Typical systems include avionics, missiles, weapons controls, aircraft armament, bomb racks, launchers and associated equipment. Electrical duties may include, but are not limited to, removal and installation of components, connectors, and wiring into cabinets, chassis, and console type assemblies. Mechanical duties include, but are not limited to, removal, installation, and adjustment of mechanical parts to precise tolerances. Structural duties may include, but are not limited to, light machining, sheet-metal work, drilling, riveting, and airframe repairs. Must be able to perform duties using pneumatic tools, electric tools, hand tools, and precision measuring equipment. May perform informal, in-process checks on manufactured or processed items to assist authorized formal inspection and/or test personnel in determining product validation or assist other related job classifications when directed. Requires bending, reaching and lifting of objects within Raytheon EHSS guidelines. Must be able to read, interpret and analyse engineering drawings, production planning and other technical documents, as well as possess extensive knowledge of the varied and complex electronic, electromechanical and/or optical equipment/system(s) involved.
Required Education: High School Diploma or GED