Lockheed Martin Technician Field Sr / AEGIS Modernization / Norfolk, VA in Norfolk, Virginia
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Will be part of the Aegis Modernization Team supporting Aegis Combat Systems Ship Installation Test and Trials in Norfolk, Virginia and with our Navy customer. Primary responsibility centers around the installation, test and repair of Combat System equipment (ORDALTS, SHIPALTS, FMB’s) on USN and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) surface combatants throughout the world.
Will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information and will also be required to submit to drug screening per company policy. Extensive travel will be required; as much as 25%.
The successful candidate will support equipment light off, integration, testing, troubleshooting, preventative, and corrective maintenance and crew training on the MK-99 Fire Control System equipment group for the AEGIS Modernization Team (AMT), Applicant must have proven ship riding experience with AEGIS Guided Missile Cruisers (CG), or AEGIS Destroyers (DDG).
The position will require shift work, short notice schedule changes, occasional weekend and holiday work, brief at-sea periods while supporting AMT as well as new construction AEGIS Test Teams, Ballistic Missile Defense Test Program, and FCS Readiness Assessments during breaks in the AMT schedule.
When not supporting the AMT test program, the successful candidate will be expected to support business and TDY travel to all locations domestic and international that AEGIS ships might operate to provide MK99 Fire Control System subject matter expertise while troubleshooting and repairing equipment casualties and training Sailors/Technicians during FCS maintenance and troubleshooting efforts.
Travel locations outside Norfolk include, but are not limited to: Yokosuka, Japan; Chinhae, South Korea; Rota, Spain; Pearl Harbor, HI; Pascagoula, MS; Everett, WA; Mayport, FL; San Diego, CA; and Bath, ME.
The successful candidate will possess a knowledge of the MK99 Fire Control system Equipment Group, MK99 Fire Control System equipment safety and standard operation procedures, Planned Maintenance System (PMS) procedures and a thorough understanding of digital, analog, and microwave test practices. The ability to work in a diverse corporate/cultural team environment is required. Excellent technical writing skills are required.
Candidate should possess strong personal computing skills to include experience with Microsoft Office applications.
Basic Qualifications Experience repairing/maintaining electrical, mechanical and electronics equipment. Ability to read and interpret equipment upgrade/repair instructions Shipboard Electrical and Mechanical Hardware identification/awareness Basic knowledge Microsoft Office programs Familiarity with basic Personal Protection Equipment Good organizational skills/Detail oriented Must be able to work in a multi-corporate team environment, possess strong communication skills and display solid personal computer skills to include MS Office applications. Proven successful experience as a MK99 FCS equipment group technician. Must have proven successful experience using the Operational Readiness Test System (ORTS) in support of equipment testing and maintenance as well as standard test equipment to include Volt Ohm Meter, Differential Volt Meter, High Voltage Probe, Oscilloscope, Spectrum analyzer, and RF Power Meter.
Desired skills US Navy 2M and 3M training Ability to read to and interpret equipment drawings, Wire Connection Lists, and Installation Control Drawings Post high school education in a scientific or technical field of study. MK99 Fire Control System experience in any of the following is a plus: TSRA, AMOD, BMD, Combat System Equipment Installation Engineering, US Navy equipment change installation (FC, ECP, ORDALT, Ship Alt, FMB), Wire wrap. Aegis Weapon system (AWS) support systems (Dry Air, Cooling Skids, 400Hz Frequency Converters).
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Job Location(s): Norfolk Virginia