SCA Electronics Tech II Job
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Summerville, SC 29483, US
Engineering & Technology
Job Description This position is for an IAS/ATG/OPS/GVS Maintenance Technician. Working alone or in small teams, the Maintenance Technician will perform preventive and corrective maintenance of Independent Alarm Systems, Automatic Tank Gauging Systems, Overfill Protection Systems, or Ground Verification Systems at Department of Defense installations across the United States.
The Maintenance Technician ensures proper operation of fuel accounting, alarm monitoring and controls, and leak detection equipment. Troubleshoots electronic systems and keeps organized, detailed records of work performed. Relocation and extensive travel is required.Required Education, Experience, & Skills Requirements:
Ability to travel 100% (Relocation required)
Ability to acquire and maintain US government security clearance and/or Common Access Card (CAC) should it be required by the position
Ability to acquire and maintain corporate credit card should it be required by the position
Valid state driver's license
Four (4) years of practical experience, to include: electronics repair, maintenance and checkout. One (1) year practical experience in electronics installation. Specific Experience: Three (3) years experience performing removal, integration, fielding, maintenance, testing, and calibration of Automated Fuel Handling Equipment (AFHE), Airfield Refueling Electrical Supervisions and Control Systems (ARES), or Automated Tank Gauging (ATG) automation instrumentation and sensors. Specifically, must have demonstrated expertise in at least two of the following “Series ATG Systems”: Veeder Root TLS (TLS), Ronan (X76CTM), ENRAF 854 Servo, ENRAF 818 STIC, Hectronic Optilevel HLS 3010HF, Barton 3500, GSI-MTG, MTS Level Plus M, Pneumercator TMS3000. Expertise in corrective maintenance on the following communications devices of the ATG systems: Remote Interface Units; Programmable Logic Computers (PLC) such as the Modicon U120, Allen Bradley, and GE Fanuc; Phone switches; Radio Modems; External Modems; Radio equipment.
Preferred Education, Experience, & Skills Preferences:
Experience installing or maintaining industrial control systems
Experience with Government fuel accounting systems (AFHE, FMD, FAS, BSM-E, ATG)
Experience with Automatic Tank Gauging Systems including one or more of the following: Veeder-Root, Ronan, Enraf, Barton, Pneumercator
Experience with Independent Alarm Systems including one or more of the following: Scully, Magnetrol, E&H, Fafnir, Mercoid, Omnitrol, Pneumecator, TLC, Bindicator, Devar, Aggressive Systems, GE Fanuc Programmable Logic Controllers
Experience with Overfill Protection or Ground Verification Systems including one or more of the following: Scully, Varec, Fafnir, GE Fanuc Programmable Logic Controllers
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