Specific Position Requirements
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Visa sponsorship is not available, now or in the near future, for this position.
Driving between JDES locations will be required under 5% of the time. JDES facilities are within 5 miles of each other.
Shift Hours 3:30pm-11:30pm; vouchers provided for metatarsal shoes
Technical military experience is a plus
Electronic testing, aviation testing, locomotive industry
Computer literacy is VITAL
familiar with electronics, multi-meters, or underlying theory
• REQUIRED EDUCATION: A.S. in Electronics or a two-year technical diploma, equivalent military certification or equivalent experience
• Required: Minimum one year of related experience in electronics, manufacturing, or engineering
• Preferred: Three or more years of related experience in electronics, manufacturing, or engineering
• REQUIRED SKILLS:
1. Possess effective written and verbal communication skills, enabling correspondence with internal departments, vendors, and customers
2. Working knowledge of personal computers, spreadsheets, and word processing
3. Understanding of manufacturing processes and electronic components
4. Possess a thorough understanding of test equipment and methods e.g., multimeters, oscilloscopes, etc.
5. Hands-on experience troubleshooting to identify root cause
6. Ability to read intermediate engineering documents, e.g., schematics or diagrams
7. Maintain necessary product records and documentation
8. Ability to comprehend and use product/process component datasheets
9. Ability to assemble and disassemble products
10. Ability to maintain lab equipment
11. Ability to perform basic mechanical work
12. Ability to train a Electronics Technician I
13. Ability to work with minimal supervision
• PREFERRED SKILLS:
1. Hands-on SMT soldering experience
• Performing electrical/ mechanical testing, design validation, and verification of electronic or electro-mechanical equipment and products.
1. Perform intermediate validation testing on prototypes and existing products.
2. Work with Engineering to understand and apply defined test requirements.
3. Troubleshoot defective lab equipment and provide required maintenance as needed.
4. Build intermediate test harnesses, loads, and circuit boards to support product verification as required.
5. Document and maintain records relating to work performed.
6. Inform supervisor of process, test, or design problems and assist in the corrective action.
7. Assemble (mechanical/electrical) fixtures and test setups as required. This will require performing intermediate design functions
8. Perform inspection, test, and failure analysis as necessary to determine cause of defective tests or assemblies.
9. Conduct functional test of electronic circuits and PCBs according to engineering instructions.
10. Create test documentation when required for prototype products if engineering instructions are not available.
11. Design basic engineering test boxes.
12. Communicate in a professional and effective manner.
13. Perform other associated tasks as required.