Assemble, align, test, and calibrate electro- and/or opto-mechanical subassemblies and instrument and systems.
Assemble intricate electro- and/or opto-mechanical assemblies with precision tools and fixtures. Integrate the electro- and/or opto-mechanical components and assemblies with state-of-the-art computers to perform the final system qualification and inspection.
Integrate, test and troubleshoot systems, subassemblies and other complex products.
Must be capable of interpreting spatial relationships of assemblies using detailed drawings and be able to work with procedures, parts list, schematics, diagrams, and written or verbal instructions.
Familiar with mechanical and/or optical measuring equipment, meters, oscilloscopes, autocollimators and/or other related test equipment.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop assembly and test procedures and manufacturing processes for new products and continue to improve existing ones.
Identify problems with documentation and initiate corrections and improvements for new and existing products and methods.
Responsible for meeting the required delivery schedules, standard manufacturing times and quality standards with minimal supervision.
Maintain work area and equipment in clean and orderly condition.
Follow prescribed work and safety rules.
Assist with training entry and intermediate level Technicians. Perform other similar and related duties as assigned.
Working knowledge of the following:
analog, digital electronics, electrical schematics, measuring instruments, electro- opto-mechanical troubleshooting techniques, optical systems, optical schematics, ESD and/or optical cleaning and handling techniques are required
Computer programming experience is helpful.
Technical high school degree and 11 plus years of directly related experience is required.