Emprise Corporation is seeking an entry level Electronics Technician to join our marine engineering and software support team. The position is in Ledyard Connecticut. The successful candidate will join a fast-growing provider of marine engineering and maintenance management systems. On our team you will assemble and maintain the specialized test equipment used to provide Preventive Maintenance, Condition Monitoring (Vibration, Oil, Diesel Engine, and Thermography), Inspection, Log Keeping, Maintenance Planning and Life Cycle Engineering services to our government and commercial clients.
- Troubleshoot and calibrate electronic equipment methodically and in accordance with documented procedures, analyze the data and interpret the results
- Perform final assembly of electronic devices from sub-components
- Functional acceptance testing of received equipment
- Perform analysis of enterprise software facilities using diagnostic tools to ensure the optimum operation of technology solutions
- Diagnose errors and technical problems in equipment being evaluated/calibrated, determine proper solutions, and take corrective action
- Troubleshoot data synchronization issues between a data collectors and Windows based computer software (drivers, etc.)
- Perform troubleshooting work to resolve customer trouble calls
- Electronics training equivalent to two years technical trade school, AA in electronics, or military technical school.
- Or 2 to 4 years of related work experience
- Highly self-motivated and able to set and meet goals/deadlines with minimal supervision
- Able to function both independently and within a team environment
- Have excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
- Proficiency in MS Office products
- Possess sound knowledge of computer operating systems
- Ability to troubleshoot software/hardware issues
- Operate electronics test equipment: multimeter, signal generator, oscilloscope
- Operate a solder station
- Apply Ohm’s law to calculate circuit operating characteristics
- Ability to follow written technical procedures
- Familiar with a programming language a plus
The physical demands described here are representative of those to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Work within a manufacturing environment, including moderate noise and chemical odors
- Moving between sitting, standing and walking
- Perform microscopic and visual inspection at a seated inspection bench/station
- Manual dexterity to effectively use hand tools while performing assembly tasks.
- Lifting up to 30 pounds periodically throughout the day
- Specific vision abilities required by this job close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to focus, with correction, if needed, to perform hand soldering and wiring of assemblies.
- Travel for training