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Electronic Technician

Niles, Illinois 60714 | Contract

Post Date: 03/12/2018 Job ID: 75372 Category: Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters

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Responsible for testing, troubleshooting, and repair of electronic equipment such as PCBs. You will assist in the development and testing of new and existing products, and provide  technical support to other team members. 

  • Assemble electrical components, equipment and tools or subsystems from supplied documentation.
  • Sets up and performs testing on new, modified and production product designs under operational conditions per written and verbal instructions from the project/product engineer with moderate assistance or supervision.
  • Can troubleshoot and rework products to a component level and  help diagnose or determine possible solutions.
  • Participates in installation of equipment in test setups which may include mechanical or electrical controls, cabling, tubing, power source and instrumentation.
  • Ensures laboratory equipment is maintained and calibrated appropriately and meets specification and functional limits.
  • Records and analyzes test results (numerical and graphical data); reviews test results for compliance to test objectives and documents test progress.
  • Instructs others in the safe and proper use of applicable lab and/or manufacturing hardware and tools.
  • Creates development or manufacturing documentation for standard products with low supervision.
  • May support manufacturing personnel on product related issues.
  • Assists in the transition of NPI products to production including production assembly and test process development.
  • Solves routine problems with little or no assistance.
  • Supports the Engineering change process.
  • Identifies and corrects typical malfunctions in Test Lab and/or test equipment.
  • Applies test plans and understands IEC, CE and UL test standards.
  • Executes basic functional and environmental tests; may support EMC Tests.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Ability to read electrical drawings and electrical packaging diagrams.
  • Ability to read and use a wide range of precision mechanical, electrical, or software measurement devices.
  • Ability/desire to learn new instrumentation and data acquisition systems.
  • Competent understanding of component function and testing.
  • Learning assembly and test processes, drawings and geometric tolerances as well as shop standards and procedures.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Basic technical writing skills.
  • Ability to interact effectively with customers during witness testing, customer visits and in similar situations.
  • Ability to set up and troubleshoot basic instrumentation.
  • Competent electronics knowledge.
  • Ability to read electrical diagrams and schematics.

Education or Formal Training:
  • 2-year Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronics required.
  • In lieu of degree, equivalent military experience required.

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