Troubleshooting to circuit card COMPONENT level is REQUIRED
Product tests require the knowledge and application skills to test products IAW applicable test specifications; operate and disseminate data associated with Acceptance Test Equipment, environmental equipment such as Temperature Chambers, Rate Calibration Tables, and ESS Thermal Shock Chambers, etc. Thorough knowledge of electrical theory, analog and digital circuitry, will be required to deploy the diagnostic skills necessary to test and troubleshoot circuit card assemblies to a component level.
Must be able to earn and maintain the Final Test Stamp (FT) to the requirements determined by the director of Quality. This primary quality function reports indirectly to the Director of Quality and is subject to such quality audits as detailed in the Quality Manual.
Must be able to earn and maintain the Final Visual Inspection rating through proficiency demonstration to the requirements determined by the area supervisor. This function may require the person be available during periods of high production output, such as month end or to meet a customer delivery date, and thus may necessarily be limited in use of earned time off such as vacation to other times in the month.
Must be able to earn and maintain the certified assembler and inspector status. Requirements include, but are not limited to the following:
• Able to read electrical schematics and analyze faulty circuits to identify, isolate, and repair to component level using ATE, Manual Panel or “lash-up” test equipment.
• Ability to setup and operate a variety of sophisticated electronics testing equipment
and follow procedural steps detailed in test specification documents.
• Good oral and accurate written communication skills. Must possess ability to accurately record detailed test data sheets.
• Good team skills, able to work within team setting and maintain a positive attitude,
and display a proactive team oriented approach to managing product flow through assembly and test, including filling in for absent assembly members when necessary to
maintain daily flow.
• Working knowledge of statistical process control as applied to assembly, inspection, and test processes and programs.
• Sufficient English language skills to be able to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedures manuals.
• Ability to write routine reports and complete required production paperwork.
• Ability to communicate effectively and convey ideas/information one-on-one and in group settings.
Normal production environment where moderate levels of noise, talking, and operation of equipment exists. Occasionally must work within the environmental chamber room where high levels of noise, cold, heat, and vibration exist. If assigned to repair station, must successfully participate in DOT/FAA Drug & Alcohol Program through random testing, as required by the DOT. Failure to pass such test will result in immediate removal from covered position, and possibly termination.
Frequent lifting of test instrument and products weighing up to forty pounds onto benches, carts, and into high chambers up to 60 inches above floor.
Three to five in a technical environment performing assembly/inspection (IAW IPC-A-610B Class 2 and/or Class 3) and test activities. EDUCATION:
Electronics Technician Certificate, BSEET or College Associates degree in an Electronics field or the equivalent formal training normally acquired through certified electronics coursework or military provided training, or a combination of education and relevant experience. Course work should include electrical theory, analog power and wave shaping circuitry, digital signal steering and microprocessor control circuitry. WORK HOURS:
9/80, Day Shift