Electronics Technician

Company Name:
Precision Solutions
Top Secret Clearance required
Must be able to assemble prototypes at the board level, and integrate component boards into systems.
Requires the ability to modify existing hardware in an expeditious manner, often based on minimally documented design specifications.
Provides support testing boards and assembled devices using commercial or special purpose test equipment.
Create documents supporting all work and operations.
Must have experience and a good working knowledge of C-OFDM (Coded Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing) Radio Frequency (RF) systems.
Must have experience and ability to utilize Visio and MS Word software to document tasks appropriately.
Must be able to travel and perform system installations and operations on towers and buildings (up to 850 ft.).
Requires the ability to lift and carry a 50lb load.
Minimum/General Experience
Min (5) years' experience in the design, assembly, and testing of electronic hardware.
Requires competence in advanced digital communications technology found currently in commercial practice.
Must have a minimum of three (3) years' experience with video distribution systems and video equipment.
Must be proficient with IP networking hardware and software.
Requires excellent communication skills (oral/writing).
Minimum Education
Electronics Technicians must have completed a two-year certification/degree program in electronics technology or possess an equivalent level of specific technical work experience.
Experience equivalency will be ten (10) years' work experience for a two-year degree and five (5) years' experience for a four-year degree program in a technical discipline.
Date: 2014-09-15
Country: US
State: VA
City: Stafford
Category: Information Technology

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