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Corrosion Control Inspector
Functional Responsibilities including Principal Duties: Provide Contractor Engineering Technical Services (CETS) to various Fleet shore activities for the purpose of informing, instructing, and training Navy, Marine Corps military and civilian personnel to be proficient in the prevention, inspection, and treatment of corrosion. Provide on-site and on-call technical and logistics support to Department of Defense (DoD) personnel relating to corrosion analysis and recommendations for changes and improvements to equipment, operation, maintenance, training, and failure mode analysis for weapons systems/equipment affected by corrosion.
Labor Qualifications: Education: High School Diploma or GED and Technical Training in a Relevant Technical Field. Optional sources include Navy “A” and/or “C” schools or service equivalent schools; accredited vocational education institutions; and OEM/factory technical training programs related to the system(s)/equipment being supported. Background/Experience: At least five (5) years of practical (hands-on) experience within the past (7) years. Experience should be in direct support of the systems and/or equipment defined in the position. Two (2) years of this experience must have been at or above the military E5 level or the non-military equivalent. Non-military equivalent experience level is at or above senior journeyman level, Senior Electronics or Engineering Technician level, etc.
Preferred Experiences: Services include on and off-site training, technical guidance and advice to resolve unusually complex technical problems. NATEC requires Corrosion Control CETS in support of the F-18, H-60, E-2, C-2, H-1, H-53, V-22, P-3, P-8, C-130, AV-8B, F-35, and EA-6B series aircraft systems and sub-systems
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