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Electronic Technician - 1st Shift

Summary:

Kay and Associates, Inc. is seeking an Electronic Technician for a 1st shift position in Wheeling, IL.

Our client company provides high-mix, high-complexity, start-to-finish manufacturing and supply chain solutions to companies in the Industrial Controls, Instrumentation, Medical, Communications, Transportation, Military / Aerospace and Safety & Security industries.

Location:

Wheeling, IL

Work Schedule:
1stShift: Monday Friday, 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Pay:
$16.00+ / hour (depending on skill level)

Responsibilities:

  • Analyze electronic and electromechanical assemblies to determine cause of product defect to include circuit analysis, part identification diagnosis, and replacement of defective components to bring product into specification.
  • Analyze defective components to determine failure cause and provide report if necessary, for engineering and purchasing corrective action.
  • Maintain records, test data and develop reports as required.
  • Assist with general/electronic maintenance of test equipment and production equipment.
  • Quality NCRs, CARs, overall improvements.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to push, pull, lift and carry from floor height to 6 high, up-to 50 lbs.

Requirements:

  • Associates Degree or higher in an Electronics field.
  • 2 years of experience in electronics troubleshooting
  • PCB thru-hole and SMT soldering skills.
  • Ability to read electronic schematics and prints.
  • Self-motivated with root cause/resolution mentality.
  • Excellent oral, written, and listening communication skills.
  • Proficiency in MS Office.
  • Ability to learn new operations and handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines.
  • Accuracy and dependability essential.

NOTE: Any offer of employment is contingent on passing a drug test and background screen prior to starting.



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