about 1 month ago
Job Title: Electronics Troubleshooting Technician - OH
Rate: $13 to $25.00 DOE
Duration: 4 Months
Chipton-Ross is seeking an Electronics Troubleshooting Technician for an opening in Mason, OH.
Client seeks a full time electronics troubleshooter for our Launch Vehicle avionics productions lines – supporting vehicles such as the Atlas V, Delta IV, and Space Launch System (SLS). If you have 5 year or longer history of working directly with test equipment, scopes, meters, schematics, parts lists, etc. to perform component level troubleshooting on a wide variety of circuit types, and you are excited by the chance to learn Aerospace technology, we are interested in hearing from you.
• Become the company expert on diagnosing one or more product lines.
• First responder when a unit or circuit card assembly fails test on the production line.
• Document initial findings while test is paused on failure.
• Work with Engineering and our customers to help develop troubleshooting plans.
• Perform hands-on troubleshooting both independently and in support of the Product Engineer to the component level.
• Document the investigation using our internal tools and standards.
• Make recommendations for Corrective Actions regarding the current findings, and Preventive Actions to reduce the likelihood of recurrence.
• Determine any potential collateral impact of the failure mode on similar units.
• Create annotated schematics and a library of known failure modes and symptoms.
• 5 years or more component/circuit level electronics troubleshooting experience (board swap troubleshooting not applicable.)
o Must be able to interpret electronic schematics.
o Must have the skills to perform independent research on electronic components.
o Must be able to analyze series/parallel circuit voltages and currents.
o Can articulate basic troubleshooting strategies and give personal examples of their use.
o Can articulate common failure modes and their impacts on circuits.
? Relays, IC’s, Op Amps, Transistors, Resistors, Diodes, FPGA’s,
• Technical writing skills - writing so that people across the country understand what failed, how we investigated, how we resolved, and how we will prevent future occurrences.
• Skills operating modern test equipment used in the execution of diagnosing electronic failures.
• Ability to adapt to continuously shifting priorities across multiple product lines to support delivery schedules.
• Intermediate skills with Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel.
• Prior experience with LabVIEW and/or Test Stand software from National Instruments.
• Expertise with an electronics CAD tool such as PSpice, LT Spice or Altium for modeling and troubleshooting circuits.
• Experience working in a manufacturing environment.
• Strong understanding of Analog, Digital, and RF signals
• 2 year Associates of Science technology degree with an emphasis on electronic components and circuits, or military equivalent technical school or trade school.
Off Shift 9/90 6:30AM-4PM Wed-Sun off every other Mon
Candidates responding to this posting must currently possess the eligibility to work in the United States. No third parties please.
Chipton-Ross is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Women/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.