Applicant performs a variety of tasks including:
--Fabrication and assembly of various electromechanical and electronic assemblies
--Completion of simple routine tasks under close supervision or from detailed procedures
--Gathers and maintains specified records of engineering data such as tests, drawings, etc.
--Performs computations by substituting numbers in specified formulas; plots data and draws simple curves and graphs
--Performs simple or routine tasks or tests such as tensile or hardness tests; operates and adjusts simple test equipment; records test data
--Performs one or a combination of such typical duties as assembles or installs equipment or parts requiring simple wiring, soldering, or connecting
--Moving and uncrating of equipment
--Installation of electronic equipment, ducts, cableways, cables, high density cable connectors
--Assembling cable harnesses
--Soldering with low voltage soldering devices and coaxial connectors
--Assembling small mechanical parts per fabrication/assembly drawings
Applicants certified in “Multi-pin” Connectors IAW MIL-STD-20035A (SA) and be proficient NAVSEA Standards Items to include 009-22 & 009-73 is a plus.
Work is performed onboard U.S. Naval Ships and military installations in an area that is somewhat uncomfortable due to drafts, noise, temperature variation and the like and with equipment where carelessness would probably result in minor cuts, bruises, muscle strains, serious injury, or death.
Employees must be able to:
--Work in high heat spaces
--Climb shipyard dry dock stairs and climb up and down ladders and
--Crawl through hatches to access all areas of the ship
--Work in the kneeing position and layout of cable runs that are under false decking.
--Carry 50lbs. The employee can be lifting 25lbs to 50lbs 5 – 10% of the day, carrying 10 to 40lbs throughout the ship 25 to 50% of the day or pushing and pulling while running cable or installing equipment up to 80% of the day.
--Be on their feet in a standing, crouching or walking position up to 90% of the day
This work is physically demanding and is performed in an industrial environment with trip hazards and requires good mobility.