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Electronic Technician III - EMBD

Position Title: Electronic Technician III - EMBD Work Location: Chesapeake, VA FLSA Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt REQ#23_005166C Summary of duties – Electronic Tech III must possess minimum higher educational requirements, a thorough understanding of electricity / electronics along with accelerated wiring skills. Must also be comprehensively familiar with installation processes, the use of common / specialty hand tools, and the use of general-purpose test equipment. Tasks are accomplished as assigned by the Installation Supervisor and in accordance with company work instructions / NAVSEA standard items. Periodically required to lift/move equipment up to and including 50 pounds. Additional duties and / or responsibilities of other positions may also be assigned for which qualifications are met to include Installation Supervisor on routine or low risk installations. Specific description of duties – Also must be extremely familiar with systems removal and installation to include but not limited to: HVAC ducting, piping etc Cabling (copper and fiber) Equipment racks Lockers / Furniture Fiddle boards Connection boxes Power panels Lighting Antennas / Radomes Foundations Waveguide Decking Multi pin / Fiber Optic / RF and other type connectors Cable tags / Wire markers Problem Solving / Troubleshooting Provide installation assistance during SOVT All overtime to be approved in advance by the COR OCONUS and CONUS Travel will be required Perform any other assignments or tasks as needed or requested by management to assist in accomplishing the organization’s mission, objectives and goals. Education / Specialized training – High School diploma or GED mandatory Associates degree or Bachelor's degree in relatable electrical / electronic field with two years practical hands on experience. Military schooling, depending on scope and relevance of training, may also suffice. Non-degreed personnel may qualify, depending on depth of electrical / electronic knowledge and experience, however must have a minimum of five years technical experience in installation, modification, field change, systems operation, maintenance, testing, troubleshooting and or repair of various military combat systems. Experience with electronic test equipment such as: Digital Multi-meters and Oscilloscopes Experience in advanced electronics trouble shooting Experience and a working knowledge of wiring diagrams, schematics, and technical documentation. Knowledge of the operation and mechanics of the shipboard Damage Control and the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Detection Systems. Ability to travel up to 50% of the time - CONUS and OCONUS Must have or be eligible for forklift operator’s license. Security Clearance: Must have or be eligible for a secret security clearance. Certifications/Licenses (as required for the task being performed) Cableway certification Fire watch certification Multi-pin connector certification Fiber Optic connector certification Possession of a valid State Driver’s License is required Additional Skills and Other Notes - This position is specific to the CBRND contract therefore these additional skills and notes apply. Duties include the installation, repair, maintenance and technical support of Biological Detection equipment installed on Navy ships. The staff member will support the Navy R22 Biological Detection Program Lead (PL) with specialized technical support and logistical expertise. Security Clearance – Secret Clearance required. Exhibits strong reporting and administrative writing skills. Demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.) Demonstrates strong organization and communication skills. Demonstrates experience with Navy Supply or similar warehouse operations. Knowledge of Navy Damage Control equipment. Familiarity with FedEx and DLA shipping procedures. Training certifications or equivalent experience in the following preferred: web-based inventory management (CMPRO); HAZMAT shipping; DRMO. Perform Installation, scheduled & unscheduled maintenance, and periodic testing of fielded Biological Detection systems Strong ability to diagnose/troubleshoot electronic/mechanical equipment and return equipment to a fully operational status Receive, store, issue and inventory parts as directed Understanding of US Navy Planned Maintenance System (PMS) Ability to be flexible with workload demands and changing requirements. Demonstrated quick responsiveness to urgent tasking and an inherent ability to reassess and reprioritize activities based on client needs is a plus. Ability to identify systematic problem trends and/or recurring quality issues and provide feedback to program management Self-motivated, high-energy person with excellent verbal and written communications skills. Ability to be flexible with workload demands and changing requirements. Demonstrated quick responsiveness to urgent tasking and an inherent ability to reassess and reprioritize activities based on client needs is a plus. Experience working complex, multi-faceted, time urgent projects a plus Ability to travel to overseas or domestic locations as required. Proficient in the use of databases and spreadsheets Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs Sole US Citizenship with the eligibility to obtain and maintain DOD Secret Security Clearance and to obtain Department of Homeland Security Suitability. Minimum Experience required of 2-6 years for technical work Physical/Environmental Job Requirements – Physical requirements include the following: Lifting/moving up to and including 50 pounds Routinely climbing several flights of stairs Performing tasks in confined spaces The work will primarily be conducted at BLDG X-132 at NAVSTA Norfolk, VA. However, may require occasional visits aboard Navy Ships. Company Overview: Prism Maritime, LLC is a premier maritime service provider for Alteration Installation Team (AIT) and Modernization related Services in support of US Maritime and Shore-based clients. Prism Maritime is a privately held business headquartered in Chesapeake, VA, with offices in San Diego and Ventura, CA. Established in 2006, Prism Maritime currently employs over 250 professionals and maintains an ISO 9001-2015 certified Quality Management System. Prism Maritime is an EEO/AA employer. We invite resumes from all interested parties without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, genetic information, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law. U.S. citizenship is required for most positions. If you need special assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment with us, please email or call: 757-460-8800. To Apply: Visit and click on Careers>Job Openings All applications are active for 90 calendar days. After 90 days you must re-apply to still be considered for this position.

Category: Electronic Engineer

NOTE: The following description is a GENERAL Overview of this career and not a description of a particular job posting.

Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacturing of electrical equipment such as electric motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems, and power generation equipment. Electronics engineers design and develop electronic equipment, such as broadcast and communications systems—from portable music players to global positioning systems (GPS).
Bachelor's degree in Electrical or Electronic Engineering, or equivalent experience
Minimum Qualifications
Minimum of 5 years experience in electronic systems development
Bachelors degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering or equivalent experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to develop schematics, layouts, BOM, write technical specifications, develop device and system level specification for internal use and/or external vendors or consultants

Experience in the Following:
Design of complex power systems, analog/digital, PLC, sensory/control circuits
Experience working with electro/mechanical technicians for parts and system integration
Interface with outside vendors, consultants, and driving external design resources
Proficiency in development of schematics and layouts
Proficiency in use of AutoCAD and or Inventor 3D modeling and collaboration
Knowledge of electrical codes and related regulations
Organize, analyze, interpret, and evaluate electrical engineering problems and prediction of results
Estimate labor or material costs from blueprints or work plans
Work cooperatively with others
Review or check the work products of others to ensure conformance to standards