KC-46 Simulator Maintenance Technician II

Date: Jan 8, 2019
Location:McConnell AFB, KS, US, 67221
Company: FlightSafety International
Requisition 9362
Location: McConnell AFB, KS McConnell AFB , Kansas 67221 , United States (US)
Position Purpose:
The Simulator Maintenance Technician II is responsible for analyzing malfunctions and performing repair, calibration, inspection, overhaul, modification, re-programming, maintenance support and operation of simulators, trainers, computers and digital image visual systems.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Perform all inspections of trainers.
Repair KC-46 ATS Aircrew Training Devices (ATD) and related equipment.
Operate ATDs at all aircrew/instructor positions to evaluate operation of all systems.
Analyze/repair discrepancies noted during preflight or reported by instructors/aircrew.
Visually inspect complete simulator device (computer and peripheral) for loose connections, leaks, and defective components.
Accomplish preventive maintenance functions on a continuous basis and replace defective components, as required.
Perform overhaul of components, as necessary.
Coordinate maintenance activities to achieve maximum utilization of trainers.
Trouble-shoot malfunctions and isolate defective systems.
Repair, replace, calibrate, adjust, and modify trainer/computer components.
Bench-check unserviceable units and determine need for adjustment or disassembly.
Disassemble trainer assemblies, detect faulty parts, and replace faulty parts with new or locally manufactured parts, and then reinstall required equipment.
Install redesigned or additional components, reroute existing wires or add new wiring circuits, make program changes, and load program into the computers.
Perform final calibration and functional tests.
Knowledge, Skill and Ability:
Morally and ethically influence others to successfully achieve program goals.
Fluently read, write, speak, and understand English.
Display excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrate ability to work with minimum supervision and in conjunction with other personnel.
Display ability to exercise good judgment and to assume responsibility for accuracy and completeness of work.
Display ability to repair, overhaul, rebuild, align, and adjust complete multi-systems.
Demonstrate and apply comprehensive knowledge of all major units of the complete multi-system to achieve operating specifications.
Successfully determine proper sequence of operations and start point for sequential operations, in order, to pinpoint areas of malfunction.
Possess and maintain extensive practical knowledge of the theories and practices of electronic circuits, computer theory, hydraulic or pneumatic control and power systems, and many other areas covering a wide range of system applications.
Possess a basic knowledge of mathematics, including trigonometry, to calculate power relationships, signal phasing, etc.
Display ability to interpret drawings for multi-system complexes.
Identify and isolate malfunctions of complete multiple integrated systems and determine the methods of repair.
Currently possess, or demonstrate the ability to obtain, a SECRET clearance.
Education or Formal Training:
High School diploma or equivalent and completion of a civilian or military basic electronics program are required. BSEE or BSME degree is highly desired.
Three to five years experience as a Flight Simulator Technician or equivalent is desired, with a demonstrated ability to troubleshoot complex non-routine problems.
Experience should include component level test and repair of microprocessor-controlled equipment.
Experience should include component level test and repair of microprocessor-controlled equipment and working knowledge of UNIX and FORTRAN languages.
FlightSafety is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled.

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