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Test Technician Repair

Company:
L3
Location:
Sarasota, Florida, United States
Posted:
September 20, 2017
Description:

Major purpose: Develops and/or performs complex reliability/diagnostic test programs to locate equipment failures under minimal direction. Assists in the development and trial of test procedures used to isolate and resolve equipment malfunctions.

Major functions: Troubleshoots equipment problems on complicated electronic products. Presents findings and recommended solutions to customer, supervisor, or engineering departments.

Proves out recommended changes to equipment and tests to determine reliability of those changes.

Uses knowledge and experience to document and develop test procedures on non-routine and intricate operations.

Compiles test data and tracks performance of equipment. Compiles customary documentation and inventory records.

Sets up and operates all types of sophisticated test equipment, i.e., logic analyzers, storage scope, data analyzers, to trouble LDS product failures to component level.

Assists other technicians by answering questions and demonstrating complex test and troubleshooting procedures.

May assist company field personnel or the customer in locating and correcting malfunctions.

Uses programming knowledge to determine hardware/software problems.

Performs all the duties of Test Technician A position.

May have the responsibility to properly manage hazardous waste generated in his/her area. Must be familiar with Company waste disposal procedures and Emergency Response/Contingency Plan.

Technical/Functional skills:

Education/Experience/Licenses etc.: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – FAA Repair Station

• Associates Degree in Electronics Engineering or 8 years’ experience as an Electronic Technician / Engineer

• Minimum 4 years’ experience required including setting up and operating all types of sophisticated test equipment, i.e., logic analyzers, storage scopes, data analyzers, to troubleshoot LDS product failures to component level.

• Preferred experience includes direct work experience in an FAA repair Station.

• Understands and complies with all FAA Repair Station Part 145 rules and regulations.

• Must meet and maintain FAA safety sensitive status.

• Must be able to meet and maintain FAA part 65 subpart E requirements within 18 months of starting in the position.

• Must be willing and able to interface with customers on a regular basis.

• Good computer skills.

COMPETENCIES

• Leads by example and fosters ethical behavior within the team

• Drives a culture of transparency and integrity

• Leader of change, is able to work effectively in a variety of situations, seeks opportunities

• Strong internal / external customer service skills

Equal Opportunity Employer - minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identify.