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Test Equipment Technician II - night shift in Seguin, TX at Continental

Date Posted: 1/22/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Responsible for Preventive and Corrective maintenance and repair of In­Circuit, Functional, and X­Ray Test/Inspection electrical and mechanical systems hardware, software, and tooling.

Core Responsibilities
• Maintain test equipment including repairs, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and spare part replacement identification.
• Identify, initiate and document improvements to test equipment, programs, and fabrication procedures.
• Assist other techs in investigating production problems, determining root cause & implementing corrective action.
• Assist in debug and qualification of test equipment
• Assist in the periodic relocation and requalification of test equipment.
• Support efforts to meet line product First Pass Yield, Scrap, and equipment MTBF goals.
• Assist with installation, debug and qualification of new equipment/processes.
• Troubleshoot/diagnose difficult, infrequent problems with processes/equipment with minimal direction/documentation.
• Communicate problems and/or transaction status with appropriate personnel to include other shifts.

Must be able to work overtime (including weekends) on an “as needed” basis.
Comply with established health and safety regulations.

Basic Qualifications
Associates of Applied Science in Electronics or other technical degree or equivalent military training.
5+ years repair or maintenance experience
Troubleshooting electronic and electro-mechanical systems
Ability to read and interpret electronic and pneumatic schematics

Preferred Qualifications
• Excellent mechanical ability is essential regarding understanding of mechanics and troubleshooting.
• Knowledgeable with using a computer program to control an electronic or electro­mechanical device.
• Programming familiarity and use of various software packages.
• Ability to read and interpret blueprints & electrical schematics in equipment manuals.
• Able to design complex circuits for control devices or other similar applications.