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Repair Technician - 1st Shift

Amherst, NH 03031

Employment Type: Contract Industry: Engineering, Light Industrial/Manufacturing Job Number: 59001 Office Location: Salem

Job Description

Our well-established NH Based Client designs and manufactures  industrial electronic instruments for sensing, monitoring and measurement applications.

The company continues to be a leader in its industry and has a great opportunity for a Fulltime 1st Shift Customer Service Repair Technician. 

Job Summary
The individual in this position provides technical support to customers on assigned products and supports the RMA process. S/he is also responsible for evaluating, repairing, testing and calibrating Monarch manufactured products received from internal or external customers. Provides troubleshooting expertise for assemblies that fail during the production process.

***** Disassemble, examine and test malfunctioning instrument(s) to component level in printed circuit board, if necessary, in order to identify and evaluate possible defects.*****

Previous Education/Experience
  • Technical or Trade school degree or certificate in electronics technology and troubleshooting to the component level.
  • Five or more years of experience in the Military or industry, testing and troubleshooting electronic or electromechanical assemblies.
  • Suitable combination of education and experience will be considered.
  Required Skills/Competencies
  • Communication skills [must be able to work with customers, engineers and/or production staff to identify the problem, root cause and help determine the corrective action to prevent recurrence of the problem]. 
  • Able to read and understand electrical schematics and mechanical assembly drawings, specifications, BOMs and assembly procedures used to perform inspections and tests. 
  • Soldering experience (fine-pitch) and knowledge of IPC 610 Standards
  • Familiarity and knowledge of basic electrical circuits such as linear power supplies, analog to digital circuits, basic RC filters, digital logic circuits and microcontrollers
  • Familiarity using oscilloscopes and bench logic analyzers and other troubleshooting equipment like power supplies and microscopes, etc.
  • Knowledge of electronic components and familiarity with electronic assembly diagrams
  • Knowledge of, and ability to use, hand and machine tools
  • Computer literacy

Job Requirements

Repair Technician, Electronics Technology, Troubleshooting, Testing, Electromechanical Assemblies
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