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Author Topic: PMEL DC/Low Frequency Technician II, Andersen AB, Guam  (Read 952 times)

Offline WDavis

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As a subsidiary of Goldbelt, Inc., Goldbelt Falcon is a an 8(a) Alaska Native Corporation providing scientific, engineering and technical services tailored to the defense, security, aerospace and environmental markets. Goldbelt Falcon is in search of a PMEL Technician located at Andersen AB, Guam.

Position requires experience in metrology principles and calibration as applied to all measurement disciplines. Position requires extensive knowledge in the K1/K8 section of the Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL) and basic knowledge in other lab sections.  This position primarily consists of calibration/repair of the laboratory K1/K8 Test Measurement Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) standards and customer TMDE to include voltage, resistance, current, capacitance, and inductance.  Will assist other calibration sections as workload permits.

Responsibilities include:
Familiarity with metrology principles and techniques, calibration laboratory practices and compliance with applicable directives.
Repair, overhaul, align, calibrate, and certify laboratory working standards and customer TMDE using safe work practices/procedures.
Calibrate/Repair TMDE using TMDE such as DC and AC voltage standards, multi-function calibrators, resistance standards, AC/DC transfer measurement standards, DC and AC current shunts, high accuracy digital multi-meters and general TMDE to include use and calibration of power meters, oscilloscopes, frequency counters, torque, temperature, and pressure TMDE.
Utilize TMDE to troubleshoot and repair systems and circuit boards to component level.
Operate under immediate supervision and receive technical guidance from supervisor or other technicians as needed.
Provide technical guidance to other technicians as needed.
Ability to read, interpret, and analyze block, schematic, wiring diagrams, and technical publications.
Exercise independent judgment in tasks such as circuit analysis, waveform analysis and signal flow.
Perform additional duties as directed by supervisor.

Required Experience:
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
Knowledge of electrical, electronics, electro-mechanical, mechanical, and thermal principles; mathematics and number systems
Knowledge of electrical theory, electronics and/or physics, and operating principles of TMDE
Good organizational skills, with the ability to establish priorities
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
Will be required to obtain a security clearance
High School diploma or equivalent
Proven record of honesty and integrity in all relationships

Desired Skills/Experience:
Experience in a USAF PMEL
Knowledge of the USAF PMEL Automated Management System, the USAF Metrology and Calibration Program, and the USAF Quality System and Quality Program
Computer skills to include use of Microsoft Office (Excel, WORD, Outlook)
Formal USAF PMEL School

If you're interested in this position please apply at the following link:

Offline lrm_2013

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Re: PMEL DC/Low Frequency Technician II, Andersen AB, Guam
« Reply #1 on: 01-03-2019 -- 02:30:35 »
Happy New Year everyone!
Has this position been filled and what is the salary range?
Thank you.


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