- This occupation requires the fabrication and assembly of electrical and electronic parts, materials, hardware, wiring harnesses, components and sub-assemblies into completed assemblies in the manufacture and modification of electrical, electronic electro-mechanical equipment, consoles, racks, etc. Reliability, communications skills, workmanship, and good judgment are essential traits.
- AEEs at all levels are expected to perform work at increasing levels of skill and complexity as they gain experience.
JOB DUTIES: Responsible for, but not limited to:
- Enter and retrieve data into and from various computer systems.
- Ability to interpret electrical-electronic terminology, symbols, codes, etc. while working from various work instructions, drawings, and standard assembly procedures, etc.
- Perform all basic tasks required in the electrical and electronic occupations such as soldering, lugging, string tying, and operation of wire, circo, wave solder equipment, etc.
- Fabricate and assemble all types of electrical, electronic and electro-mechanical equipment, parts, materials, hardware, wire, wire bundles, printed wiring board assemblies, etc. and their associated equipment into subassemblies and complete assemblies.
- Determine wire routing and assembly sequence on racks, consoles, panels, boxes, etc. that are similar in construction and design to previously fabricated units.
- Work first articles racks, consoles, panels, boxes, etc. where wire routing will not be predetermined.
- Route and fabricate single or multi-wire harnesses for formboards per drawing and work instructions.
- Performs troubleshooting, test checks (continuity, bonding, etc.) reworks and modification changes requiring the same level of skills as defined in the classification.
- Performs other work as assigned that is incremental to primary job duties or other assigned work that may be performed safely using commonly available tools.
- Accountable for tools, equipment and clean work area.
- Obtain and maintain certifications essential to accomplish required work.
- Employees assigned a Product quality Verification (PQV) Level II stamp must inspect and accept their own work and other non-certified and certified employees’ work, stating the product meets all specifications. Level I employees must inspect and accept their own work
- Assist higher rated employees with job duties/performance.
TOOLS, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT:
- Employees in this classification may work with all tools, machines, materials, equipment and instruments required to perform job duties.
- Management may determine that specific training or certifications are required for certain work, jobs, tools, equipment, or assignments.
- Normally requires two (1-2) years in various types of electrical-electronic fabrication and assembly.
- Must have good visual and color perception and good manual dexterity.
- Requires Product Quality Verification (PQV) Level II certification or must be able to become PQV Level II certified within 180 days.
- Requires the ability to read and write in English. A detailed analysis of essential job function physical and environmental factors is on file in the Human Resources Department and the First Aid Center.
- Ability to utilize computer.
This position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Security Clearance which requires U.S. Citizenship.