As an Electronics Technician at NASA's Armstrong Flight Loads Laboratory (FLL), you'll aid in innovative hardware designs for NASA and National Aerospace objectives. The FLL is a national lab for flight research and structural testing, where personnel test structural components and vehicles, perform thermal and mechanical load tests, and calibrate vehicle instrumentation for real-time flight load analysis.
Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular ability, skill, and knowledge to successfully perform the duties of this position and is typically in or related to this line of work. To qualify for GS-10, you must have one year of directly related specialized experience equivalent to the GS-09 level in the Federal service: Fabricating electro-optical components and circuits per standard industry quality practices; Installing stain sensor onto hardware utilizing appropriate standards in preparation and adhesion for testing applications; and Supporting the testing of optical sensor to evaluate attachment, fabrication, splicing, or fiber Bragg gratings performance at extreme temperatures. To qualify for GS-11, you must have one year of directly related specialized experience equivalent to the GS-10 level in the Federal service: Working with Subject Matter Experts to develop and fabricate electro-optical components and circuits utilizing small sensors, wires, electronic components, and optical fiber; Installing precision application of resistive foil strain gages and optical stain sensor to include adhesives, substrate preparation, and harsh environment applications; and Testing optical sensors to evaluate attachment, fabrication, splicing, or fiber Bragg gratings performance at extreme temperatures.
Your resume must include a clear and detailed narrative description, in your own words, of how you meet the required specialized experience. Experience statements copied from a position description, vacancy announcement or other reference material constitutes plagiarism and may result in disqualification and losing consideration for the job.
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