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Role Summary: The Vandalia Electronic Technician will perform all responsibilities of testing, measuring, and recording for acceptance of electrical power equipment in a production environment and/or perform product development and qualifications of electrical power equipment in a lab environment.
Essential Responsibilities: • Review, understand, and follow routers, procedures, specification, and other instructions for completeness to perform • operation • Perform basic computer skills as needed • Set up and operate standard electronic / electrical and mechanical test apparatus and equipment • Troubleshoot AC and DC boards to component level • Communicate technical issues effectively to other employees in the department as well as engineers • Solder and de-solder SMT and through holes during the development stage of hardware • Assemble and modify experimental circuits and prototypes according to engineering instructions • Read and use electronic schematics • Read and follow detailed work instructions and interpret technical documents • Practically apply basic math calculations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions, decimals and whole numbers) • Conversion of numbers to and from metrics • Apply common sense understanding to common situations and solve job related problems requiring occasional assistance • Read and understand applicable information such as written instructions, procedures and specifications that apply to daily operations • Read and complete forms and generate meaningful reports and charts • Maintain an excellent record of attendance and punctuality • Work in a team-based environment • Make decisions based on experience and available data • Accept and give constructive criticism • Maintain a positive attitude • Demonstrate an ambition to excel and advance in skills and knowledge • Conform to all EHS guidelines including, but not limited to, wearing • Work in an area where there may be moderate noise intensity (85 to 89.9 dBa) and areas where hearing protection is required • Work in an area where, due to normal machining operations, there may be dust, fumes, or smoke (not over OSHA Permissible Exposure Levels) • Lift up to 25 pounds repetitively, occasionally lifts up to 35 pounds non-repetitively, and sometimes lift over 35 pounds with assistance • Successful candidate may be required to take classes in team building, environmental health and safety, and/or other on-the-job training to learn specific assignments • Comply with and support all GE policies and the “Integrity: The Spirit and The Letter of Our Commitment” guide
Qualifications/Requirements: • High school diploma or the equivalent • Associate’s degree in electronic engineering technology or equivalent military training and coursework • Able and willing to use oscilloscopes, function generators, multi-meters, AC/DC power supplies, and voltage/current probes • Able and willing to read and use electronic schematics • Able and willing to read and follow detailed work instructions and interpret technical documents
Desired Characteristics: • 2 years of experience in electronics
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