First Date of Posting: 10/5/2012
Last Date of Filing: 10/19/2012
Division/Unit: Electronics Maintenance Division/Central Electronics Shop (CES)
Reports to: Superintendent, Central Electronics Shop
33-33 54th Street, Woodside, Queens
Hours of Work: Various
$32.3775 Provisional Hourly Rate
The primary duties of this position in the Electronics Maintenance Division include the diagnosis and repair of complex electronic equipment on "state of the art" electronic modules such as: programmable array logic, chip on board, gate array, surface mount, multi-layer mixed technologies, and ball grid array. This position entails computer operation, programming, and the application of automated testing concepts. The incumbent will work under minimum supervision with wide latitude for independent judgment.
Other typical tasks include but are not limited to: diagnoses, troubleshooting and repairing different modules; reviewing schematics and testing procedures on performance measurements using frequency generators, signal conditioners, digital voltmeters and sampling oscilloscopes; designing and building specialized equipment; identifying electronic components from a schematic, and researching equivalent commercial replacement parts. The incumbent will also use CAD-CAM software, repair, maintain and reverse engineers complex electronic equipment, analyze computer reports and document actions.
Education and Experience
Must possess four years of full-time journeyman level experience (within the last ten years) maintaining, testing, troubleshooting, calibrating and repairing complex electronic equipment and microprocessors. A Bachelor's degree in electronic engineering or technology, electrical or electro-mechanical technology, computer technology or a related field may be substituted for two years of the above experience. An Associate degree or graduation from an approved trade or vocational high school with specialization in one of the above fields may be substituted for one year of the above experience. Must possess a motor vehicle driver's license valid in the State of New York and a training certificate in Mil-Std 2000A soldering.
Familiarization with New York City Transit's rules, regulations, and procedures.
Good communication skills. A training certificate in Mil-Std 2000A soldering.
Based on evaluation of education, skills, experience, soldering practical and interview.
All selected candidates will be subject to a full background investigation that includes employment and education. Discrepancies may lead to dismissal.
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Equal Employment Opportunity
MTA NYC Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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