Summary: Applies electrical theory and related knowledge to test and modify developmental or operational electrical machinery and electrical control equipment and circuitry.
Duties: Assembles and tests experimental motor control devices, switch panels, electronic-hydraulic controls, solenoids, and other electrical equipment and components.
Read and interpret electrical diagrams or blueprints and determine from these how to build the circuit or components and then be able to troubleshoot the circuit or components.
Modifies electrical devices to correct functional deviations under direction of appropriate Engineering resources.
Diagnoses cause of electrical or mechanical malfunction or failure of operational equipment and perform preventative and corrective maintenance.
Perform troubleshooting on electrical control systems with emphasis on electric over hydraulic controls.
Competencies: Demonstrates attention to detail. Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; develops alternative solutions. Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.
Qualifications: Education - Two (2) year college or university program certificate; or two (2) to four (4) years related experience and/or training; equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have two (2) to four (4) years of troubleshooting experience on automotive type electrical circuits or electric over hydraulic circuits.
Physical Demands: Regularly required to stand and use hands and fingers. Frequently required to walk, stand, reach with hands and arms. Occasionally required to sit, talk and hear. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and color vision.
Work Environment: Occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions. Noise level is usually loud.
Must be 18 (years old) to apply.
Benefits: Weekly pay, medical, dental, vision, vacation, holidays, sick leave, tuition assistance, 401K and Flexible Benefit Account