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Become A Missile Facilities Repairer

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Working As A Missile Facilities Repairer

  • Repairing and Maintaining Electronic Equipment
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Make Decisions

  • $61,844

    Average Salary

Example Of What A Missile Facilities Repairer does

  • Repaired unserviceable optical and infrared components by aligning and adjusting the technical systems small electrical circuitry.
  • Fulfilled maintenance and support requirements for Land-Combat Electronic Missile Systems.
  • Conducted quality assurance training for new recruits on the TOW2 ATGM weapon platform on the Bradley Assault Vehicle.
  • Performed maintenance adjustments and repairs on job related tools and equipment.
  • Performed quality control measures on a daily basis.
  • Completed courses in leadership development small group facilitator and combat life saving.
  • Repaired unserviceable items by removing and replacing defective components and parts.
  • Serviced and provided maintenance on the M220 TOW2 ground missile system and supported various units during Kosovo and Bosnian missions.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on TOW2, Javelin and LRAS3 systems.
  • Inspected, tests, adjusts components to specific tolerances.
  • Determined serviceability and disposition of defective assemblies, subassemblies, and parts.
  • Performed operations over a 9,600 square mile missile complex in direct support of the nation's nuclear mission.

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How To Become A Missile Facilities Repairer

Electrical and electronics engineering technicians typically need an associate’s degree.

Education

Programs for electrical and electronics engineering technicians usually lead to an associate’s degree in electrical or electronics engineering technology. Vocational–technical schools include postsecondary institutions that serve local students and emphasize training needed by local employers.

Community colleges offer programs similar to those in technical institutes but include more theory-based and liberal arts coursework. Some of these colleges allow students to concentrate in computer electronics, industrial electronics, or communications electronics.

Prospective electrical and electronics engineering technicians usually take courses in ANSI C, C++ programming, Java programming, physics, microprocessors, and circuitry. The Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET accredits programs that include at least college algebra, trigonometry, and basic science courses.

Important Qualities

Logical-thinking skills. Electrical and electronics engineering technicians must isolate and then identify problems for the engineering staff to work on. They need good reasoning skills to identify and fix problems. Technicians must also be able to follow a logical sequence or specific set of rules to carry out engineers’ designs, inspect designs for quality control, and put together prototypes.

Math skills. Electrical and electronics engineering technicians use math for analysis, design, and troubleshooting in their work.

Mechanical skills. Electronics engineering technicians in particular must be able to use hand tools and soldering irons on small circuitry and electronic parts to create detailed electronic components by hand.

Observational skills. Electrical engineering technicians sometimes visit construction sites to make sure that electrical engineers’ designs are being carried out correctly. They are responsible for evaluating projects onsite and reporting problems to engineers.

Problem-solving skills. Electrical and electronics engineering technicians create what engineers have designed and often test the designs to make sure that they work. Technicians help to resolve any problems that come up in carrying out the engineers’ designs.

Writing skills. These technicians must write reports about onsite construction, the results of testing, or problems they find when carrying out designs. Their writing must be clear and well organized so that the engineers they work with can understand the reports.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

The National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) offers certification in electrical power testing. This certification would benefit those technicians working in the electric power generation, transmission, and distribution industry.

ETA International also offers certifications in several fields, including basic electronics, biomedical, and renewable energy.

The International Society of Automation offers certification as a Control Systems Technician. To gain such certification, technicians must demonstrate skills in pneumatic, mechanical, and electronic instrumentation. In addition, they must demonstrate an understanding of process control loops and process control systems.

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Missile Facilities Repairer Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    82.2%
  • Female

    15.8%
  • Unknown

    2.0%

Ethnicity

  • White

    84.1%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    7.9%
  • Asian

    6.4%
  • Unknown

    1.0%
  • Black or African American

    0.6%
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Top Skills for A Missile Facilities Repairer

VehicleTow2SubsystemSpecialTestEquipmentGroundMissileSystemCircuitElementsJavelinCombatElectromechanicalAssembliesUnserviceableOpticalQualityControlMeasuresUnserviceableItemsSpecificTolerancesDefectiveComponentsMaintenanceAdjustmentsDefectiveModulesTow2AtgmDefectiveAssembliesMissileAlertFacilityM-220DragonElectronicMissile

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Top Missile Facilities Repairer Skills

  1. Vehicle Tow2 Subsystem
  2. Special Test Equipment
  3. Ground Missile System
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Serviced and provided maintenance on the M220 TOW2 ground missile system and supported various units during Kosovo and Bosnian missions.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on TOW2, Javelin and LRAS3 systems.
  • Assisted as Emergency Response Team Member when responding to critical site and Missile Combat Crew contingencies.
  • Repaired unserviceable optical and infrared components by aligning, adjusting, removing and replacing defective modules and assemblies.
  • Performed quality control measures and installed equipment modifications.

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