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Field Technician

Hydroid, Inc.

Installs, operates, maintains, repairs and modifies equipment. Performs a variety of maintenance and technical support on products such as equipment, integrated systems and subsystems, and software at customer and/or field locations. Analyzes and evaluates products and related performance

•Provides testing per specific test procedures by using measuring instruments and computer test programs for vehicle systems or products. •Provides customer support and training for new and existing customers both in house and in the field. •Supports the production and manufacturing functions. •Supports the production and assembly of test boards. •Maintains vehicle repairs, upgrades and execution of test procedures in new and existing vehicles. •Have routine computer skills (directory structure, hyperterm, applications). •Performs pre-mission tasks (vehicle mission programming, vehicle checkout). Be able to recognize when something is out of spec. •Performs post mission data download and analysis •Performs level "one" troubleshooting; visual inspection, use of DVM, basic schematic reading. •Leads normal vehicle systems field operations for testing. Design mission to perform needed tasks and get best information out of it. Have a good grasp on what to do if things do NOT go right. •Documents test results with appropriate information in a complete manner and communicate to all required. •Reads and interprets specific test procedures to properly perform and document test results. •Performs all job responsibilities in support of Product Quality Standards. •Communicates all design problems and “bugs” to the correct areas within the organization. •Travel: Local sea/boat testing at 25-40%, customer-site training is as required at 1-2 weeks per trip, rotational posting of 3 months possible. •Must be able to work in the field unsupervised. •Other duties as assigned.

Troubleshoots and diagnoses malfunctions to eliminate problem in minimum time. Installs, upgrades and removes products ensuring coordinative engineering field change. Maintains effective customer communications, relations, and provides onsite training.

Minimum Qualifications

AA Degree in related discipline or two years related experience. Must have an active secret clearance

Preferred Requirements

  • •Knowledge of Microsoft Word; Microsoft Excel; AutoCAD; Orcad and Internet Explorer.
  • •The ideal candidate is an individual that can work in a fast-paced environment; with a high attention to detail, excellent problem-solving skills, ability to multi-task and enthusiastic attitude.
  • •Electrical/electronic/circuitry background, capable of independent troubleshooting/repair.
  • Must have a secret security clearance

Physical Requirements

May require working in an industrial or shipboard environment. Normally not required to lift more than 40 pounds higher than three feet above feet/floor level. May encounter extremes of temperature, pollution, humidity, noise, and other environmental factors while collecting data, observing performance of task teams.

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