Electronics Technician

Dulles, Virginia
Apr 03, 2017
May 17, 2017
Full Time
Electronics Technician - (MWAA-17-11909) Job Requisition ID: MWAA-17-11909 Job Title: Electronics Technician Job Type: F/T Permanent Location: Washington Dulles International Airport, VA Post Date: 03/31/2017 Job Description:


The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority


The dynamic Aviation industry is seeking a seasoned professional!

Join our Team!

Position Title

Electronics Technician

Announcement No.


Salary Range

T20, $29.71 - $38.63

Position Type

FT Permanent


Washington Dulles International Airport; AEM/Electronics,       MA-221C

Opening Date


Closing Date

Open Until Filled



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To be rated qualified for this job, an applicant must meet all of the MQs listed below at the time of vacancy announcement closure.

1.      A high school diploma or a Certificate of General Educational Development (GED); or an equivalent combination of education, experience and training.


a.   Five years of progressively responsible experience (post high school) in
the maintenance and repair of electronic equipment and systems (as described in the DUTIES in this job description), to include one year specializing in testing, diagnosis, maintenance and repair of a range of electronic equipment and systems, such as, but not limited to, fire detection and suppression controls, automatic door controls, conveyor system controls, communication systems and programmable logic controllers (PLCs) governing specialized systems. This qualification requirement includes knowledge of the theories, principles, requirements and standards of the electronics trade. [National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) Level II (or higher) certificates in various electrical and mechanical systems comprise one form of evidence of four years of progressively responsible electronic trade experience, but they are not, by themselves, evidence of the one year of experience specializing in testing, diagnosis, maintenance and repair of a range of electronic equipment and systems, as specified above.] OR

b.  An  equivalent combination of four years of education, experience and training in the electronics trade, such as, but not limited to, graduation from a program of vocational education or apprenticeship or another program of progressive instruction in the electronics trade that is provided or approved by the US military, a State Employment Service or a school-industry partnership and is integrated with or supplemented by on-the-job experience in the trade, plus one (additional) year of post program experience specializing in testing, diagnosis, maintenance and repair of a range of electronic equipment and systems, as specified above.

2.   Must have a valid state driver’s license in good standing.


The qualifications listed below (if any) are preferred and may be considered in the selection process, but are not required to be rated qualified for this job.

1.      NICET Level II (or higher) certification in Fire Alarm Systems.


2.      Knowledge of, and skill in applying, FAA regulations for airfield lighting.


3.      Experience diagnosing and fixing problems with networked computers.


4.      Experience working safely in a skilled trade on a busy airfield, or in an equivalent work environment such as, but not limited to, work in a skilled trade requiring prolonged concentration and attention to detail amid maritime or motor freight cargo loading/unloading, or other types of near-constant movements/operations that require continuous situational awareness and alertness due to continually changing circumstances and events.


Once the application process is completed, a review of your resume and supporting documentation will be done to determine if you meet the minimum qualification requirements. There is an Assessment questionnaire(s) that you must complete. Your resume and supporting documentation will then be compared to your responses to the assessment questionnaire(s).  If a determination is made that your application does not support your responses, which you provided in the assessment questionnaire, your application will not receive further consideration for this announcement.



A background security investigation will be required for all new hires.