Direct Hire Non-Professional

2nd Shift & 3rd Shift Shift Information 2nd shift:
30 pm to 12 am 3rd shift:
12 am to 7 am Must have troubleshooting down to the component level on their resume Function:
This position is responsible for testing, troubleshooting, and processing production units. Typical Duties:
-Tests products for load capabilities, mechanical characteristics, polarity, voltage, amperage, inductance, shorts, grounds, circuits continuity and physical properties. -Troubleshoot analog and digital circuits. This position requires troubleshooting to the component level. -Perform routine repair activities on avionics equipment including surface mount and thru hole solder repair. -Must comprehend blue prints and schematics. -Knowledge of electronic theory including microprocessor based products. -Experienced in dielectric and hypot testing and safety measures involved when performing test. -Must comprehend all ESS procedures and be proficient in performing the test. -Recommend efficiency enhancements for fast paced electronic trouble shooting environment. Educational and Experience Requirements:
-Must have an electronics background with 3-5 years complimentary work history in a manufacturing environment or service environment. -High school diploma or equivalent required. Qualifications:
-Demonstrated proficiency with test equipment such as oscilloscopes and logic analyzers including triggering, waveform capture and comparisons. -Demonstrated proficiency with personal computers including word processors and spreadsheets -Must comprehend blue prints and schematics. -Experienced in dielectric and hypot testing and safety measures involved when performing test. -Knowledge of electronic theory including microprocessor based products. -Must be able to give direction and guidance in electronic trouble shooting techniques and repair. -Must be able to schedule trouble shooting activities to complement production requirements. -Must be a team player and support work capacity within a fast paced work environment. Additional Requirements:
-Must be a US citizen, Permanent Resident Alien, or person granted status as an asylee. -Must wear appropriate Protective Equipment such as safety glasses, safety shoes, etc. -Frequent standing, sitting stooping. -Occasional climbing, balancing, crouching, reaching.

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