Qualifications: Graduate of High School, Technical School in credited electronic technology or apprenticeship program in related field of electrical or electronic support. Minimum of 5 to 7 years of Electronic Technician work experience.
Description of Work: Candidate will assist engineering in design and development of various PCB’s and chassis design. Will develop all mechanical and electrical drawings required for printed circuit board and system design. Will generate bill of materials and research sources to support the bill of materials generated. Must have both a working knowledge of electronics. Candidate will provide oversight of production of above mentioned design products. Travel will be required to support installation.
Specific duties include:
To apply email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Provide support to Engineering on initial design of Subsystems and overall Systems. This support will include layout of PCB’s (both electrical and mechanical), BOM generation, Vendor selection, wire tables and any other required documentation to support initial design of products.
- Provide oversight to production team during initial production of finalized products.
- Test, troubleshoot and repair project equipment: perform production assembly and test of manufacturing test failures; troubleshoot and repair all field returns; support engineering with testing of new products; support the development of new manufacturing test hardware; and complete necessary paperwork and maintain reports.
- Troubleshoot malfunctions in electronic or microprocessor based systems and components. Analyze test results to troubleshoot equipment failures; identify or analyze defective units or parts and indicate necessary corrective actions; apply technical knowledge to develop troubleshooting procedures and solutions; gather and integrate information from various sources (manufacturer manuals, schematics, instrument readings and people) to troubleshoot problems.
- Work with tools and testing equipment. Must safely and effectively operate the following: high precision measuring tools (electronic scales, voltmeters, micrometers); soldering irons; non-power tools (pliers, screwdrivers).
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