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Job Number: 2159282

The Service Repair Technician will work under general supervision and follow oral and/or written instructions, and performs repair and testing processes to produce tested electro-mechanical assemblies or associated sub-assemblies.

Core Job Responsibilities - (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following):

  • Performs simple and complex repairs on RMA assemblies.
  • Provide assistance with failure analysis of RMAs and properly documents findings.
  • Install and upgrade new firmware and product software.
  • Performs tasks in preparation for repair and testing. Is able to verify assembly documentation accuracy, read engineering drawings etc.
  • Sets up, operates and maintains machines/equipment/fixtures needed to perform repair and testing processes.
  • Provide detailed symptom descriptions for failure uncovered during functional test and calibration to assist in component-level troubleshooting.
  • Communicates status of testing with supervisor and other departments as necessary.
  • Conducts complex quality inspection of own or others work to insure workmanship standards are met.
  • Properly completes manufacturing documentation and helps maintain its accuracy. Initiates material request (MTs), reports quality issues (process logs) and records transactions in SAP as needed to preserve traceability.
  • Follows all corporate, safety and production procedures and regulations and maintains a clean and orderly workstation. Assures that his/her group adheres to company standards and regulations.
  • Maintain accuracy of material transactions and cycle count raw material, sub-assemblies and work-in-progress material on the line. Accurately determine and report shortages
  • Perform other duties and tasks as assigned.
  • Maintains an excellent attendance record.

Required Experiences and Qualifications:

  • 2 year technical degree or equivalent experience or training.
  • 3 years of minimum experience as a technician for a medical device company or complex electromechanical capital equipment manufacturer.
  • Mechanical and electrical aptitude.
  • Familiarity with anti-static/ESD principles and controls.
  • Comprehension in reading mechanical drawings and technical writing.
  • Ability to understand detailed schematics, system interconnect diagrams, and test procedures.
  • Adept at working in group settings or individually with minimal supervision.
  • Good interpersonal communication skills.
  • Has a positive attitude and is flexible to changes in work assignment.
  • Trade school, junior college certification in appropriate program or military specialist training (preferred)
  • Preferred: ERP experience (SAP or QAD)

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