The electrical engineering technician performs processes to build, assemble, and wire prototypes, pneumatic and electrical/electronic equipment mechanisms and other equipment in accordance with product specifications and quality standards.
- Designs and builds control systems for testing sub-assemblies.
- Develops test procedures with repeatable and reliable results.
- Maintains equipment, including ordering parts and directing or performing preventative and repair maintenance as needed.
- Troubleshoots and repairs mechanical and electronic equipment.
- Maintains logs and writes reports of activity results and equipment maintenance.
- Maintains technical documentation; writes technical reports, and develops charts, graphs, and schematics to describe and illustrate system’s operating characteristics.
- Creates and reviews technical drawings, blueprints, schematics or specifications.
- Designs and builds working protype models.
- Programs PLC controllers to perform specific tasks.
- Operates instruments, tracks test results, and troubleshoots when problems arise.
- Drives continuous improvement for all Customer Service implementation and activities while upholding the highest standards of quality and professionalism.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Possesses strong analytical skills and have an eye for detail, as well as be able to act decisively and independently when circumstances warrant it.
- Possesses experience with basic computer functions; the more experience with technical writing, computer-aided design, drafting and office software, the better.
The electrical engineering technician does not have any supervisory responsibilities.
- Possession of a college degree or another accredited form of training in relevant to the industry or sufficient previous job experience in engineering.
- One to three years of experience in a technical or related field.
- Good communications skills and teamwork are a necessity.