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Electrical Technician - Fremont, CA

Job Description:

Our Client is the recognized leader in high quality component and systems manufacturing. They have an excellent opportunity for you to become a part of their success.

 

The Electrical Technician will perform mechanical assembly, electrical wiring and testing of complex chassis. The ideal candidates should be able to carry out the sequence of operations for both mechanical and electrical installations of assembled chassis according to our standard practice and should have knowledge of parts as applied to various mechanical configurations, point to point electrical (AC/DC) wiring and other electrical peripherals for wide variety of chassis models.

 

Major tasks will include:

Provide guidance to junior personnel

Understand and configure electro-mechanical component requirements through AWO instructions and BOM

Perform mechanical repair, troubleshoot wiring and testing complex units

Communicate effectively, recommend and generate DDR changes on document where applicable to actual wiring and mechanical build of chassis

Perform self-inspection according to Manufacturing checklist

 

Requirements include:

·       Ability to read and work from both mechanical and wiring diagrams and written instructions.

·       Ability to troubleshoot problems in electrical circuitry and some basic exposure to electronic circuits

·       Understanding of basic formulas to calculate electrical circuit parameters

·       Ability to understand and configure electro-mechanical component requirements through

Assembly work order instructions and B.O.M.

·       Good manual dexterity

·       Familiarity with the use of various electronic components (i.e. multi meter, crimping tools, soldering iron, etc.) and mechanical hand tools (i.e. power screw/nut driver, hand drill, caliper, etc.)

·       Good communication skills, good math skills

·       Must be able to lift/carry up to 25 pounds.

·       Associates degree/technical certification in electronics or equivalent and 4-5 years of related experience.

Job ID:
328041

Dept ID:
10571

Location:
Fremont, CA
United States of America

Industry:
Engineering / Engineering

Job Type:
Temp to Hire Position
Folder Group ID
35

Posted Date:6/11/2018

Domain:arna

Contact: ibarba@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Electrical Technician

Location: Fremont, CA

Job Type: Temp to Hire Position

Reference ID: 328041

Posted Date: 6/11/2018

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