Job Description This position is responsible for testing, troubleshooting and repairing moderately complex to extremely complex, high voltage electronic, electrical, and electro-mechanical products. Responsible for providing work instruction and training to new employees in department. SKILL (Education, Experience, Initiative and Ingenuity): Must be able to successfully take and pass appropriate Work Keys assessment. Advanced education such as AS degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Industrial Electronics, etc. 5-10 years electrical maintenance or testing experience. Ability to read and understand complex blueprints. Ability to work independently. Expertise with basic hand tools, air tools, gages and torque wrenches. Expertise with PCs, PLCs, Universal Voltage Power Cart, Multi-Meter, Pulsar voltage and AMP Generator, Injection Carts for Ground Fault, Di-electric Hi-Pot Tester, etc. EFFORT (Physical Demand, Mental or Visual Demand) Must have excellent natural or corrected vision. Ability to lift up to 35 pounds. Job cannot be performed alternating sitting and standing. Ability to perform continuous repetitive motions with hands and arms. Requires ability to reach overhead, pull, push, and climb a ladder to perform work. Continuously uses great deal of independent judgement and initiative in testing and troubleshooting product. RESPONSIBILITY (Equipment or Process, Material or Product, Safety of Others, Work of Others) Read and understand moderately complex to very complex blueprints, wiring diagrams, bill of materials, and schematics. Identifies discrepancies between customer requirements and finished product. Performs visual check of completely finished product following customer specs and/or QC report procedure. Performs highly complex troubleshooting and problems solving of electrical, electronic or electro-mechanical operations. Determines cause of errors and establishes a game plan to remedy errors to make the product in conformance. Interacts with Engineering on a regular basis to determine appropriate specifications when discrepancies arise. Interacts with Assembly operations regarding problems with wiring assembly. Makes minor to very complex adjustments and modifications to product. Performs OHM check, input output, PLC, etc. Utilizes PCs, PLCs, Universal Voltage Power Cart, Multi-Meter, Pulsar voltage and AMP Generator, Injection Carts for Ground Fault, Dielectric Hi-Pot Tester, etc. Provide training and guidance when new Testers to department. Interacts with external Customers, Field Sales personnel and may participate in on-site testing certification. Works closely with supervisor to ensure quality standards and shipment commitments are met. Utilizes a wide variety of hand tools, air tools, and measuring equipment. Continuously provides input to supervision, engineering, and quality groups relative to product improvement. Establishes and maintains a safe and healthful working environment in accordance with OSHA requirements. Performs other tasks as may be requested to assure the effective and continuous utilization of assets. JOB CONDITIONS (Working Conditions, Hazards) Special safety shoes designed for work in a high voltage area are required. Safety glasses are required. Additional safety attire may be required when performing electrical tests. Work is performed in a secured test environment in a manufacturing plant. Noise level is within normal and acceptable standards for environment. Proper use of various hand tools and cutting tools required. Must have 2-year technical degree.
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