Currently our client has an opening for an intermediate level electronics circuit board technician responsible for testing and troubleshooting and repairing commercial security equipment such as cameras and DVRS as well as PCB (printed circuit board) of related equipment to the component level in a high volume/production driven environment. It will be essential for this role that candidates have extensive failure analysis experience and have strong component level repair experience to fix the boards. It is essential that the technician be able to not only determine the problem, but also have experience fixing the issue as well.
The intermediate level technician is a direct repair technician position where the candidate is expected to use skills and knowledge to diagnose and repair [including the replacement of circuit board parts] failures on circuit boards of the security equipment (cameras and dvrs).
The position will also involve documenting processes to assist with maintaining of repair procedures library as well as require basic knowledge for reading schematics/technical drawings. Position requires a detail oriented, self-starting individual with at least 3 years of hands on experience repairing PCBs, particularly POS & commercial security equipment, who is able to work with and/or without direct supervision.
All candidates must be capable of not only doing the troubleshooting/testing of the product but also performing their own repairs once they determine the issue of the product. This will include being able to solder either surface mount or fine pitch repairs.
- Testing of printed circuit boards (PCBs) with diagnostic software and equipment.
-Troubleshooting to component level digital/analog.
-Using tools and equipment to repair/replace defective components [i.e.: removing and placing BGA chips, diodes, processors, etc.].
-Detailed data entry of failures. Generate, update, and maintain repair procedures for technical library.
-Basic soldering skills
-Software knowledge of Windows/DOS/Office applications.
-Basic knowledge of reading schematics/technical drawings.
Candidates should feel comfortable using the following tools:
-Ball Grid Array (BGA) Machine (for the re-balling and laying of chips)
-Associates in Electronic Technology
-3 Plus Years of Component Level Troubleshooting and Repair of digital and analog components for PCB-Strong Failure Analysis Skills
-Surface Mount Soldering or Fine Pitch Soldering (both preferred)
-Be Able to read Schematics.
-Troubleshooting Security Equipment or Similar equipment such as cameras and DVRS
-Soldering Certification (Fine Pitch)
-Video Security Equipment Repair (DVD' s Camera' s etc)