Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc. has a job opportunity for a full time Electro-Hydraulic Equipment Electrical Technician (ET-IV) in Mayport, FL.
Summary: The Electro-Hydraulic Equipment Electrical Technician will provide troubleshooting, repair, assessment, and testing of US Navy shipboard electro-hydraulic equipment: steering systems, anchor windlass and capstans, as well as, boat davits.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Provide technical support for the evaluation and correction of Fleet HM&E equipment/system casualties and provide technical assistance for repairs or replacement of malfunctioning or failed components, units or subsystems.
- Provide troubleshooting, isolation, correction, and functional testing of HM&E electrical systems/equipment and return to fully operational condition.
- Provide On-Site (OS) and Distance Support (DS) technical assistance for ship HM&E related equipment casualties and repairs.
- Provide logistics support in instances where parts may be required or Allowable Parts Lists (APL) are not correct/complete.
- Train ship’s force personnel in the operation, maintenance, and logistics support of specific equipment.
- Prepare written debriefs to Government reps as required.
- Support and utilize current government software systems (TAAS-Info/MFOM/NMD) to track problems with associated equipment/systems and conduct analysis.
- Perform assessments of shipboard equipment and systems as defined by ICMP, TSRA, or INSURV guidelines. Draft assessment standards as required.
- Perform logistics support in instances where parts may be required or APLs are not correct/complete.
- Identify changes necessary to Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRCs), technical manuals, drawings or other documentation.
- Utilize TAAS-Info and Material Assessment Forms (MAFs) to document assessment findings.
- Perform shipboard ILS validations and verifications, review logistic documentation and submit OPNAV4790/CK forms to document configuration changes, including Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List (COSAL) reviews for proper APL coverage.
- Assist in updating ship’s Current Ship’s Maintenance Plan (CSMP) with validated deferrals in accordance with specified uploading procedures.
- Assist in identifying and locating, material, and specialized tools required for routine periodic and specialized maintenance actions.
- Use appropriate measuring equipment as required to obtain data for evaluation.
- Interprets wiring diagrams, control schematics and plans and the ability as Subject Matter Expert (SME) to troubleshoot, analyze and provide distance support for listed electrical equipment.
- Observes all safety standards.
- May require travel 10% or greater both CONUS and OCONUS.
- May require overtime.
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Minimum three years (3) of “journeyman level” experience within the last five years (5) independently or leading a team of technicians troubleshooting, repairing, or testing US Navy ship structural, mechanical, or electrical equipment/systems.
- Documented experience utilizing workload databases such as MS Office, Navy Maintenance Database (NMD), Electronic Departure from specification (eDFS), and TAAS-Info.
- Specialized electrical experience in the assessment and oversight of repairs on US Navy shipboard electro-hydraulic equipment: steering systems, anchor windlass and capstans, as well as, boat davits.
- Must demonstrate the ability to interpret naval engineering drawings and piping diagrams.
- Functional knowledge of MS Office Suite.
- Pursuant to the various government contractual requirements, all applicants must be U.S. Citizens.
- Must currently possess an active SECRET clearance.
- Must be able to lift, carry and transport heavy equipment and boxes. The exact weight requirements will be determined by the specific job, but no less than 30 lbs.
- Able to work on and climb ladders.
- Able to work in extreme temperature environments, aboard ships, in shipyards, under industrial conditions and in confined spaces.
- Able to perform other duties as required which may involve high heat, humidity, noise and dirty conditions, working aloft or over the sides of vessels.
- May ride ships at sea for extended periods.
- May require wearing a respirator.
- Most work is performed aboard ships or in industrial conditions.
- Travel may be required within and outside of the continental United States.