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An individual who assists in laboratory or research work and operates experimental and technical equipment under the supervision of scientific personnel or technicians of higher grade. Must be able to work for periods of time without supervision. This individual will support the Group s research activities, providing electro-mechanical fabrication services including basic design, fabrication, installation and operation of highly technical ground and airborne assets developed and maintained by the Group. The candidate will support construction and/or assembly of mechanical components, integration of experimental systems into racks, aircraft and other vehicles as well as ground-based field site operations. The individual will travel periodically on deployments to support test installations, conduct field repairs, and de-install test equipment. The candidate will be comfortable operating technical and machining equipment and have extensive knowledge and familiarity with power tools and shop skills including drilling, tapping holes, metal cutting, etc. In addition, the selected individual will help maintain our Integration Lab.
Graduation from a two year day technical school or its equivalent in applicable experience is the minimum experience requirement. Demonstrated mechanical fabrication and assembly skill-set. Ability to perform work with minimal supervision at the flight facility and during field tests. Comfortable operating equipment and power tools. Ability to travel on deployments to support test installations and post event cleanup. Ability to obtain DOT certified driver s license (Box Truck, Trailer, etc.) desired. Ability to obtain tower climbing certification desired.