Test Technician - Electro-mechanical assemblies / instrumentation A 2nd shift (2pm-10:30pm, Mon-Fri). This position is responsible for performing assigned and varied tasks supporting the manufacturing department with the testing, calibration and processing of precision electro-optical devices for analytical analysis of process gas applications. This position performs all tasks under supervision. The work is routine with some special assignments or tasks. Essential duties include:
• Calibrate linstruments and properly maintain test records.
• Perform alignment of precision optical systems.
• Perform troubleshooting and repair of microprocessors based electronics.
• Perform initial functional testing of both in-process and completed products.
• Operate electrical and optical test equipment, including meters, scopes, and computer controlled testing.
• Troubleshoot, diagnose and repair test failures and recommend root cause corrective action.
• Complete R&D testing tasks under the direction of Engineering.
• Position, align and locate parts in relationship to each other in jigs and fixtures.
• Assemble multi-level electro-mechanical sub-assemblies into complex assemblies using a variety of hand tools.
• Make entries into shop floor MRP control systems
• Follow ERP and workshop travelers for material flow.
• Safely use compressed gasses including cylinder setup and operation on a daily basis
• Ensure that a safe work environment and safe work practices are maintained at all times Qualifications:
• This intermediate position requires the knowledge of and application of fundamental concepts, practices and procedures in testing, calibration and processing of analyzers
• 2-3 years of professional experience, with Associates degree or professional certification in technical or engineering field preferred
• Must have the ability to set-up and use basic hand tools and test fixtures.
• Must have the ability to assemble and align precision optics, requiring good manual dexterity.
• Must have the ability to solder and rework both SMT and though hole circuit card assemblies and harnesses.
• Familiar with set up and operation of digital meters and oscilloscopes.
• Must have the ability to read and interpret Engineering drawings, schematics, and technical documentation (plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and gas flow).
• Must be able to follow verbal and written work instructions and work through problems should they arise
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
• Must follow all safety procedures and maintain a safe working environment.
• Strong communication skills to interface with engineers and production operators
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