The Electronic Technician will work directly with Manufacturing and Quality to isolate and resolve product issues, test equipment and process related failures. Candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot Printed Circuit Board Assemblies to the component level using schematics and standard electronic tools.
Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English. Electronics training or experience equivalent to two years technical trade school or military technical school (Associates degree preferred). 2+ years of direct manufacturing support experience including, problem solving and root cause analysis. Experienced using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and issue tracking database tools (JIRA is a plus).
Uses normal and specialized test or diagnostic equipment, including oscilloscopes, DVM, signal generators and similar test apparatus; hand tools and soldering irons; computers and software. Uses standard office equipment including Telephone, Computer, Calculator, Copier, Fax, Scanner.
Ability to work with a microscope.
Troubleshooting, Electronics, Soldering, Multimeter, schematic, schematics diagrams, component level troubleshooting
Intermediate to Mid-Level