Electronics Test Technician
Tests and troubleshoots electronic products using standard and specialized test equipment.
1. Troubleshoots electronic products to sub-assembly and component level utilizing schematics and standard troubleshooting practices and procedures
2. Sets up test equipment and tests electronic products using established test procedures and schematics
3. Provides technical guidance to assemblers and re-work assemblers
4. Performs cross functional tasks within fairly similar situations resulting in standardized but not identical outcomes
5. Knowledge of the operation and use of electronic production test equipment and hand assembly tools used in a high tech surface mount & through-hole technology manufacturing and production environment
6. Knowledge of advanced electronic test and troubleshooting techniques to component level.
7. Uses product test and measurement equipment, digital/analog voltmeters, oscilloscopes, hi-pot meters, power supplies, and automatic and standard test equipment, etc.
8. Recommends and/or proposes process improvements
8. Ensures that all relevant quality information/feedback is provided
10. Utilizes written or visual instructions involving use of quantitative information from specifications, schematics, graphs, pictures, gages, etc.
11. Provides written and/or oral communications concerning a variety of situations following test, troubleshooting, examinations, etc.
12. Keeps workstation, tools and equipment in a neat and orderly manner
13. Understands and complies with all Company, safety rules and regulations
Associate degree in Electronics (2 year) or certified program (18 mos.) plus 1 year of experience
1-3 years of electronics related experience
Skill Level Required:
Skills required in maintaining close specifications using tools & gages, schematics and a variety of electronic equipment
Should have a high level of electrical and mechanical aptitude and analytical skills
Ability to interpret drawing and specifications
Basic computer skills
Knowledge of manufacturing processes and how to effectively troubleshoot problems
Should possess dexterity skills, good hand & eye coordination
Willing and able to take and pass basic electronics test
Past experience in a manufacturing environment
Past experience in a self-directed teaming environment
Lean manufacturing knowledge
Understanding of IPC-A-610 standards