Failure Analysis Technician
May perform basic technical support for printed circuit boards, subassemblies, production equipment or other related company products. Performs tasks such as, but not limited to, the following: Reads and analyzes schematic diagrams, circuit descriptions and similar technical information. Troubleshoots and repairs failed products. Inspects for physical and visual quality requirements. Isolates and replaces faulty components. Sets up, operates, and adjusts test sets and auxiliary equipment. Proves tests and test sets. Troubleshoots and repairs test equipment/fixture problems. Performs reactive maintenance on electromechanical surface mount assembly equipment. Provides basic product technical data setup support for printed circuit boards, subassemblies, or other related company products. Reads and analyzes schematic diagrams, Component Data, Engineering Change Order and similar technical information. Inspects for standard quality requirements. Maintains records for technical product data availability, data integrity, and data completeness.
~Engineering Foundation Competencies
~Knowledge of electrical systems and principals of operation.
~Knowledge of the setup, operation, and maintenance of specific equipment sets used in manufacturing processes.
~Knowledge of electronic circuitry and testing and debugging procedures.
~Basic knowledge of computer programming.
~Ability to read and interpret product specifications and schematics drawings.
~Ability to analyze equipment and systems, troubleshoot problems and make appropriate repairs.
~Knowledge of digital electronics and repair methodologies.
~Knowledge of personal computers and Windows applications.
~Duties of the position are performed in a manufacturing environment with frequent exposure to noise, dust, chemicals, operating machinery, temperature extremes, hazardous substances, etc.
~Duties require extended periods of sustained visual concentration on detailed documentation and product assemblies.
~Duties of the position require periodic light physical effort and exertion including prolonged repetitive motions, sitting in confined workspaces, using tools and equipment, and moving and handling materials.
Zero to two years' relevant experience.
Two or three year community college diploma in a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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