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Position Summary

The primary role of the Electronics Technician is to assemble, functionally test, troubleshoot, repair or rework, calibrate and certify all types of moderately complex electronic and electro-mechanical subassemblies, assemblies, and completed instruments. Interfaces with Engineering as well as other departments. Involves minimal supervision and is considered a lead role in the department.

Key Responsibilities

  • Read, interpret, and understand written or verbal requirements, procedures, and specifications to perform assigned tasks
  • Performs technically complex duties within this skill area with little or no assistance using experience and engineering documentation
  • Must be able to read complex prints/drawings and Client out parts according to established work instructions
  • Test, troubleshoot, and repair all types of simple and complex electronic subassemblies, assemblies, and instruments, including standard production or special equipment
  • Design and build test fixtures for equipment as required
  • Provide suggestions to Engineering regarding mechanical or electrical design alterations, circuit modifications, test procedures and other related documentation
  • Identify non-conforming parts/materials during assembly process and notify supervisor
  • Assist and / or train associates in performing technical tasks / procedures
  • Assume responsibility for in-house quality control adhere to ISO 9001:2015 procedures
  • Maintain conformance with Company’s regulations, policies and procedures
  • Maintain good housekeeping and exercise safe work practices


Experience and Skills

  • Associates Degree in Electronics or completion certificate of electronic technical school; Training in digital and analog theory and solid-state circuitry
  • Minimum 3-years of practical experience of complex electronic test equipment in troubleshooting and repair
  • Working knowledge of microprocessor architecture and bus structure
  • Ability to work with all types of electronic test equipment, read and understand circuit schematics, perform major PCB repair and solder skillfully
  • Strong mechanical aptitude
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Accountable and leads by example
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

Equipment Used and Working Conditions

  • Digital and analog multi-meters, oscilloscopes, frequency meters. AC and DC voltage calibration standards, AC frequency standards. Precision resistance calibration devices. Various mechanical and electro-mechanical calibration and test apparatus. EPROM duplicating equipment. Soldering iron, various hand tools. Mechanized wire terminal, crimping equipment.
  • Personal computer