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Author Topic: Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II  (Read 4204 times)

Offline Yulista

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Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II
« on: 06-01-2016 -- 18:00:56 »
Y-Tech Services is seeking a PMEL Technician II.  The PMEL Technician II applies comprehensive technical knowledge to solve complex problems by interpreting manufacturer's manuals or similar documents.

 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Once qualified in their training records, PMEL Technicians are responsible for and have the authority to troubleshoot, align, repair, modify, calibrate, and certify TMDE.
PMEL Technicians perform duties as assigned by the PMEL Manager; interface with customers to report and resolve calibration/maintenance issues and limitations; Provide calibration and repair services on electronic, electro-mechanical, physical, dimensional, mechanical, and optical Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) in the assigned Precision Measurement Engineering Laboratory (PMEL).
Serve as alternate PQA evaluators as designated;
And participate in root cause analysis process and corrective action determination meetings as required.
Utilize TMDE to troubleshoot and repair systems and circuit boards to component level, to include surface-mount technology.
Capture test readings using common instruments such as oscilloscopes, digital multi-meters, pulse generators, power meters, torque calibrator, temperature, and pressure measurement devices.
Possess ability to read, interpret, and analyze block, schematic, and wiring diagrams, blueprints, and technical publications.
Operate under immediate supervision and achieve technical guidance, as required, from supervisor or higher-level technician.
Provide technical guidance, if required, to lower level technicians.
The PMEL Technician II may be required to perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization
Job Requirements
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Minimum of four (4) years PMEL or calibration technical experience.
Experience to include inspecting, troubleshooting, repairing, overhauling, aligning, calibrating, and certifying TMDE, and metrology laboratory working standards.
May be required to obtain a security clearance
 
Y-Tech offers an excellent compensation and benefits package.  We are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.  All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disabilities, protected military or veteran status.  To apply for this position, or view all of our job openings, visit us online at www.yulista.com, click on career opportunities.

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Re: Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II
« Reply #1 on: 06-01-2016 -- 19:03:35 »
You did not say where or how much...
Douglas J. Baird, USN(ret),

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Re: Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II
« Reply #2 on: 06-02-2016 -- 16:18:52 »
I just looked, the opening is in Witchitaw Falls, TX. It says its a mid-level career so no idea on how much.

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Re: Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II
« Reply #3 on: 06-04-2016 -- 01:42:35 »
Yulista, Y-Tech, Goldbelt Falcon always pay good. I'd say to expect at least 30/hr plus opt out money.

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Re: Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II
« Reply #4 on: 06-05-2016 -- 02:56:44 »
PM for wage specifics. K1/K8 would be ideal.

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Re: Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II
« Reply #5 on: 06-06-2016 -- 19:54:32 »
It also depends on what the current CBA says unless it's non-union. I haven't seen anything on the pay scale at Sheppard PMEL. Depending on the location, PMEL Tech pay starts anywhere from the low $20s (p/h) to the low 40's. Quite a few of the ACC PMEL lab techs are making $36 p/h + over $7 p/h if you take the medical opt out.

If you plan on working at a contract AF PMEL expect 2-4 ACC audits & 2-3 over the shoulder audits annually as well as an AFMETCAL audit every 2 years. You pretty much live and breath audits.
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Re: Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II
« Reply #6 on: 06-08-2016 -- 02:06:12 »
you got that right. If you don't respond well to questions and people always watching you than this isnt the job for you.
It also depends on what the current CBA says unless it's non-union. I haven't seen anything on the pay scale at Sheppard PMEL. Depending on the location, PMEL Tech pay starts anywhere from the low $20s (p/h) to the low 40's. Quite a few of the ACC PMEL lab techs are making $36 p/h + over $7 p/h if you take the medical opt out.
you got that right. If you have bad nerves and don't respond well to people asking questions and observing you this is not the job for you
If you plan on working at a contract AF PMEL expect 2-4 ACC audits & 2-3 over the shoulder audits annually as well as an AFMETCAL audit every 2 years. You pretty much live and breath audits.

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Re: Y-Tech is hiring a PMEL Technician II
« Reply #7 on: 06-08-2016 -- 16:06:21 »
The place I used to work at had multiple vendor audit UL and FM audits ISO audits and internal audit. I actually had to tell an auditor to wait one time while I finished up with another auditor. I think Ul came in every other month.

 

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