|Reports To:||Engineering Manager|
Experienced electronics technician needed for a growing high voltage power supply development company. This person should have a strong electronics background and be comfortable troubleshooting to component level. Prefer background knowledge of high voltage and traditional power supply topologies. Good soldering skills, electronic parts, and basic mechanical knowledge are required. Ability to work with minimal supervision is critical. The ideal candidate must be a team player.
- A 2-year technical degree in electronics, Associate in Science, or other technical training
- Experienced in electronic troubleshooting PCB level
- Experienced working with both digital and analog systems
- Understanding of both development and production environments
- Mechanical ability based on past work history
- Knowledgeable of industry standards (UL, CSA, ISO)
- Critical thinker and problem solver
- Motivated self-starter
- Able to read schematics
- Familiar with schematic capture tools
- Familiar with BOM’s
- Skilled in full MS Office suite
- Proficient with standard lab equipment (Multi-meter, Function generator, Power meter, O’scope)
- Good attitude and work ethic in a team environment
- Have satisfactory English written/reading communication
- Be adaptable to changing environments
- Able to handle Heavy Lab equipment
- Able to solder with tweezers and small surface mount components using microscopes
- Able to maintain a presentable work station
- At least 6 years of applicable experience.
- Certified J-STD (does not need to be up to date)
- Experienced with PADS schematic capture tool
- Experienced with power supplies, DC to DC, AC to DC, Buck, Boost, Flyback etc.
- Experienced with high voltage >500V
- Familiar with MS Visio
We offer benefits, which include health insurance, dental, vision, life, STD, LTD, and a 401k to the right candidate.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and levels of work performed by people assigned to this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by the person so classified. Nor is this summary an employment contract or promise of ongoing employment.