Electronic Technician I - 29485

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Electro-Mechanical Technician IJob Description:
Responsible for fabricating electronic sub-assemblies for prototype models from schematics and sketches.
Performs calibration checks on electronic instruments and conducts engineering tests.
Works on assignments that are semi-routine in nature where ability to recognize deviation from accepted practice is required.
Interacts daily with supervisor, peer groups, and customers.
Responsible for physical assembly of heavy duty equipment.
Ability to follow procedures, drawings, diagrams and schematics to assemble and test.
Ability to diagnose mechanical and electrical problems.
Familiar with test equipment such as oscilloscopes, multi-meters and etc.
Capable of working under pressure to meet deadlines.
Required Skills:
High school education or equivalent and 3+ years of related experience.
Technical certifications and hands-on experience building small electro-mechanical assemblies are a plus.
Desired Skills:
Good communication and computer skills.
Forklift experience a plus.
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