Cambridge International Systems, Inc.
Cambridge designs, implements, and operates communication solutions across the United States and around the world. Cambridge creates solutions and provides services in: Network Design/Operation; RF Engineering; Satellite Communications; Surveillance and IFF Systems; Data Fusion and Intel Support; and Telephony and Transmission. Cambridge is committed to providing the expertise and customer service required to get top results. This philosophy is put into practice daily, from fusion center operations in Afghanistan to transmission and telephony services in the Caribbean. Cambridge is a woman-owned, veteran-owned, and SDB company.
Cambridge is a company that promotes a work environment that encourages professional and personal growth and a culture where each employee is respected and valued. Cambridge also values the diverse background of their employees including minorities, veterans, women, and disabled. We take pride in being a veteran friendly employer, celebrating and embracing individual differences, and providing equal opportunity to all. Cambridge International Systems, Inc. is committed to the provision of equal opportunity employment for all qualified persons in all job classifications in recruitment, selection and promotion without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age or disability. More information can be found at www.cbridgeinc.com (EEO/AA)
Sr. Maintenance Specialist
R eq u i s i ti on #: 00 33 6
L o ca ti o n : Naval Radio T ransmitting Facility (NRTF) in Aguada, Puerto Rico
Relocation Assistance: No relocation assistance available
Clearance Type: NAC
G ENE R A L:
Performs technical and operational tasks related to the maintenance of electrical high/low voltage distribution; power generation and distribution; heating, ventilation and air condition (HVAC) systems for all sites under the O&M Contract.
T A SK D E SCR IP T I O N :
Q U A LI F ICAT IO N S:
- Posts maintenance schedules, assigns and schedules work of subordinate specialists. Periodically tours all contracted sites to ensure sound operating and physical integrity of all electrical, emergency power and HVAC production sources. Conducts OJT for watch personnel regarding the correct procedures for emergency power production sources online.
- Assists subordinates in solving problems regarding emergency back-up systems.
- Ensures availability of subordinates to assist the various sites in the case of power failures that result in emergency power production malfunctions, electrical distribution system malfunctions and loss of critical HVAC systems.
- Operate and maintain power production equipment and ancillary power distribution systems.
- Operate switchboard/switch-gear as required during loss of commercial power to maintain transmitter and receiver sites back to fully operational.
- Perform routine periodic preventive and corrective maintenance procedures on all power production equipment; ancillary Power distribution systems and HVAC systems.
- Test and repair, when required, all power production equipment, ancillary Power distribution systems and HVAC systems.
- Periodically verify performance of power generators for emergency preparedness by conducting load tests.
- Consult with commercial power supplier , when required to prepare for scheduled loss or reduction of power or, in the event of unscheduled power loss, to verify schedule for reinstatement of commercial power.
- Must be familiar with electrical safety standard methods, and apply them to the power production/electrical distribution/HVAC Facility.
- Perform schedule major overhauls, as required, on power generation equipment, electrical distribution, HVAC systems, and schedule such equipment maintenance to minimize adverse impact on emergency preparedness.
- Read and interpret blueprints, schematic / wiring diagrams specification and technical work orders.
- Calculate air flow .
- Install and fit connecting rods, crank shafts, piston rings and bearings overhaul valves, motors and flywheel drives.
- Understand theory of operation of HVAC, AC and DC voltages used throughout the various systems and utilized all safety precautions, and procedures in everyday endeavors.
- Assist subordinate specialists as required
- Dismantle , repair and reassemble motors, pumps, compressors, impellers, receivers, and evaporators.
- Utilize all related test instruments and tools used in task orders.
- Understand USN/Civil building codes for electrical circuits and apply as required.
- Perform all necessary inspections, tests, preventative and/or corrective maintenance on all electrical circuits covered by the contract.
- Three years general experience and two years specialized experience in the operation, maintenance, test, repair and overhaul of small, medium and large-scale (20K W – 2000KL W ) power production equipment , including gasoline powered, diesel powered, piston driven, or turbine driven power production generators.
- Three years general experience in diagnosing , isolating, and correcting malfunctions and performing preventative maintenance on low velocity heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
- Three years of experience as a maintenance electrician, two years of which much have included work on motors, pneumatic a nd hydraulic devic es, high/low voltage distribution on systems, electrical and electronic component systems with a familiarization in the use of variety of electrical and refrigeration testing devices and tools.
- Successful completion of, and graduation from an accredited civilian or military technical school program (equivalent to the US Engineering Class A (EM ) School ) in small, medium, and large scale ( 20KW – 2000 KW) power production equipment and maintenance.
- Successful completion of a civilian or military journeyman program which provided the individual with a thorough knowledge and understanding of high school algebra, refrigeration cycles, refrigeration tables, heat transfer principles, the various types of compressor operation (gear, reciprocating, centrifugal, and or Rotary).
- Instruction must have included courses in the theory, operation, maintenance and repair of motors, motor controllers, starters, relays, relay control circuits, duct design, low velocity air distribution with an emphasis on blueprint , wiring charts, and schematic diagram reading and interpretation.
- Graduate of civilian or military electrician/HVAC trade school program or construction trades ele ctrician apprentice program and/ or 5 years of equivalent experience .
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