This is an opening for an Electronics/Bench Technician with hands-on experience in an electronics lab of a manufacturing facility.
Testing and troubleshooting electronic assemblies and sub-assemblies received from external suppliers in the U.S. and beyond.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
•A minimum of 1-2 years of experience as a Bench Technician working in, and facilitating work in, an electronics lab environment in a manufacturing facility with a proven record of success meeting expectations, schedules, cost and following established processes and protocols.
•Ability to effectively communicate status, technical issues, and general information by various means at all levels in a team-oriented environment
•Must be able to read, understand and interpret electronic schematics, electronic drawings, mechanical drawings, test and assembly instructions, and specifications
•Ability to hand-solder complex narrow pitch surface-mount devices and similar packages and be able to assemble and test RF cables such as SMA, N-type and other cable/harness connectors
•ISCET Certification preferred
•Knowledge and experience with setting up and operating test equipment including oscilloscopes, multi-meters, RF signal generators, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, and other types of test equipment
•Proficient with hand tools used for assembly and maintenance of systems; may operate drill press, band saw, shear, brake, hand drills, or other tools to fabricate parts, brackets, terminal boards and chassis
•Must have general computer skills including MS Office Word and Excel
•Must be able to meet occupational requirements including the ability to lift, move and walk with 40 lbs.
•Associate or Technical Degree in Electronics Engineering
•A minimum of 1-2 years of experience as a Bench Technician working in, and facilitating work in, an electronics lab environment in a manufacturing facility
•Proficient skills in Microsoft Excel
•Ability to read, understand and interpret electronic schematics, electronic drawings, mechanical drawings, test and assembly instructions, and specifications
•Ability to set up and operate test equipment
•Ability to operate hand tools used for assembly and maintenance of systems
•Must be able to stand for long periods of time.
•Must be able to lift, move, and walk with 40 lbs.
•Good reading and up-close vision with or without glasses.
About Lathem Time Corporation
Lathem Time Corporation is a trusted partner for time and attendance solutions and has been for 100 years! We are experts in our field and the brand of choice for millions. Nobody’s done it longer, and in our opinion, nobody does it better.
Here at Lathem, we are undergoing exciting growth and have big opportunities. This requires high performing teams and team leaders who are dependable, respectful, honest, flexible, and believe in the power of teamwork.
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