of highly specialized electronic equipment.
Prepares and maintains equipment and configuration documentation, and performs physical configuration audits.
Knowledge & Skills
Applies basic knowledge of IA concepts, practices, and procedures within the CE.
Expert level capability to fault isolate, repair and test complex level problems
Expert level knowledge of alternating current / direct current (AC/DC) power, grounding and electronic equipment heating/cooling requirements
Expert level experience in quality assurance practices. Familiar with Built in Test Equipment (BITE) and Automated Test Equipment (ATE).
Expert knowledge of audio distribution systems, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) principles with application to the integration and operation of mission and support systems
Detailed knowledge of satellite communications systems and telecommunications equipment to include satellite modems and down-converters
Command of fluent English, including the ability to read, write, and comprehend technical documentation, schematics, and diagrams written under the ANSI standards
Must be able to read and interpret electronic system level drawings
Able to perform all duties to ensure timely, courteous and quality support to customer or customer affiliates
Mastery of the functions of the IAT Level I position.
Applies knowledge and experience with standard IA concepts, practices, and procedures within the NE.
Obtain and maintain IA certification appropriate to position.
Experience & Education
DOD 8570 IAT Level I certification Within 6 months of assignment to position and mandatory for unsupervised privileged access.
Bachelor's degree in electronics or equivalent military or advanced technical training
Six (6) years of technical experience in the support of complex electronic communications equipment
Four (4) years highly specialized experience in radio frequency (RF) and electronic systems to include but not limited to antennas, preamplifiers, cables, receivers, demodulators, converters, servos, digital components, interfaces, printers, recorders, computers, analog and digital displays, fiber optics and Input / Output (I/O) devices and test equipment
Three (3) years advanced specialized experience in analysis and integration of computer based systems, analysis and integration of local area networks, specialized interconnect cable design and fabrication, and analysis of communications systems. Proven ability to work independently or with minimal supervision
Experience with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and the functional application of Electromagnetic Interference/Radio Interference (EMI/RFI) analysis and mitigation programs.
Understanding of computers, software and peripherals used in electronic communications systems
Expert level knowledge of the installation and maintenance of audio systems
Expert level knowledge of installation techniques, including red/black requirements
Expert level knowledge of electrical wiring and grounding and the installation of fiber optic cable
Understanding of interconnectivity, protocol bus standards, cryptographic equipment operations and TEMPEST criteria
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Works under supervision and typically reports to a CE manager.
Actions are usually authorized and controlled by policies and established procedures.
Able to maneuver in small spaces and lift up to 50lbs
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