Test System Engineering Technician II
- $26 to $32 Hourly
Myron L Company is seeking a Test System Engineering Technician with a strong critical thinking. A successful candidate has a working knowledge of basic electronics to properly maintain, debug, and improve electronic test systems in collaboration with the quality and engineering departments.
Duties and Responsibilities
Existing Test System Support
- Respond to Test System User Requests for support.
- Run tests or fault diagnostics to locate and address electronic problem(s).
- Disassemble/reassemble circuit boards and other structures.
- Identify and order new/replacement components if needed.
- Keep test equipment in good working order as well as maintain manuals and project files.
- Keep logs and reports to outline tests run, parts used, troubleshooting approach, and repairs completed.
- Regularly update custom equipment manuals and maintain parts inventory reports.
- Perform preventive maintenance—logging tasks completed and making procedural notes. Suggest adjustments to preventative maintenance schedule to optimize resources.
- Install and/or upgrade software on existing test systems.
New Test System Support
- Integrate test circuitry in prototypes and final test equipment.
- Set up and run initial tests on new electronic systems or equipment as directed by a Test Engineer.
- Validate test system prototypes and calibrate equipment with notes and procedures from engineers. Identify potential issues and propose solutions to mitigate problems.
- Maintain detailed records of validation tests and upgrades performed.
- Perform second pass final validation/verification of test equipment.
- Verify the accuracy and workflow of test system operating procedures.
- Train production and QC personnel on equipment operation and test procedures.
Skills and Qualifications
- Electronic Background – Must read and understand wiring diagrams, drawings, and schematics, and must be familiar with basic electronics concepts.
- Electronic Equipment – Must be able to skillfully operate bench test equipment such as oscilloscopes, digital multi meters, signal generators, and power supplies. Must know how to solder.
- Computer Proficiency – Proficient with MSOffice applications. Ability to learn programming language like Python, Arduino, C, etc.
- Problem-Solving – It often takes several steps to diagnose a problem with an electronic component. This position requires an individual be well versed on how to identify and provide solutions to electronic equipment issues and breakdowns.
- Communication Skills – Strong oral and written communication skills are crucial (submitting various reports, speaking with engineers, project managers, programmers, and other technicians).
Myron L CompanyCarlsbad, CA
You Already Have an Account
We're sending an email you can use to verify and access your account.
If you know your password, you can go to the sign in page.