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Author Topic: Metrology Technician 2 - (1555)-Marshall Space Flight Center Huntsville, Al  (Read 767 times)

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Job Title
Metrology Technician 2
Career Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Job Type
700 Cal Lab - MSFC, AL 35806 US (Primary)
Job Description



Independently determines and performs operations required to calibrate and certify electronic and physical/dimensional IM&TE, maintaining traceability to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), or by reference to fundamental constants of nature. These calibrations may include, but are not limited to, the following disciplines: electrical, dimensional, thermodynamic, mass, force, pressure, and torque - in both a field and laboratory environment.


Major Duties:


    Utilize calibration methods and techniques based on principles of measurement science, technical analysis of measurement problems, in consideration of accuracy and precision requirements.

    Identify magnitude of error sources contributing to uncertainty of results to determine reliability of measurement process in quantitative terms.

    Diagnose and repair malfunctions in complex IM&TE using theories of operation, block diagrams, schematics, logic trees, and software diagnostics to the component level.

    Provide training to other technicians on metrology principles, resolving technical problems, and complicated electronic theory.

    Inspect measuring and test equipment for preventive maintenance, cleanliness, and safety requirements, analyze and interpret results of measurements and calibrations using mathematical formulas, and document results of measurements and calibrations on calibration certificates and calibration correction charts.

    Other duties include creating calibration procedures, selecting suitable substitution of standard IM&TE, and entering documentation into computer systems.
    This individual shall perform any and all duties assigned by the Laboratory Manager, within their scope of knowledge, in the performance of the contract.



    This position requires an Associate degree in Metrology or Electronics, or equivalent technical training (Military or Civilian) and 5-7 years minimum experience in metrology or a related field, or any equivalent combination of education/experience.
    For our current needs, experience in the disciplines of Radio Frequency (RF) and DC/Low Frequency is preferred. Salary will be commensurate with direct experience, education, and discipline capability. Salary range for this posting is estimated to be $24.47 to $28.50 per hour.
    The Metrology and Calibration Laboratory (MCL) at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) provides NASA/MSFC programs, projects, and infrastructure with advanced metrology and calibration support, assuring NASA maintains the most technically advanced and properly applied measurement concepts and processes.
    The MSFC mission involves science and engineering measurements in many specialized and highly complex disciplines. In many of these supported measurements, the MCL retains the only capability in NASA, and in a few, the only capability in the nation. To meet these needs, our team must maintain technical excellence across a wide range of disciplines, be customer responsive, and willing to meet new challenges that arise daily.
Aerie Aerospace LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected class

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