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Author Topic: TECH WRITER JOB AT AFPSL  (Read 2863 times)

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TECH WRITER JOB AT AFPSL
« on: 08-28-2008 -- 16:48:27 »
POSITION TITLE: Technical Writer

LOCATION: AFPSL, Heath, Ohio

SUPERVISOR: Technical Order Department Manager

POSITION CLASSIFICATION:   Non-Exempt

HOURS:   8am-5pm, Monday-Friday (Some overtime may be required)

JOB SUMMARY

The Technical Writer is responsible for the development and documentation of procedures for calibration technical orders for AFPSL and the U. S.  Air Force. 

BASIC REQUIREMENTS:   

•Completion of the DOD Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL) School.
•Minimum of five years of work experience in a U. S.  Air Force PMEL
•Experience with U. S.  Air Force Calibration Procedure Technical Orders
•Understanding of the U. S.  Air Force Equipment Management System and Federal Supply System.   
•Proficient with Microsoft® WORD™ and EXCEL™. 
•Excellent working knowledge of metrology and calibration principles, practices and issues in the RF/Microwave (K3/K4) section.  Particularly in the areas of Signal Generators, Spectrum Analyzers, Oscilloscopes, Electronic Counters and Network Analyzers.
•Understanding of metrology mathematical skills, including the ability to calculate test accuracy ratios/test uncertainty ratios, root sum squared calculations and simple uncertainty analysis.   
•Excellent written and communication skills.
•Excellent documentation skills and customer service skills.
•Excellent attention to detail.
•Demonstrates ability to work independently while meeting deadlines.
•Demonstrates interpersonal and communications skills.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

•Use Air Force PMEL knowledge to develop, write and edit material to develop, write, and edit material for Air Force 33K Series Technical Orders.
•Reads commercial data and other materials to become familiar with specific product technologies and calibration methods.
•Organizes material and completes writing assignment in accordance with set standards regarding order, clarity, conciseness, style, and terminology.
•Provides customer support to Air Force PMELs regarding technical issues on 33K Series Technical Orders.
•Coordinates Technical Order development and changes with Air Force Metrology and Calibration (AFMETCAL).

NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

•Perform other related duties as assigned.

Resumes will be excepted by e-mail at eddie.young@afmetcal.af.mil

 

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