Assistant Repair Technician
Associates selected for the position will be repairing set-top boxes by soldering, fixing and replacing small parts. Light mechanical skills a plus.
Associates will work with several different models of the set-top boxes. Associates will initially work and train in one area and then quickly trained on other functions/models.
Individuals must be able to solder, read schematics, troubleshoot and repair down to the individual component level.
Other equipment used by the Repair Technicians include:
An oscilloscope (often abbreviated an O-scope);
A spectrometer (spectrograph or spectroscope);
heat gun (or a soldering iron).
Must be able to change individual components that are faulty
Repairs will be evaluated by Quality Control Technicians
Previous soldering experience
Ability and previous experience reading/understanding/comprehending schematics is a plus.
Ability and manual dexterity to work with small parts
Minimum of one (1) year of experience in a fast paced production/assembly/electronic/warehouse environment
Ability to lift, bend, twist throughout shift
Capable of standing / walking entire shift
Minimum of a High School Diploma or GED
3:00pm - 11:30pm
11:30pm - 7:00am
2nd Shift - $13.50/hr.
3rd Shift (0vernight) - $14.00/hr.
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