Build, test, troubleshoot, and repair electronic and electromechanical assemblies per applicable documentation and quality workmanship standards
Assist in performing engineering tests for the purpose of data collection and evaluation
Diagnose problems in assembly and schematic drawings and recommend changes
Determine technical accuracy, operation, and proper sequencing of test procedures
Provide technical support to customers, including identifying and correcting specific customer problems
Provide technical reports consisting of relevant test procedures and results
Perform tests in accordance with test procedures
Document testing and record test results
Troubleshoot and correct malfunctions at the component and subassembly level
Solder various components to PCB Assemblies
Wire and solder prototypes and other complex assemblies of unique or unusual design per applicable specifications
Assemble chassis components using a variety of hardware
Assemble electromechanical devices using a variety of hardware
Perform other assignments as required
Basic computer skills (Excel and Word); basic Access skills per location requirements
Ability to operate electronic test equipment specifically including oscilloscopes, function generators, and digital volt meters
Ability to read and interpret wiring drawings and schematic diagrams
Ability to read and interpret engineering assembly drawings
Ability to read and understand production drawings
Basic soldering skills
Ability to build electronic assemblies
About Intervala, LLC
Intervala LLC - is a broad-based contract manufacturer of electronics for technology-driven companies. The company's 135,000-square-foot Pittsburgh operation is a leader in the design, engineering and manufacturing of superior quality, circuit card assemblies and electromechanical systems for customers doing business in diverse markets, including factory automation, medical instrumentation, transportation, packaging and other specialty markets. The company's engineering expertise, combined with cellular manufacturing and support services, enables the company to meet customer requirements for on-time, high-quality, competitively-priced electronic products. Intervala LLC is certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 quality standards. The company's Web site is located at www.intervala.com
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