No - Will consider candidates that relocate on their own
The Engineering Technician is responsible for:
- Maintaining the Advanced Development Laboratory
- Order and Organize Supplies
- Maintain Lab Test Equipment
- Maintain Laboratory Facilities
- Supporting Advanced Development Engineering
- Building Prototype Products
- Building Production Test Equipment
- Documenting Manufacturing Processes
- Assist Development Engineers with Qualification testing at outside test labs
- Supporting Manufacturing
- Providing training and Technical Support
- Travel to Customer Sites as required, supporting Ward Leonard Products
- Understand and demonstrate competence building electrical control panels
- Understand and demonstrate competence in basic shop practices
- Repair and modify PC Boards including surface mount and thru hole technology
- Troubleshoot analog and digital circuits
- Use lab test equipment, voltmeters, oscilloscopes, PC based test systems
- Familiarity with embedded controls a plus
- Read, interpret schematics and write procedures
- Read, interpret and follow MIL or Commercial Test Procedures
Customer/Vendor Work Relationships
- Works mostly with other members of the Engineering Department
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Reports to Controls Engineering Manager
- This position includes sitting at a desk doing normal office work, including phone communications and using a computer but primarily involves working in a development laboratory fabricating, building and testing, electromechanical and electronic equipment and products.
Environmental / Safety / Time Allocation
- Spends approximately 25% of time working at a desk in a laboratory environment.
- Spends about 75% of time on work away from desk building equipment or products. Must wear eye protection and any other required personal protective equipment while in the Lab or on the shop floor.