EMC Technician, Level 2(1st shift,7:30am-4:30pm)SPRINGFIELD
DEPARTMENT: Electronic Engineering
REPORTS TO: EMC Lab Leader
Primary duties will be supporting the electronic design engineering staff with various tasks to deliver electronic solutions to cooking appliances in production. These duties are various, but will be primarily focused on Electronics and Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC). In addition to this are the following expected duties and responsibilities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:• Build, test, analyze and troubleshoot prototype electronic circuits, parts (including electronic controls), and appliances to research and develop product features/functions.
• Must be able to diagnose and locate circuit, component and equipment faults, followed by appropriate corrective action to address product emissions and immunity issues.
• Perform EMC testing and document results to meet overall laboratory needs.
• Coordinates prototype control builds including ordering and tracking of incoming components.
• Perform design/development experiments that may require non-standard procedures and complex instrumentation (e.g., oscilloscopes, ESD, EFT, Harmonics) when required.
• Coordinate/conduct performance, design verification, validation, agency, and life and reliability testing based on written specifications.
• Record and maintain accurate test data records and write extremely detailed test reports and procedures when required within scope of work.
• Supports electronics team as needed with assignments targeted to SCR, FTQ and other quality initiatives.
QUALIFACATIONS & BASIC SKILLS:
• Must pass a written and applied knowledge test (EMC Test written and applied). Written test will cover basic electronic theory.
• Must have three (3) years hands-on experience with emissions and immunity testing, including Conducted RF Emissions/Immunity, Radiated RF Emissions/Immunity and ESD testing.
• Exhibit appropriate professional behavior including positive attitude, sense of urgency, independent judgement, teamwork, creative thinking, and personal integrity to achieve department/corporate goals and objectives.
• Minimum two-year technical degree in electronics required.
• Three (3) plus years of experience in an industrial R&D environment preferred.
• Demonstrated proficiency and experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and SharePoint.
• Preferred 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.
• Communicate clearly and concisely in English, verbally and in writing.
• 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.