Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: March 31, 2017
Organization: Acuity Brands Lighting
City: Conyers, GA
Website: View Website
Wages/Salary: $50-65,000 annually
Required Experience and Knowledge:
? 3 to 5 years plus the education listed below.
? Ability to read and interpret schematics and wiring diagrams to construct circuits, controls and testers.
? Maintenance and operation of SMT machines preferred.
? SMT equipment maintenance skills.
? Troubleshooting skills should include the use of oscilloscope, voltmeter & functional test equipment.
? Problem solving skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities.
Education: Technical or Associates Degree in Electronics
The SMT technician must have the ability to maintain the quality and reliability of lab machines. They are responsible for construction of prototype circuits/controls, troubleshooting electrical issues and conducting testing to verify electronic design.
? Assist engineers with fabrication of new fixtures/test procedures, configure and troubleshoot test equipment, troubleshoot electronic functions of automated insertion equipment, assist in training assemblers on procedures
? Perform engineering design validation for manufacturing point of view. Report results to the project team. Construct testers/fixtures as required to complete design validation.
? Troubleshoot failures/issues from prototype and design validation. Report findings/recommendations to the designer(s).
? New product introduction - Product manufacturability, quality Plan for test spec, test equipment & program FG and PCB, aid with coordinate & conduct pilot run, qualification, debug new product issues, supplier qualification.
? Maintain laboratory equipment and supplies in clean, reliable condition. Minimize cost of laboratory operations by being proactive in suggesting new, innovative means to achieve a specific company goal.
? Attend training sessions, meetings, technical presentations to remain up-to-date with latest techniques, procedures and/or company policies. Conduct on-job-training to newly hired or appointed employees. Cross train with employees specializing in other facets of laboratory operations