Electronics Warfare Technician Job Openings - 6 Jobs

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    Production Lab Technician (Electronics)
    Curtiss Wright

    Ashburn, VA

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    Production Lab Technician (Electronics)
    Curtiss-Wright Corporation

    Ashburn, VA

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    SCA Electronics Maintenance Technician III
    NFF Inc.

    Ashburn, VA

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    DATACENTER TECHNICIAN
    Microsoft Corporation

    Ashburn, VA

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    Senior Electronic Warfare Technical Expert
    SAIC

    Washington, DC

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    Senior Electronic Warfare Technical Expert Job
    SAIC

    Washington, DC

Electronics Warfare Technician Jobs

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What does an Electronics Warfare Technician do at Caci International

* Provides supervision for junior maintenance personnel in support of critical IEW systems located within areas of INSCOM SCIF’s.
* Implements design, initial fielding, testing, training, emergency maintenance, and repair of satellite communications systems and signals intelligence equipment.
* Manages maintenance and supply operations in alignment with US Army logistics and supply procedures and regulations.
* Act as project leader and oversee and perform system level troubleshooting using complex computer diagnostics and test equipment.
* Assures that systems and equipment operations and maintenance comply with physical, operational, security, safety, and communications and electronics regulations.
* Provides expertise and instructs subordinates on commercial and US Army satellite communications and electronic warfare projects requiring detailed analysis of operational and technical issues.
* Evaluates the impact of proposed design changes on maintaining continuous operations.
* Train military and contractor personnel on troubleshooting, diagnosing and repair of electronic warfare and SATCOM systems.
* Researches requirements and translates data into design/redesign specifications to support deployable US Army equipment within SCIF’s.
* Employs, services, and calibrates state-of-the-art data collection equipment to monitor the functioning of communications and electronic warfare equipment.
* Supports US Army systems on site whenever and wherever deployed.
* Available to deploy to other countries and/or theaters to perform quick reaction technical support to US forces worldwide military contingency missions and requirements in potentially hazardous work environments.
* Able to maneuver in small spaces and lift up to 50lbs.
* Able to perform all duties to ensure timely, courteous and quality support to INSCOM or other customers/affiliates of the Genesis Program

What does an Electronics Warfare Technician do at Aecom

* Install, monitor, and service equipment and systems at Company and client sites.
* Assist with test and evaluation, checkout, certification tasks.
* Perform validations/ verifications of various electronic systems.
* Review change proposals for equipment impacts.
* Assist in accomplishing Engineering Change Instructions.
* Develop technical/engineering data for Planned Maintenance Systems, technical manuals, trouble-shooting procedures, drawing updates, operation procedures, and maintainability improvements.
* Support systems engineering activities with subject matter expertise.
* Establish and maintain a filing system, databases and logs as needed for tracking project status and inventory.
* Direct on-site customer interface for equipment/systems installation, testing, survey, fabrication, and other engineering tasks as needed.
* Comply with engineering documentation standards, engineering plans, and system specifications and test procedures.
* Provide technical data and evaluation for components, equipment and systems consistent with engineering plans, layout and contract requirements.
* Serve as senior/lead technician and assist in the training of other technicians.
* May support engineers in the development of technical proposal and provide input on the technical content and level of effort of the proposed scope of work.
* Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested

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Top Electronics Warfare Technician Skills

The three most common skills for electronics warfare technician jobs are:
  1. Radar Emissions
  2. Electronic Warfare Equipment
  3. Combat

Electronic Intelligence is the least sought after skill at the current time for electronics warfare technician jobs.

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Top Electronics Warfare Technician Employers

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Top 10 Electronics Warfare Technician Employers

10 companies currently have Electronics Warfare Technician open positions.

Other companies that have hired for Electronics Warfare Technician positions are:
  1. Northrop Grumman
  2. United States Army
  3. United States Navy
  4. Illinois Air National Guard

United States Air Force, Northrop Grumman, United States Army, United States Navy, Illinois Air National Guard, New York Air National Guard, URS Corporation, URS/Aecom, North Carolina Army National Guard, Electronic Warfare Associates

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