Seeking an electrical technician to provide needed support to create, maintain and/or repair electronic components and equipment used for various optical systems. Job entails working with other electricians, engineers, or scientists onsite to keep machinery and specialty equipment running correctly. He/she will assemble, maintain, test and/or repair electrical/electronic components. Performs standard noncomplex construction and assembly of electronic components as well as testing and troubleshooting of the prototype or production model.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Coordinates component layout and assembly procedures with electronics engineer
Assembles printed circuit boards and/or electronic components following established methods and criteria
Adjusts, repairs and/or modifies electronic components working from blue prints, sketches, drawings and/or diagrams
Must be able to work with wires and small tools to construct, repair, or test circuit boards, and solder surface mount components
Ability to identify issues and recommended corrective actions to address electrical component problems
Sets up and operates standard electronic testing equipment
Repairs and/or replaces malfunctioning printed circuit boards as required
Technical school (two-year technical degree) or military service training beyond high school preferred
Skills and experience—two or more years of related electronics experience
Additional Salary Information: Competitive salary in a low cost of living desirable location.
Optonicus is a high technology company, located in Dayton, Ohio, working in the emerging technology areas of atmospheric sensing and imaging, adaptive optics, optical communications, coherent beam combining, laser target tracking, directed energy, and numerical performance analysis of atmospheric optics systems. Optonicus is focused on the research, development, and marketing of intelligent optical systems used by commercial and government organizations and has recently been awarded several new government contracts. Optonicus continues to research in several new development areas with a roadmap to deliver future commercial products. In addition to great pay and benefits, Optonicus offers a friendly and fun environment, with the opportunity to grow within the company.
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