Analyzer Technician

Location: Franklin, Kentucky
Date Posted: 11-26-2016
2 Analyzer Techs for afternoon shift, 3pm-11:10, M-Sat. Every 3rd weekend off. Military Vets a plus Electronics Analysis exp They are working on the customer line Microsoft office experience Contract is 1 year max • Troubleshoot electronic products and all equipment and be able to repair products, equipment with little or no assistance. • Communicate defects to team members. • Perform root-cause analysis through teardown of defective products. • Perform data entry of product failures. • Lead corrective actions with production and cross-functional teams. • Assist in training and advising employees on teardown analysis and other issues involving scrap and defects. • Support PM duties as specified and prioritized. • Complete purchase requisitions as needed

Skills Required: 
• Associates Degree or equivalent electronics experience. • Strong verbal and written communication skills. • Proficiency in current corporate package – Must have demonstrated basic Word and basic Excel skills • Statistical charting and analytical experience preferred. • Knowledge of equipment and aptitude for understanding mechanical systems. • Self-starter, able to work without constant direction. • Problem-solving skills

Experience Required:
• Proficiency in analysis and repair of electronic printed circuit boards and audio system devices, such as amplifiers, radios, navigation units and infotainment units. • Ability to understand audio system specifications such as electrical schematic diagrams, product block diagrams, test plans & specifications, vehicle interface requirements and its communication bus configuration. • Proficiency on the use of electronic measurement equipment, such as oscilloscope, multi-meter, audio analyzer, signal generator, power supply, etc. • Ability to understand Digital and Analog signal processing, e.g. 12C communication between devices. • Ability to understand I/O data coming from Microprocessors, EEPROM ICs; e.g. NEC V850 IC, STP9 IC, INAND IC, etc. • Understanding of basic flash programmers set up through GUI interface PC program, e.g. NEC Flash Pro V (FPG 5). • Knowledge in effective problem solving methodologies, such as 5 WHYs, fault tree analysis, potential cause analysis and some use of statistical tool is desirable (Pareto analysis). • Experience reading and interpreting work instructions such as Visual Job Instructions; including any safety use of protective equipment such as gloves, eyeglasses, mask, ESD wrist straps, etc. • Experience in the electronic manufacturing work environment and its regulations, such as ESD requirements, 5 “S” procedure and rules,, product handling and storage, environmental policies, ergonomic policies, use protective tools and floor identification

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