• Engineering Technician, II

    Location CA-ON-Mississauga
    Job ID
    49415
    Function
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Under guidance from engineers, creates circuits and prototypes of design assemblies. Tests prototypes using standard lab equipment/processes. Maintains records of preliminary schematics and documents test results.

    Responsibilities

    • Follows established processes to create and test prelimary product assemblies.
    • Works from written and verbal descriptions, or defined plans to perform testing, checkout and trouble-shooting functions. Performs operational test and fault isolation on product assemblies and hardware.
    • Determines methods or actions to remedy malfunctions. Performs audits and tests of products in development in accordance with test plans and procedures. Debugs and characterizes defects, provides detailed configuration and descriptions for passing and failing tests for product evaluation reports. Identifies actual or potential problems in test plans or company products.
    • Records results of tests and maintains lab documentation as requierd..
    • Works on analysis of processes and delivers results to necessary stakeholders.
    • Assists product development engineers in the diagnosis and replication of product failures. Analyzes test  results and makes recommendations. .
    • Reviews changes or upgrades to existing designs and ensures testing is completed for each design revision .
    • Exercises judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions on assignments

    Qualifications

    • U.S. Only:
      • BS degree preferred, must have classes or coursework in engineering
      • 2+ years technician experience
    • All other Regions:
      • Preferred Education: Bachelor's degree preferred
      • Preferred Work Experience (years):
      • Key Skills and Competencies: 
        • Ability to properly use lab equipment
        • Quantitative and problem solving skills

     

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