Electronic Technician

The Electronic Technician is responsible for repairing and upgrading devices that are returned from the field. The Electronic Technician also will be repairing new units that failed Quality Assurance (QA) in house, as needed.
Perform work according to work instructions, as well make repairs that may not have recorded documentation
Work as part of a team to identify trends and new problems the group is seeing
Perform automated tests via terminal emulator
Troubleshoot circuit problems down to the component level
Repair returned tracking units
Upgrade and modify tracking units as needed
Document device failures and components replaced or scrapped
The employee will be working in a warehouse environment, which may be cold or hot depending on the season
The employee frequently is required to sit for extended periods
The employee frequently works with chemicals and is provided all necessary protective and precautionary equipment.
Minimum of 4 years experience working as an Electronic Technician
Technical or Electronics Degree or IPC J-STD-001 certification preferred
Previous experience with Cellular/RF Technologies a plus
Ability to read electronic schematics
Familiar with and able to use soldering station, de-soldering station, DMM, microscope, oscilloscope, hot tweezers, and other equipment used in Electronic Technician field
Must be comfortable soldering small fine pitch & through hole parts
Proven problem solving abilities and analytical skills
Good communication skills
Follows through on all assigned tasks
Good computer skills
Very high level of attention to detail
Works well in a fast paced team environment
Must pass a basic electronics test before hire
Contact: Jennifer Strieker
Email: hr@securealert.com
ease submit your resume to hr@securealert.com. Please include "Electronic Technician" in the subject line, so we know what open position you are applying for. Please feel free to visit our website for more information about our Company: www.securealert.com.

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