This is skilled technical work performing installation, test, troubleshooting, and intermediate design work on a large-scale communications, command, and data acquisition system. Incumbent performs calibration and maintenance of analytical instrumentation, data transfer/processing and recording systems. Individual installs transducers, checks and adjusts hardware set points and process algorithms to insure calibrate, reliable data throughput. Incumbent performs calibration and maintenance of electromechanical chart recorders for EPA/DER required hardcopies. Performs instrument loop checks, and periodic calibration functions to EPA standards. Installs and checks operational parameters of UHF communications equipment and antennas. Perform installation, test, troubleshoot, and design work on a large-scale SCADA system. Writes simple batch files, configures hard disk media, communications, and printer ports as required for system operational changes. Designs, builds, and implements custom analytical, monitoring and/or control systems, computer programs, etc. Performs related duties as required and assists senior personnel in daily maintenance and engineering functions.
High school graduate or equivalent is required with a minimum of two years of post-secondary education in the field of electronics or computer science. A minimum of 3 years direct applicable experience in environmental or aerospace electronic systems is required. A combination of education and experience may be considered.
Possession of a valid Florida Non-Commercial or commercial driver’s license, depending on assignment. Sufficient physical strength and agility to perform heavy manual labor and work long hours outdoors, occasionally under adverse weather conditions. Ability to read printed material, speak and hear sounds. Ability to operate a vehicle on a daily basis. Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds for distances of up to 50 feet. Manual dexterity for performing high quality solder/desolder and cable fabrication techniques. During occasions of local emergencies, this position may be required to report to perform emergency tasks, which may result in extended work hours as well as extended periods of time away from family members. The Incident Commander and the employee’s department Head will make the determination as to who will be required to work.
The City of Titusville is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or disability. As part of our commitment to a drug-free workplace, a job applicant is offered employment conditional upon successfully passing a drug test. Refusal to take the test, or failure to pass the test according to minimum standards, is cause for disqualification. If you become employed with the City, you may be required to again submit to a drug test as requested. Your refusal, or failure to pass the test according to minimum standards, will result in your termination.
The City will provide reasonable accommodations necessary to applicants with disabilities preventing them from completing a City application form. Please contact the Human Resources Coordinator immediately if you need a special accommodation.