Electronic Industrial Controls Mechanic - ORF - DE

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  • Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP)/Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP)
  • I qualify for this position because I have experience working on electronic industrial systems; inspecting complex industrial controls installation projects; reading and interpreting complex schematics, wiring diagrams, sketches, engineer drawings, blueprints and instructions pertaining to the installation or maintenance of electronic equipment; performing energy audits to identify energy abuses. I worked independently, requiring guidance in only the more complex or unique situations.
  • Install and maintain electrical and pneumatic controls commonly used in industrial equipment such as chillers, HVAC systems, or water treatment facilities.
  • Analyze, repair, calibrate, maintain, modify, and replace panels, damper activators, and other components of fire suppression control systems.
  • Install, maintain, inspect and replace components of electronic control circuits, such as relays, capacitors, resistors, diodes, rectifiers, transistors, power supplies, thermistors, and integrated circuit breakers.
  • Install, maintain and repair fire control systems, including magnetic door holders, temperature switches, smoke detectors, fire alarms, and smoke controls.
  • Install, maintain and repair security control and operational systems, including ID card readers, door switches, and balancing SM/r circuits (speakers).
  • Install, maintain and repair new or prototype electronic control systems.
  • Use electronic test equipment (i.e., oscilloscopes, megohm meters, computer diagnostics, etc.) to install, modify, align and maintain electronic industrial controls.
  • Use electronic test equipment (i.e., oscilloscopes, megohm meters, computer diagnostics, etc.) to diagnose and repair electronic industrial controls.
  • Maintain and repair controls for pumps and automatic actuating valves.
  • Operate computer-controlled monitoring and control systems.
  • Test electronic equipment and related devices involving audio and video electronic circuits.
  • Analyze electronic control system failures and determine the cause.
  • Evaluate and calibrate BTU's and flow for HVAC and other mechanical systems.
  • Modify, repair, and test electronic equipment.
  • Use blueprints, schematics, logic diagrams, and wiring diagnoses to install and troubleshoot electronic systems.
  • Install, maintain and modify electronically controlled industrial equipment that is moderately complex in design, construction and function.
  • Select and test equipment in order to prevent loading of circuit damage to delicate parts, systems and equipment.
  • Use and maintain common electronic hand tools such as, wrenches, snips, hacksaws, and screwdrivers.
  • Use and maintain common electronic power tools such as, power drills, grinders, welding torch.
  • Use computer generated data to determine adjustments or corrections necessary for proper electronic operations.
  • Use electronic, hydraulic, and pneumatic controls and zone charts.
  • Use hand and power tools to remove and replace circuit parts, or to repair electronic industrial control equipment.
  • Select the most appropriate tools to use in removing, replacing, and repairing electronic industrial control equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair problems with electrical and pneumatic control systems for industrial systems and equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair problems with electrical control systems used for water and wastewater treatment and HVAC systems.
  • Diagnose and repair problems with RF communications carrier systems.
  • Perform harmonics distortion of disturbances in electronic systems.
  • Analyze the operation of automated building management systems, including HVAC, fire, and security systems.
  • Modify or retrofit electronic control equipment and systems.
  • Install new or prototype circuitry and electronic control equipment.
  • Program flow-logic systems.
  • Program automated logic control systems.
  • Conduct data and trend recording analysis.
  • Devise new methods, specialized devices and modifications to industrial control equipment.
  • Develop testing methods for use in evaluating and correcting facilities control systems malfunctions.
  • Configure control systems or sequences under emergency situations.