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Electronics Simulator Technician - 2830

 

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Job Description

Staff, Support & Professional Position

JOB TITLE: Electronics Simulator Technician                      DATE: February, 1998

JOB CODE: 2830

 

STATEMENT OF THE JOB

Employee serves as an electronics/computer simulator operator and technician. Employee provides support services, both technical, and operational, to simulator and laboratory instructors as directed by the Provost. Employee also provides technical repairs and service to other electronic equipment involved in instructional activities.

 

DUTIES OF THE JOB

1.   Operates and maintains various Academy training simulators in support of instruction as assigned.

 

2.   Keeps simulator(s) operations and repair records.

3.   Participates in the annual training cruise as an electronics technician.

4.   Assists with oceanographic electronic equipment repairs as needed.

5.   Assists with the maintenance of the Academy electronics/ electrical lab as assigned.

6.   Periodically assists waterfront Marine Electronics Technician as assigned.

7.   Responsible for compliance with safety regulations.

8.   May supervise student and/or regular Academy employees.

 

This job description reflects the general duties of the job but is not a detailed description of all duties which may be inherent to the position. The Academy may assign reasonably related additional duties to individual employees consistent with policy and collective bargaining agreements.

 

 

MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY

 

JOB TITLE: Electronics Simulator Technician                      JOB CODE NO. 2830

WAGE GRADE: 23                                                              TOTAL POINTS: 514

                       

 

 

 

FACTOR

DEGREE

POINTS

       

1

Knowledge and Skill

7

252

       

2

Effort

   
 

I. Mental and Visual Effort

5

40

 

II. Physical Effort

3

30

       

3

Responsibility for Cost Control

4

32

       

4

Responsibility for Others

   
 

I. Injury to Others

4

32

 

II. Supervisory Responsibility

3

24

 

III. Sensitive Information and Records

4

32

       

5

Working Conditions

4

40

     

 

6

Responsibility for External and Internal

   
 

Relations

4

32

 

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