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Electronic Test Technican
Ref No.: 18-28016
Location: Oro Valley, Arizona
Position Type:Right to Hire
Pay Rate : $ 19.00 - 22.00 /Hour
Skill Type
Skill Type:Engineering
NESCO Resource is currently recruiting for an Electronic Test Technician at an engineering support level for our client in Tucson, Arizona!

This position will requires initial and periodic testing, calibration, and certification of electronic and electromechanical test equipment - under manufacturing and standards lab conditions - prior to use in testing other equipment, components, and systems during quality acceptance. In addition, perform diagnosis, repair, and modification servicing commercial and company-designed electronic and electromechanical test equipment, including functional and operational testing.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Sets up test equipment and tests per specification
  • Performs troubleshooting and failure analysis of analog and digital circuitry malfunctions to the component level
  • Provides detailed written failure description with root cause analysis to production and engineering
  • Follows written and verbal instructions, adheres to all company guidelines, policies and procedures
  • Assists other departments with tasks in other production cells/locations
  • Performs a range of routine mechanical and/or electromechanical assembly of small parts or components in accordance with company instructions and procedures
  • Position very small parts such as ceramic board, crystals, gages, fine pins, fire wire, solder particles and epoxy under binocular microscope using tweezers or positioning fixtures
  • Adjusts, bends, aligns and solders fine wires to resistors and base parts
  • Bonds or seals parts or assemblies with epoxies using direct heating elements and performs a variety of in-process testing

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Experience in operation, calibration, maintenance, troubleshooting, diagnosis, and repair of electronic and electromechanical test equipment in a manufacturing or standards laboratory environment, or equivalent technical training in calibration and repair of test equipment and metrology.
  • Must have worked from commercial test equipment service manuals, design drawings, sketches, handbooks, and engineering specifications.
  • Knowledge of calibration quality requirements from standards such as ANSI/NSCL Z540, ISO 17025, or equivalent a PLUS.
  • Good manual dexterity required to work with small parts
For immediate consideration apply now and/or contact me directly: Eilene Salcido at 520-308-5983.