|Product Development Technician Electro-Mechanical Components|
Salary non-exempt employee responsible for the manufacture, fabrication, and installation of manufacturing and developmental hardware for electro-mechanical systems, units, control devices, trailers and associated equipment. Candidate must be able determine methods, sequence of operations, lay out, fabricate, assemble, test, troubleshoot, self-inspect, and perform repairs on developmental and production electronics of control devices, units, sub-systems, systems and associated equipment.
TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Works from preliminary design drawings, sketches, and schematics as well as oral and written instructions.
- Determines sequence of operations to fabricate, assemble, and troubleshoot electro-mechanical manufacturing and development systems, sub-systems, units, control devices and associated test equipment as specified by Manufacturing Engineers and Responsible Engineering Authorities.
- Fabricates, assembles, troubleshoots, and tests cables to include cable splicing and connector attachment for all types of cables using both hand and automated tooling.
- Sets up operates a variety of standard and specialized opto-electronic test equipment in conducting test to determine the quality of electro-mechanical equipment or multiple banks of inter-related electro-mechanical equipment. Diagnoses the cause of malfunctions and makes necessary adjustments.
- May use had and power tools and equipment as necessary in order to perform above duties
- Performs rework and repair of the same nature and level of difficulty as described.
- Performs incidental related duties as assigned.
Required Skills and Education:
- 5+ years relevant experience in manufacturing, fabrication or similar discipline to include military experience
- Knowledge of general manufacturing processes.
- High School Diploma
- Active Secret Clearance or the ability to obtain a Secret Clearance
- Understanding of basic electronic and/or Electro-Mechanical theory.
Desired Skills and Education:
- Associate's degree in Electronics or equivalent (Manufacturing, Operations, Industrial Engineering)
- Trade school or technician certificate
- Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) to effectively communicate across all levels of the organization.
- Ability to obtain and maintain J-STD Soldering Cert.
- Knowledge in the use of o-scopes, network analyzers, and signal generators.
- Experience with high-voltage pulsed power systems and ability to work safely around high voltage
- Ability to read mechanical drawings and electric schematics
- Demonstrated capability to perform a broad, diverse range of technical tasks and/or very specific technical tasks in the engineering disciplines
- Ability to provide hands on technical support during research and development phases through demonstration tests
- Capable of receiving detailed instructions and expressing technical concepts clearly
- Ability to work with large and small teams, depending on circumstances
- Ability to work with lifting fixtures and forklifts
- Ability to work with hand tools such as drills, wrenches, hydraulic jacks, etc.