Description: Overall responsible for the NCTAMS PAC Det Puget Sound, Jim Creek Site and direct point-of-contact for NCTAMS PAC Det Puget Sound, Bangor for overall operations and communications capibilities. Supervises eight or more civilian personnel on a daily basis.
Paygrade: E - 8
Antenna Mechanic Supervisor
Description: Serves as primary supervisor for the NCTAMS PAC Det Puget Sound, Jim Creek Antenna Department. Overall responsible for VLF and HF antenna systems, aerial antenna arrays, with associated hardware, componets and devices, steel support towers, and ground conductors and vegetation control within the ground field.
Desciption: Responsible for VLF and HF antenna systems and aerial antenna arrays. Included in responsiblities are providing input relating to planning, estimating, scheduling, material requisitioning, inventory control of tools, and varies other administrative fuctions related to antenna maintainance.
Antenna Mechanic Worker
Description: Responsible for VLF and HF antenna systems and aerial antenna arrays. Included in responsiblities are providing input relating to planning, estimating, scheduling, material requisitioning, inventory control or tools, ground field and vegetation control.
Description: Performs various tasks as assigned. Some of the varying tasks included are ground maintainance, journeymen support and divisional support.
Electronics Mechanic Leader
Description: Work leader of the Transmittor Division consisting of four to ten personnel and responsible for the operation and maintenance of VLF system and components. Duties included are Department 3M coordinator, assignment of tasking in accordance with established maintenance schedules, works directly on the VLF transmitter as well as several complex electronic equipment.
Description: Responsible perform repairs, installion and overhaul of various items of elctronic equipment and components. Perform preventative maintainance and repairs utilizing established procedures.
Electronic Mechanic Helper
Description: Performs tasking under the supervision of the Electronic Mechanic. Resposiblities included are standing an eight hour rotating watch while utilizing basic test equipment, assembling equipment and tools as directed, performing minor transmitter adjustments, and various other divisional jobs.