Electronics Laboratory Technician
A REGULAR DAY AT WORK (Essential Duties and Responsibilities):
For us going to work every day has an even greater purpose than putting the latest product or technology on the market. It’s about improving the everyday lives of millions. By being sustainable and open to new ideas we can push the boundaries of cooking, cleaning, and wellbeing at home. But to keep doing so, we need more people who want to innovate and re-imagine what life at home can be.
In this role you will be supporting the electronic design engineering staff with various tasks to deliver electronic solutions to cooking appliances. You will build, test, analyze, and troubleshoot prototype electronic circuits, parts (including electronic controls), and appliances to research and develop product features/functions. You will perform design/development experiments that may require non-standard procedures and complex instrumentation (e.g., oscilloscopes, multi-meters, current clamps, data acquisition systems, Thermal imaging camera) when required.
- Must be able to diagnose and locate circuit, component, and equipment faults, followed by appropriate corrective action.
- Coordinate/conduct performance, design verification, validation, and environmental testing based on written specifications.
- Supports electronics quality team as needed with assignments targeted to SCR, FTQ, and other quality initiatives.
- At the completion of testing, return the test stands to ready status by removing product specific fixtures, storing miscellaneous test equipment, and returning loose tools.
- Generate detailed test reports using standard laboratory templates.
- Support the Laboratory Manager in various maintenance tasks.
WHO YOU ARE:
- With a number of projects running simultaneously, flexibility and agility are essential.
- Both reactive and proactive, you work efficiently and flexibly to deliver results.
- With an eye for detail and the ability to interpret complex data, you can also translate this into meaningful, useful information that informs decision-making.
- You build trust, good working relationships and communicate effectively with your colleagues and across functions.
- You set the pace and the priorities, and then you bring a methodical approach to meeting your goals.
- You are driven to succeed and focused on leading your team to achieve.
- You can work autonomously but will never be on your own, working proactively to identify the opportunities and implement the plan.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE (Minimum Qualifications):
- Minimum two-year technical degree or equivalent combination of education/experience in electronics required.
- One (1) plus years’ experience in an industrial R&D environment preferred.
- Demonstrated proficiency and experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, and SharePoint.
- Must pass a written and applied knowledge test (Electronic Tech Test written and applied). Written test will cover basic electronic theory. Applied portion will cover soldering ability.
- Preferred one (1) year of hands-on experience as an Electronics Technician is a lab environment.
- Proficient in the use of electronic instruments like oscilloscopes, digital multi-meters, data-acquisition systems, and logic analyzers required.
- Demonstrate ability for fine manual dexterity (e.g., soldering of fine electronic components). Must be able to solder surface mount and through hole components.
- Demonstrated ability to read and understand electrical and electronic schematics required.
- Able to bend, stoop, grip, reach and lift up to 40 lbs. On a repetitive basis.
- Able to stand or sit for the majority of the shift.