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Engineering Technician IV, Mechanical (0050-020)
Location: Norfolk VA
Description of Duties:
Provide technical support and engineering services for Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC), Code 252. Tasking includes Fleet Technical Assistance, Assessments (i.e. TSRA, INSURV), and Availability Support. Perform the following:
•Provide Full-Time Onsite Support as well as By the Drink support (964 hrs) as tasked via separate correspondence for the following Code 252 cognizant equipment (This is not an all inclusive list and is subject to change): AEGIS Electronic Cooling Water Systems, Electronic Cooling Water Pumps, AEGIS Seawater Pumps, Electronic Cooling Water Palletized Skids, Cooling Water Auto Air Vent Valves, Casualty Control Valves, Conductivity Panels, GEMS Flow Sensors, Dry Air Panels, Dry Air Distribution support to Wave Guides, Dedicated Dehydrators in combat spaces.
•Conduct Fleet Technical Assistance on-site or via distance support as required, to include engineering/technical evaluations, equipment functional checks, troubleshooting, test, analysis and equipment repair as tasked.
•Conduct Assessments and Grooms determining equipment condition and out of specification settings; observe operation of the equipment by ship's force to witness the full range of performance, when possible; utilize appropriate measuring equipment to obtain data for evaluation; evaluate findings and make adjustments and repairs to the maximum extent possible during the time available.
•Provide Onboard Maintenance Training (OBMT) to Ship's Force technicians in the operation, repair, and maintenance. The contractor shall perform/provide support during shipboard auxiliary systems tasking including TSRA, INSURV and Tech Assist events.
•Assist Ship's Force technicians and government personnel at assigned locations to analyze and resolve malfunctions detected during equipment operation and test.
•Analyze and review inspection data to determine source of fault, and recommend repair, replacement, or other corrective action.
•Suggest equipment engineering changes toward improving quality and reliability and to facilitate installation, maintenance, and repair.
•Assist with the preparation and adjudication of Departures from Specifications (DFS), Engineering Support Requests (ESRs), and review of work items/process control procedures (PCPs) when required, including development of risk assessment.
•Report findings/discrepancies as required to the designated Team Leader and/or Branch Head of MARMC 252 via Material Assessment Form (MAF), Prisms/ETC Software, TAAS-Info, debrief and/or Technical Assistance Visit Report (TAVR) within two working days of completion of task.
•Working knowledge of Navy assessment programs, visit processes and reporting methods for visits.
•Demonstrate regularly using accepted current instrumentation for diagnosing equipment.
•Demonstrate ability for interpreting wiring diagrams and control schematics.
•Must have recent and current experience with in two (2) years unless designated below.
•Ability to utilize computers including the Microsoft Office Suite for compiling information for reports and history files and transfer digital pictures from camera to computer and enhance as required and label them for report purposes.
•Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.
•Demonstrate an ability to interpret wiring diagrams, control schematics and plans and the ability as Subject Matter Expert (SME) to troubleshoot, analyze and provide distance support for listed equipment.
•Provide expiration date of current security clearance on resume.
•Resume should specifically outline previous trouble shooting experience. Additionally, any formal instructor experience should be annotated in the resume
•Detailed experience with regard to ship’s air conditioning, refrigeration, all types of air compressors and electronic cooling water systems should be detailed in the resumes.
• Knowledgeable of the preparation and adjudication of Departures From Specifications (DFS) and Engineering Support Requests (ESRs), and review of Work Items and Process Control Procedures (PCPs) when required.
•Be familiar with Microsoft Office software, ILS-LOGICOM, TAAS-Info and Fleet Scheduling Center (FSC).
•Train ship’s force personnel during the course of the assistance or assessment visits.
Specialized Experience: Minimum of ten (10) years of general hands-on mechanical experience with US Navy HM&E equipment and have at least five (5) years specialized hands-on experience in the troubleshooting, assessment, operation, repair and maintenance of US Naval Ships’ to include: AEGIS Electronic Cooling Water Systems, Electronic Cooling Water Pumps, AEGIS Seawater Pumps, Electronic Cooling Water Palletized Skids, Cooling Water Auto Air Vent Valves, Casualty Control Valves, Conductivity Panels, GEMS Flow Sensors, Dry Air Panels, Dry Air Distribution support to Wave Guides, Dedicated Dehydrators in combat spaces.Special Requirements:
High School Diploma
CPR Certification from a Nationally Accepted organization.
Active Secret Clearance (Provide expiration date)Apply Online
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