The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of specialized training in electronics or related field; plus two years of experience in electronics or a related field.
OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES CHIEF.
Knowledge of vertical amplifier schematics.
Knowledge of electronic circuitry components.
Knowledge of operations, maintenance, and repair of electrical and mechanical equipment.
Ability to inspect, maintain, repair, and calibrate medical or specialized technical equipment.
Ability to operate test equipment.
Ability to diagnose equipment failures from instruments and testing.
Ability to modify and fabricate instrumentation equipment.
Knowledge of electronics schematics. Knowledge of electronic circuitry components. Knowledge of operations, maintenance, and repair of electrical and mechanical equipment. Ability to inspect, maintain, repair, and calibrate specialized technical equipment. Ability to operate test equipment. Ability to diagnose equipment failures from instruments and testing. Ability to modify and fabricate instrumentation equipment.
Knowledge of the Arkansas Wireless Information Network (AWIN) radio system.
The Calibration Technician is responsible for monitoring and maintaining specialized
medical, computerized, and technical electronic equipment. This position is governed by
state and federal laws and agency policy.
Plans sequence of testing and calibration program for instruments and equipment according to blueprints, schematics, technical manuals, and other specifications.
Disassembles and reassembles instruments and equipment and inspects instruments and equipment for defects.
Installs, maintains, and performs preventative and corrective maintenance of test apparatus and peripheral equipment.
Maintains network of communications systems, including mobile and base radios and audio and visual equipment.
Writes specifications for new equipment, develops proposals for new equipment, and submits to supervisor.
Selects sensing, telemetering, and recording instrumentation and circuitry.
Creates printed circuit artwork, tests circuit designs, and transforms design into workable printed circuit boards.
Conducts tests on performance and reliability of mechanical, structural, or electromechanical equipment.
Modifies performance and operation of component parts and circuitry to specifications, using test equipment and precision instruments.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Installs two-way radio equipment that is essential to a state wide VHF radio system. Conducts tests on the performance and reliability of mechanical, structural, and electromechanical equipment. Schedules and maintains appointments for the installation of radios and audio/visual equipment. Ability to work in a shop environment and field environment when necessary to maintain radio system operations. Diagnoses problems with radio and audio/visual equipment and makes necessary repairs. Maintains paperwork of work appointments and accountability of agency equipment when transferred. Performs other duties as assigned.
All applicants must pass background checks and must have a valid Arkansas Driver’s License.
Applications must include complete work history and references. Applicants may apply online at https://jobs.agfc.com. Applications must be submitted by midnight on January 16, 2019.
As an equal opportunity employer, the Commission will make any reasonable accommodations necessary to ensure equal employment opportunities.