Electronics Technician

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide continuous Electronic support to production of all packaging equipment.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve electronics down to the component level to determine cause and remedy of any malfunctions.
  • Tests production equipment to ensure proper operation per established criteria.
  • Performs required repairs to return machine to operational state.
  • Troubleshoots electrical and mechanical problems to determine root cause of issue and recommend a corrective action.
  • Sets up and test machines to meet specified requirements.
  • Recognizes failures and set up problems, isolates problems, and takes appropriate action to resolve those problems.
  • Inspects all work before passing on to operations.
  • Keeps supervisor appraised of all unresolved and or potential problems that would negatively affect production schedules.
  • Completes appropriate production reports.
  • May work with inside and outside resources to procure materials & mechanisms, & refine systems.
  • May participate in cross-functional meetings and interface effectively with other functional areas.

Education and Experience Profile

  • High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
  • 2 + years Electronics experience in a production manufacturing environment.
  • An Associate's Degree from a two year college or technical school is desired.
  • Must have PLC experience.

    Required Skills

  • A creative, motivated, self-starter, with a demonstrated ability to lead significant portions of projects, with limited supervision.
  • Must possess good problem solving skills with the ability to troubleshoot in a logical manner.
  • Use professional, clear oral and written communication skills to update management, peers and team members of work progress and findings.
  • Ability to perform well in a high intensity team environment.
  • A hands-on candidate having experience developing complete manufacturing systems, packaging experience is highly desirable.

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