Lockheed Martin Field Engineer/ Early Career in San Diego, California
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To become an integral part of a highly valued Field Engineering team to implement the execution of annual performance verification testing for the LM-STAR® product line.
To coordinate and schedule traveling to designated sites, to/from CONUS location, to perform annual performance verification testing at both the Standard Performance (PERF) level of testing and the Calibration and Measurement Requirements Summary (CMRS) where and when applicable.
Must be able to effectively utilize technical and engineering data to perform problem analysis and troubleshooting to the lowest applicable hardware level to restore normal operational availability.
Be accountable in the control and maintenance of all provided system test kit materials to include cables and adapters. In addition, proper handling and calibration/maintenance of all required support equipment needed to perform the job.
Create and maintain all performance and maintenance records within the Automated Depot Information System (ADIS) database in a timely and accurate manner. Uses ADIS to order, receive and ship LM-STAR® functional assets from and to the PBL-Supplied Depot in LM-TLS, Orlando, FL.
Willingness to travel to a wide number of LM-STAR® locations in designated regional areas of the United States.
Willingness to be flexible in performance of the work schedule and ability to work either first or second shift as the mission requires.
Be a proactive, energetic, and contributing Team Member as well as have the ability to work independently of others.
Provide on-site support as requested by the Supplier, FE Manager or Program Management.
Be aware of the processes and procedures involved with handling of classified assets to and from secure lab locations and execution in accordance with local declassification procedures for those assets.
Familiar with the LMSTAR.com web site reporting systems and entering of the data for weekly FSR Reports and Daily Operating Hours as required
Basic Qualifications Proficient computer skills, particularly with troubleshooting both computer hardware and software deficiencies and to execute software rebuild/reinstall procedures.
Be able to physically handle up to 30 pounds in removing/installing assets in the LM-STAR® Test Station and Interface Test Adapters (ITAs) and Support Equipment.
Understand technical drawings and diagrams and be able to translate them to hardware assemblies within the test station.
Effective oral/written communication skills.
Flexible, team-player with ability to work high volume and multi-task activities within assigned time constraints.
Comfortable with change and willingness to adapt to change. Able to travel, sometimes on short notice.
Demonstrated ability to work independently with limited supervision.
Ability to get and maintain a Secret Clearance. This requires US Citizenship.
Desired skills LM-STAR® experience with execution of OPERS/PERFS test routines and maintenance troubleshooting abilities.
Knowledge and understanding of both the Digital and RF configurations of the LM-STAR® Test Station.
Automated Test Equipment maintenance/test integration knowledge and experience desired to include: EQUATE/EETF from the US Army and/or civilian professional environment; CASS from the US Navy and/or civilian professional environment.
Understanding of Automatic Test Systems (ATS) and functional interaction between Operating System software, Test Program Set (TPS) software and hardware and test system hardware.
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Job Location(s): San Diego California