Principle Electrical Engineering Technician

Principle Electrical Engineering TechnicianHunt Valley, MDApplySaveType:ContractCategory:EngineeringJob ID:86516Date Posted:01/04/2016Principle Electrical Engineer Technician Hunt Valley, MD 21030System One is currently seeking a Principle Electrical Engineering Technician to work onsite with our client, a leading provider of unmanned systems, in Hunt Valley, Maryland. The Engineering Technician will be responsible for running detailed procedures to configure firmware and load software with proven Linux operating system experience. Dont miss out on this excellent opportunity and apply today!Job Requirements: Associates degree in related field preferredORHigh school diploma/GED required with related technical training and prior experience (minimum 6 years experience). Proven LINUX operating system experience including: Ability to run detailed procedures to configure firmware and load software Test and Troubleshoot issues, RF Experience, and run Acceptance Test Procedures Knowledge of Ohm's law, analog, digital and RF circuitry. Ability to read/interpret schematics, assembly drawings, parts lists and wire data lists. Ability to operate test equipment such as: ohmmeters, digital voltmeters, generators, counters, oscilloscopes, and personal computers.This position requires use of information which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and/or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)., Non-U.S. persons selected must meet eligibility requirements for access to export-restricted information. , The ITAR/EAR defines a US person as a US Citizen, US Permanent Resident (ie 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee. Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements, including US Citizenship, for access to classified information.ApplySave

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