Electronic Tech III in Washington, DC at Volt

Date Posted: 7/22/2020

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Job Description

VOLT is looking for Electronic Technician (VITS) needed in Washington, District of Columbia

Job Title: Electronic Technician (VITS) 
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Expected Duration: 7 Months 
1 st shift
40 hours per week

Performs technical functions supporting engineering activities. Constructs, troubleshoots, calibrates, adjusts, tests, and maintains equipment, components, devices, or systems Works from documentation, written or verbal instructions, schematics, rough sketches, diagrams, layouts, and plans often requiring interpretation and application of comprehensive knowledge and practical understanding of electronic theory and principles. Applications may include analog, digital, and/or video circuits and logic systems. 
Conducts testing in a development mode and determines methods or actions to correct malfunctions or design problems. 
Recommends modifications to engineering designs as necessary. May assist in the design, construction, test and checkout of test equipment. 
Normally assigned in areas such as development, engineering, test equipment, system checkout, fabrication, and the like. (It should be understood that this is not intended to be a detailed nor comprehensive description of any individual employee's job content. 
Managers set the specific duties and responsibilities for each employee.) 

Description of Duties:
•    Install, configure, and integrate conference room equipment at NASA Headquarters, to include VTC, audio, and multimedia components, CISCO Codec and Polycom Codec.
•    Coordinate installation with other NICS teams (Cable Plant, Telecom, Network Engineering, NTC) as needed.
•    Provide operations and management support to all ViTS infrastructure that underlies the VTC platform. 
•    Install patch and firmware upgrades, hardware break/fix support, and daily operations and management support, including onsite assistance for special events.
•    Must be able to interact with, extract, and translate customer requirements into working solutions.
•    Provide assistance to users in conducting video teleconference sessions, which may include conference preparation, and monitor VTC equipment and system performance
•    Provide ongoing operation support for all installed teleconferencing equipment, to include regular checks of equipment for proper operation, setting audio levels, positioning camera functions, performing secure or non-secure setup; operate or assist in operating session control panel, studio control unit, and high-resolution graphics. Inspecting/connecting cabling, confirming system availability.

•    Flexible Hours (also Weekends)
•    Lift over 50 pounds

High school education or equivalent and 4+ years of related experience. 
Prefer technical/professional certifications.

VOLT is an Equal Opportunity Employer