Engineering Technician III - DC/Low Frequency

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Employment: Full Time


Provides training and advice for repair, calibration, and modification of the wide variety of complex precision measurement equipment utilized by the GOK activities. Provides technical and procedural advice and guidance to KAF personnel and other GOK personnel concerning metrology-related matters such as the repair, calibration, or modification of precision measurement equipment, the conduct of laboratory operations, and the resolution of customer measurement problems. Provides in-depth technical expertise in one or more of the following disciplinary categories and can provide OJT or formal classroom training as required. Performs precision measurements, calibrations, modifications, maintenance and repair actions, and other functions as necessary in all areas of laboratory operations. Assists in obtaining and maintaining laboratory QA accreditation.

This DC/Low-Frequency discipline includes the following measurement areas: voltage, current, power, resistance, capacitance, inductance, time and frequency (500 MHz and below), and modulation. It also encompasses repair, calibration, and/or modification of items such as: audio and low-frequency signal generators, oscilloscopes, digital and analog voltmeters, AC/DC ammeters, watt meters, electronic counters, pulse generators, resistance, capacitance, inductance bridges, automated test equipment, and other general purpose measuring equipment.

It is anticipated that Engineering Technicians will be assigned as these job descriptions state and other related specific tasking details and priorities will be determined and set by the Commander, KAFMB, and communicated to the Contractor lead.


An Associate's degree in electronics technology from an accredited school, and ten (10) years of work experience operating, maintaining, troubleshooting, repairing, and calibrating electronic precision measurement equipment and calibration laboratory reference standards, with a working knowledge of the basic concepts of electronics and science. This knowledge shall include basic electricity, electronics, circuit theory, digital logic, algebra, and physics. OR;

Completion of a U.S. military precision measurement and calibration program, a precision measurement and calibration school at an accredited school, or within a specialized calibration firm, and twelve (12) years of work experience operating, maintaining, troubleshooting, repairing, and calibrating electronic TMDE such as analog and digital multimeters, electronic counters, function generators, signal generators, analog and digital tape recorders, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, and calibration laboratory measurement standards. Demonstrated experience in troubleshooting TMDE and measurement standards by making measurements with test equipment to identify problems at the component level. Demonstrated basic electronic construction and repair skills, including soldering and wiring, and the ability to perform these functions on delicate circuit cards.

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