R&P Technologies, LLC

Technician Supervisor

Job Locations US-FL
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/17/2018 3:06 PM)
Job ID
2018-1055
# of Openings
1
Category
Ship Repair Technician

Overview

We are looking for a marine electrician / technician level II to fill a full-time position undertaking a variety of tasks relating to the installation, repair and troubleshooting of electrical and electronic equipment onboard US Navy ships in Jacksonville, Fl. We support several different ship classes and types at various Navy installations around the United States coastal areas, but this postition would primarily support the LCS class. This position will involve the installation of electrical cabling, building various electrical connectors, fiber optic connectors, Installation of hardware, troubleshooting malfunctions in several different electrical and electronic systems, interfacing with Navy and government representitives, and running small teams of personnel. Due to the high amount of risk pertaining to this job, electricians must be first and foremost responsible individuals with great attention to safety precautions. The ideal candidate must be willing to learn different kinds of electrical devices and systems. Prior shipboard experience is preferred, but not required. Prior supervisor expirience is required.

Compensation

  • $22-$25 per hour (varies based on level of experience)
  • 401K
  • Health, Dental, Vision, life insurance
  • Paid vacations

Responsibilities

  • Lead the execution of electrical installations for many different electrical and electronic systems such as lighting, announcing, 115V/440V electrical plant equipment, Uninterrupted Power Supply equipment, Audio/Video equipment, Antenna systems and many others
  • Install electrical cabinets, fixtures and equipment for various electrical systems
  • Install safety and distribution components (e.g. switches, resistors, circuit-breaker panels etc.)
  • Connect wiring in electrical circuits and networks using various MIL-SPEC connectors
  • Pull in cables of various lengths and sizes to accommodate system connections
  • Run shipboard availabilities with a small crew.

Qualifications

 

  • Excellent critical thinking and problem-solving ability
  • Excellent physical condition with the ability to lift 50 pounds on your own
  • Willingness to travel to various locations in support of ship maintenance availabilities
  • Flexibility with regards to scheduling and planned support due to constant Navy movement
  • Thorough knowledge of safety procedures and guidelines
  • Ability to obtain and maintain Navy DBIDS security credentials
  • Valid Security Clearance, or the ability to qualify and maintain one
  • Must be able to work in confined spaces
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • OSHA 10 required or willing to obtain
  • Must be PUNCTUAL AND RELIABLE
  • Must be able to work a schedule Monday – Friday 40hrs plus flexible to work weekends as well

 

 

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