|Will train on 1st shift before moving to 2nd
1st shift hours are 6am-2:30pm
2nd shift hours are 2:30-11pm
Training would probably be on 1st shift for an extended period of time but candidates should have the flexibility to work either shift.
PR $19/hr- 21 hourly
1. DESCRIPTION OF OVERALL FUNCTION
Support production department, with testing, and troubleshooting for all Enterprise Lines. Must be able to perform more complex enterprise equipment.
2. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Testing of various types of Static Switches, UPS’s, RPP’s and PDU’s.
• Able to work with limited amount of supervision.
• Able to troubleshoot high and low power.
• Very familiar with testing and troubleshooting Electronics.
• Experience with High Power 600V-208V 3-phase applications.
• PCBA programming.
• Participate in cross functional teams
• Work closely with Quality/Process and the Engineering Dept.
• Maintain 6S and a safe work area.
• Report any problems with schematics, drawings etc.
• Ability to work weekends and long hours with little or no notice.
• Work closely with production on manufacturing issues
3. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION
• Associate’s degree (Electrical Engineering) and work experience equivalent.
• Thorough understanding of electrical/electronic technology.
• Ability to read and understand engineering documentation (blueprints, schematics, drawings, component specifications and ECN’s)
• Ability to troubleshoot to the board level
• Ability to set-up and use electronic test equipment
• Ability to construct and maintain test equipment
• Strong verbal and written English language skills, (Witness Testing)
• Strong computer skills (use of Excel, Word, HyperTerminal and other Programs)
• Proficient in using power meters and oscilloscopes
• Ability to understand transformer voltage, current, power calculations
4. DESIRED EXPERENCE REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION
• 3 - 5 yrs. experience testing and troubleshooting electronics and 3-phase high power
• 2+ years in a Test Lab and/or a manufacturing environment
5. PERSONALITY AND BEHAVIOR TRAITS
• Proven team player
• Effective interpersonal skills
• Good attention to detail
• Highly organized
• High degree of problem solving and troubleshooting
6. AMOUNT OF SUPERVISION RECEIVED
Routine: Receives many task assignments from supervisor, but may initiate certain tasks without supervision. Keeps supervisor informed of progress regularly. May have some management responsibilities, make key decisions and write and manage policies and procedures with guidance from supervisor.
MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE
• Accurate testing and troubleshooting
• Accurate reporting of test results
(0%=NEVER; 1-10%=RARELY; 11-35%=OCCASIONALLY; 36-65%=FREQUENTLY; 66-100%=CONTINUOUSLY)
Light physical effort, normally 10-20 lbs. = OCCASIONALLY
Requires ability to lift up to 20-30 lbs. = OCCASIONALLY
Lifting above shoulder level up to 15 lbs.= OCCASIONALLY
Carrying (while walking to hold or rest weight directly on hands, arms, or shoulder) = OCCASIONALLY
Pushing (to exert force on or against an object to move about) = OCCASIONALLY
Good manual dexterity required to be able to work with small parts = CONTINUOUSLY
Use of hands = CONTINUOUSLY
Fine manipulation (load parts into machine) = OCCASIONALLY
Sitting = OCCASIONALLY
Power grip = OCCASIONALLY
Good vision required = CONTINUOUSLY
Standing at workstation for long periods of time = OCCASIONALLY
Walking = OCCASIONALLY
Reaching above the shoulder = OCCASIONALLY
Reaching below the shoulder (to reach for parts/equipment) = CONTINUOUSLY
Bending (forward motion of upper body from waist to pick up or work on parts close to the floor) = OCCASIONALLY
Squatting (bending at knees to lower body) to pick up or work on part on or close to floor) – RARELY
Climbing - RARELY