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Air National Guard Units AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN in Kirtland AFB, New Mexico

Summary THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION. NEW MEXICO AIR NATIONAL GUARD *You must be a member of the New Mexico Air National Guard to be eligible for this position This National Guard position is for a AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN, Position Description Number D1549P01 and is part of the NM 150th SOW Maintenance Group, National Guard. Responsibilities This position is located in the Electro Environmental Shop in the Component Repair Branch of the Aircraft Maintenance Squadron in an Air National Guard Flying Wing, employing F-15, F-16 and C-130J, F-22, F-35, A-10, C-17, C-27J aircraft. The position functions to analyze malfunctions, troubleshoot, remove, install, repair, modify, maintain, test, align, calibrate and certify the components of the aircraft electrical system the electronically and pneumatically controlled environmental system, and associated test equipment, and to certify these systems are air worthy, by intensive inspections of the Electrical/Electronic and Environmental System and peripherals. Performs functional tests, analyzes performance and troubleshoots the electronic, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and mechanical functions of the subsystems integrated into the digital brake/antiskid system, maintenance annunciation panel (MAP) system of the integrated main generator, standby generator, emergency generator, flight control power, AC/DC power distribution and sub-systems integrated into the electronic/electrical and environmental systems. Interprets analog and digital operational and output characteristics and results from the Maintenance Annunciation Panel (M.A.P.), onboard computers, aircrew debriefings and specialized test equipment. The electrical system includes the electrical power generation and distribution system, the fire detection and extinguishing system, the ice and rain protection system, the landing gear system, the interior and exterior lighting system, the oxygen generation and distribution system, and the auxiliary power system. The environmental system includes compression, distribution, pressurization, heating, cooling, temperature control, moisture/air contamination control, and liquid cooling requirements. Removes, repairs, calibrates, installs, aligns, inspects, and conducts operational performance checkouts on the components of the electronic/electrical and environmental systems. Analyzes malfunctions using schematics, logic and wiring diagrams, computer data, and factory drawings. Performs recurring inspections and system tests of the life support and the electronic/electrical and environmental system to certify aircraft are ready for flight. Modifies and updates electrical and environmental support equipment according to applicable technical publications. Maintains and operates various types of test equipment such as oscilloscopes, diagnostic computers, digital and analog multi-meters, constant speed drive test stands, voltmeters, ammeters, etc. Performs precise and advanced wiring maintenance procedures on aircraft. Utilizes computer data and specialized test equipment to interpret equipment analog/digital operational characteristics to isolate malfunctions in the appropriate sub-systems. Interprets electronic terms and symbols, and applies a variety of electronic formulas, tables and charts in order to perform fault isolation and repairs to systems and sub-systems, such as the 1553 data bus's, BUS Interface Unit (BIU), BUS Adapter Unit (BAU), F-16 Electrical Multiplexing System (EMUX), the C130J Enhanced Cargo Handling/Arial Delivery System (ECHS/ADS) and the F-15 Engine Modification from the PW100-200 to the PW100-220 which incorporates a Digital Electronic Engine Control (DEEC). Processes and accounts for supply assets in the repairable processing system to maintain aircraft records, inspection records, and equipment maintenance in computer systems (CAMS). Documents maintenance actions and man-hour expenditures on maintenance forms and computer systems. Clears Red X symbols on maintenance forms as authorized, and performs electronic/electrical and environmental system debriefing of aircrews. Inspects, tests and performs operative maintenance on cryogenic and gaseous oxygen and nitrogen servicing equipment. Is able to provide a thorough inspection of the complete electronic/electrical and environmental, and other systems, of the aircraft during special and phase inspections. Complies with safety, fire, security, and housekeeping regulations. Ensures that material, equipment and components are properly stored, protected and maintained. Performs other duties as assigned. Requirements Conditions of Employment Qualifications Military Grades: Enlisted (E-6 and below) Compatible Military Assignments: AFSC: 2AXXX willing to cross train into 2A6X6 GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Experience or training which has provided a knowledge and skill in locating and tying in the electrical systems with the aircraft armament, electronics, and instrument systems; adjusting and calibrating the components of the various electrical systems; reading and interpreting blueprints, wiring diagrams and schematics. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: WG-05/08 - Experience or training in installing, maintaining and repairing aircraft electrical systems. Experience which demonstrates the ability to diagnose and determine repairs. Experience in the use of common hand tools and measuring equipment. Experience which provided ability to lay out, set up and perform operations dependent on electrical and electronic theory and instruments. WG-11- Experience or training installing, maintaining, repairing and modifying electrical systems and major substation components of electrical system. Experience diagnosing malfunctions and determining remedy when complex relationships exists among different electrical system circuits requiring knowledge of all electrical units and systems. Experience making electrical repairs that require the use of precision measuring equipment and common hand tools. Experience in the setup and operation of computerized multiple circuit analyzing equipment in manual, semiautomatic, or automatic mode to run existing and new (not fully debugged) diagnostic programs to test and analyze aircraft electrical circuitry and interconnecting cabling of systems such as navigational computers, radar, and related equipment and to repair discrepancies. Education Additional Information If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/1959 and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency (https://www.sss.gov/RegVer/wfRegistration.aspx). If you are unable to apply online or need to fax a document you do not have in electronic form, view the following link for information regarding an Alternate Application.

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