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3083: Electrical Technician II
Position Code3083
Job StatusFull Time
LocationJacksonville, FL
DivisionTech Services - Manufacturing
DepartmentTraining Device Manufacturing
Job Summary: This position is eligible for a $1,000 sign-on bonus. 

Electrical Technician level II perform intermediate level tasks to include, manufacturing, predictive, and corrective task on electrical equipment systems. Work involves responsibility for the performance of a variety of intermediate level maintenance tasks that directly support the efficient and safe operation of manufactured electrical systems and circuity. Work is primarily electrical in nature but may include some simulation and mechanical duties. Work assignments include the independent performance of intermediate level tasks to include, inspection of operating systems and performance of electrical equipment and systems, installation of electrical components and circuits, intermediate level troubleshooting and corrective actions, and assisting others in performing advanced corrective tasks on electrical equipment and systems. Work also involves executing specific instructions from Level III Electricians or Supervisor. All work is inspected while in progress and upon completion for quality, effectiveness and safety.

Essential Job Functions:

• Plan and organize work assignments for production efficiency and minimizing cost.
• Complete assigned tasks to support production efficiency.
• Complete assigned tasks by interpreting electrical schematics, drawings and manufacturer supplied data.
• Assist in the installations of power and lighting circuits, distribution circuits, and wiring runs.
• Use a variety of electrical measuring and diagnostic equipment.
• Perform diagnostic and repair of electrical systems as required.
• Use specialized tools, fixtures, and equipment to complete assigned task.
• May be required to travel to onsite locations in support of delivery, and modifications.
• Must be capable of safely handling government furnished equipment.
• Must be available to work a standard weekly schedule with overtime as required.
• Performs other duties as required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Required to have a thorough knowledge of electrical doctrines as related to electrical systems.
• Possess a thorough understanding of operational theory of electrical power systems.
• Possess a thorough degree of understanding in interpreting electrical schematics, drawings and manufacturer supplied data.
• Exhibits a thorough level of ability in the diagnostic trouble shooting of electrical power systems, and electrical circuit wiring.


• High school diploma or GED equivalent.


• Five (5) years of related experience required.
• Experience with aircraft electrical systems preferred.
• Prior experience with Blackhawk or Apache Helicopters is desirable.
• Previous experience with electrical production is well regarded.