6190 118th Ave N Largo, FL 33773
Performs routine tests on products manufactured for sale. Responsible for performing the following: calibration, hypot, transient and final test routines. Also responsible for performing one or a combination of installing, repairing or troubleshooting electronic assemblies to the component level on solid state or digital electronic equipment.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
- Tests, troubleshoots and repairs electronic assemblies that do not conform to specifications.
- Maintains accurate records of test data and test time.
- Actively supports our continuous improvement quality program by providing feedback and recommendation on activities centered around work station.
- Accesses product information from MIS terminal and run ATS programs and program EEPROMS.
- Tests products according to specification within prescribed time standard.
- Accurately reports time spent on various jobs, Electrical Summaries, Contract Reports and other required forms used to complete the manufacturing process.
The employee should be able to effectively use Digital multimeters, oscilloscopes (analog/digital), synthesizer/functional generator, AC power supply, DC power supply, hypot tester (AC/DC), hand solder tools, PC computer.
Education And/Or Experience
AA degree in electronics or equivalent. Two years’ experience in a production test environment. Prior experience using Windows Office Suite software such as Word and Excel. Knowledge of DOS environment. Hand soldering experience is required.
Skills & Knowledge
The employee should have:
- Ability to isolate faults accurately and in a timely manner.
- Training in troubleshooting solid state and digital circuits to the component level.
- Ability to work in an organized efficient manner.
- Knowledge of troubleshooting digital and active filter circuits at production level and be able to demonstrate that knowledge.
- General electronics and technical repair background and apply that background to Beckwith Product base.
- Have or develop working knowledge of Beckwith products.
The employee should be able to read, analyze, and interpret technical procedures, schematics, work instructions, or standards used by our industry such as ANSI & IEEE. Should have the ability to write, analyze test reports, and technical procedure manuals. Should have the ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients and customers. Should be able to read blue prints, wiring diagrams, assembly and schematic drawings and interpret special instructions regarding work to be done as required by customer, product specification.
Must be able to work with mathematical concepts which deal with electronic theory. In addition, must be aware of statistical inference, and have the ability to apply concepts of algebra and trigonometry.