Electronics Technician, Senior

Key Role:

Join collaborative law enforcement and engineering team developing and deploying digital investigative tools to pursue criminals and threat actors. Work in an electronics lab as a rework and repair specialist focused on recovering data from damaged electronics. Use and refine existing techniques and develop new procedures as required to mitigate physical damage, water damage, and corrosion. Use a full suite of electronics rework tools, including de-soldering, re-balling, micro-soldering, x-ray imaging, and reflow ovens. Work in a fast-paced and mission-oriented environment requiring very high attention to detail in “can’t fail” situations. Bring a passion for learning new technology and a strong self-motivation to improve team capabilities continually. This position is located in Quantico, VA.

Basic Qualifications:

-Experience with Printed Circuit Board (PCB) assembly using hand tools

​-Knowledge of basic electronic circuits and schematics and how to troubleshoot and repair equipment without established test procedures

-Ability to perform repetitive tasks for iterative testing and validation of lab techniques

-Ability to develop new test methods or repair techniques for faulty electronics

-Ability to be an independent worker, manage their workload, and balance high-priority or high-pressure tasks

-Top Secret clearance

-AA or AS degree

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with advanced electronics repair techniques, including, Ball Grid Array (BGA IC), and Surface-mount Device (SMD) rework using hot-air, hand tools, and microscopes, BGA and circuit board pad repair, and micro-soldering

-Experience with electronics production line environments, including assembly, testing, validation, or repair and rework

-Experience with working in a Chemical lab using solvents or etchants

-Experience with electronics interfaces used for debug, testing, or programming, including Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter (UART), I2C, Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), or Joint Test Access Group (JTAG)

-Experience documenting test procedures or findings

-Experience with open source intelligence, including locating hard-to-find schematics or datasheets

-BA or BS degree preferred

-Soldering Certification or formal training


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Top Secret clearance is required.

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