GENERAL SUMMARY:Test, diagnose, calibrate, repair, rework or perform routine troubleshooting on a variety of electronic components, subassemblies and assemblies, on one or more product lines. This position involves routine and repetitive work, and tends to closely follow established procedures and processes, and is moderately supervised.
- Test, troubleshoot and diagnose, electronic components, sub-assemblies and instruments in accordance with approved practices and procedures.
- Follow process documents, test procedures, and other established criteria.
- Ensure adherence to drawing specifications, workmanship standards, and test procedures, and consistently inspect and identify areas for quality improvements.
- Troubleshoot a wide variety of assemblies to the sub-assemblies, and interface with engineering in resolving the root cause for technical problems and defect analysis. Repair may be extend to component level.
- Inspect and identify areas for quality improvements
- Assure all test equipment is up-to-date on calibration cycle through Calibration Lab and meets calibration requirements.
- Maintain and verify equipment to ensure proper calibration and operation. Complete maintenance logs and reports on time and accurately.
- May provide technical assistance to production line, both assembly and technical when required for line balancing or delays.
- May work with engineering to diagnose and troubleshoot technical issues.
- Provide training or assistance to Assemblers.
- Document repairs and failures in database.
- Actively participates in achieving key performance indicators (KPIs).
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Associate’s degree or equivalent experience in Electronics
- 2 years of electronic technician experience
- Knowledge of related practices, processes and procedures to operate a variety of electronic test equipment.
- Solid troubleshooting and repair fundamentals
- Experience in understanding business process and computer systems.
- Ability to read and understand schematics, blueprints, and technical drawings.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks while maintaining attention to details and quality of workmanship.
- Requires good written and verbal communication skills, reading and math skills
- Good manual dexterity, and eye/hand coordination.
- Experience with business and computer systems.
- Work in a team environment by collaborating and working independently to produce required results.
- Experience using Microsoft applications (Outlook, Word, Excel).
- May require performing visually detailed close-up work.
- May involve exposure to chemicals, solvents and solder fumes.
- May be required to wear personal protective equipment.
- May require movement of objects (up to 35 pounds).
- Frequently bends, stoops, twists, turns and works in positions using full body mobility.
- Occasional overtime required.