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Engineering Technician III – HC-130J Avionics (ALC ESB) - Elizabeth city, NC 27909 - US

Job Posting Information
Employer : VectorCSP
Job Title : Engineering Technician III – HC-130J Avionics (ALC ESB)
Location : Elizabeth city, NC 27909 - US
Reference Code : 2497456
Job Type : Direct-Hire / Permanent Full-Time
Minimum Clearance Level : Secret
Date Modified : 03-20-2023
Salary : (not listed)
Additional Salary Information : Based on Experience
Career Level : Experienced (Non-Manager) 5+ Years of Experience
Education Level : Bachelors
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Job Description

VectorCSP is looking for an experienced Engineering Technician III to support the Long Range Surveillance Product Line on the USCG base in Elizabeth City, NC

Job Summary:

The Avionics/Electrical Systems Associate Engineer will perform avionics and electrical system design, development, integration and testing for MRS HC-144 aircraft modification and sustainment programs to include but not limited to: component compatibility/reliability/interoperability, ergonomics/aircraft layout, data transfer, voice communications, software/hardware, wiring drawing/illustration review and approval, equipment selection, acquisition and obsolescence, diminishing manufacturing sources, TEMPEST, laser safety, electromagnetic environmental effects, electrical loading, communication security, system development/prototyping and integration, research, testing and analysis, navigation, flight safety, airworthiness, certification, production, technical documentation, implementation and field support.

Education and Experience:

Secret clearance
Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical or Systems Engineering is desired.
Five (5) to seven (7) years of USCG or DOD systems engineering experience in the areas of technical feasibility, planning, development, prototyping, integration, testing, verification, validation, certification, and sustainment of avionics/electrical systems. Relevant shall be identified as experience obtained within the last fifteen (15) years. A Master's degree in a technical discipline (e.g. Materials, Structures, Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering etc.) will substitute for two (2) years of systems engineering experience.
Experience with HC-144 wiring and avionics/electrical systems is desired.
Shall have experience in aircraft system design and development to include but not limited to: Collins Aerospace CDU 7000, HC-144 Avionics Suite, AC and DC generation/distribution, sensors, pitot static, auto flight/flight director, navigation/communications, engine control, and engine indicating systems.
Shall have experience in identifying, locating and researching USCG or equivalent DHS/DOD, Federal, and industry technical publications, process guides, manuals, instructions and related guidance and instructional documentation necessary for modification, testing, certification and sustainment of MRS aircraft.
Essential Duties:

Assist with the research of existing and potential MRS HC-144 avionics and electrical systems, design solutions, components, interface and performance requirements, operating parameters and related program elements.
Assist with the research of requirements, regulations and statutes necessary to implement airworthiness standards, define and accomplish desired levels of design and certification, define and employ standard aeronautical industry practices, and comply with all USCG engineering standards.
Work with and assist the Avionics/Electrical Systems Engineer as required to address and resolve current, emergent and projected avionics and electrical anomalies impacting any phase of MRS HC-144 upgrade and sustainment.
Participate in an advisory role in planning/progress meetings and technical reviews.
Review all CDRL item submissions for accuracy and make recommendations for approval or improvements.
Participate as an advisor to all test and evaluation events.
Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

Shall be proficient in interpreting, drafting, and reviewing avionics, wiring, electrical diagrams.
Shall be proficient in the use of USCG or equivalent DHS/DOD supply management software to include but not limited to: AMMIS, ACMS, ALMIS and FEDLOG.
Shall have a working knowledge of Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3), TEMPEST, and airworthiness certification requirements for new and upgraded avionics and electrical systems.
Shall be proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office suite programs: Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and know how to use these tools for communication and suitable presentations of research results and recommendations.
To apply, please go to For assistance please contact our Human Resources Department by telephone at (252) 338-4255 or by email,

Vector CSP, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other reasons prohibited under Federal, State or local laws. EOE AA/M/F/D/V.

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