AECOM

  • Las Vegas, NV, USA

Expand your career with AECOM.

We're looking for passionate people ready to make an impact. Through the training, experience and perspective of military veterans and service members, we're better able to deliver transformational outcomes for clients and communities.

We employ more than 9,000 veterans on projects around the world, in a multitude of professions, disciplines and markets. Their strong leadership, team-building and analytical skills, as well as unwavering commitment to a job well done, are critical when the work involves managing complexity, making decisions in the face of uncertainty and ensuring safe operations in high-risk environments.

Join us and bring your unique background and skillset to imagine, influence, inspire and deliver projects that shape our world. In return, we’ll provide support, guidance and opportunity as you transition into a rewarding, second career.

We’re committed to veterans.

We value the outstanding contributions veterans make to our contract performance and overall business success and have a long-standing commitment to supporting those who serve as well as those who have returned to civilian life. As part of this commitment, AECOM partners with organizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project, Semper Fi Fund, American Corporate Partners, the Officers’ Association and the Career Transition Partnership, which ensure veterans have the support they need during and after their service.

Anthony Altemoos

Team C

Bruce Riley

Team A

AECOM Las Vegas, NV, USA
Aug 14, 2018
Full time
This job announcement encompasses multiple openings in a variety of electronics disciplines. * The disciplines include: Beacons, Digital Electronics, Analog Electronics, Ground Radar and Auto-tracking radar systems, GPS, IFF, Microwave, Measurements, TCP/IP, Telemetry, Communications, and Video. * Selected applicants will work on various types of electronic equipment and related devices by performing a combination of the following: installing, maintaining, repairing, overhauling, troubleshooting, modifying, constructing and testing. * Equipment may include, but is not limited to, the following: transmitting and receiving equipment, digital and analog computers, industrial measuring and controlling equipment, microwave amplifiers and transmission lines, high voltage power supplies and keying circuits, indicators and displays, antenna positioning systems, Ethernet interface equipment, digital-to-analog conversion equipment and analog strip chart recorders. * Work requires practical application of electronic principles, ability to determine equipment malfunctions, and skills to put equipment in required operating conditions. * The daily accomplishment of electronic logbook entries, problem reporting and documentation of corrective actions are required. Working Conditions : Work hours and shifts may vary and require occasional overnights or weekend work at remote locations. Occasionally perform assigned tasks indoors/outdoors in a field environment involving low light and moderate noise. May occasionally climb towers and ladders or perform work in confined spaces. Lift up to 50 pounds.     Minimum Technical Qualifications : Graduate from an ABET accredited two-year technical school with one or more courses in Math, Basic Electronics, Microwave Theory, Telecommunications, Telemetry, RF disciplines or CCAF military equivalent. Background in general electronics (to include AC, DC, digital logic, data acquisition & solid state) and three (3) years of hands-on experience. Possess a good understanding of electronics and the test equipment used to maintain and repair various electronics equipment. Troubleshoot to the component level and make needed repairs. An understanding of Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, and Word) is required. Other Minimum Qualifications : Must be able to qualify for and maintain a DOD Top Secret/SSBI security clearance and be adjudicated to the tier process for access to specific programs. Possess a valid State issued driver's license.