Trouble-shoot low voltage systems utilizing wiring schematics, computer software, and diagnostic equipment.
Trouble-shoot electrical to electronic interfaces
Running conduit, pull wire, and make electrical connections in a professional manner using wiring diagrams and/or electrical schematics
Assembly duties as required
Extensive troubleshooting requirements
Detect and report defective materials, faulty operation, and unusual conditions to immediate Supervisor
Follow prescribed safety regulations / guidelines
Work with Engineering and Vendors on new wiring requirements for Prototype units and systems
Work independently on wiring and programming engines and power pack systems
Be able to work with Programmable Motion Control cards (PCM cards)
Perform other duties as required or directed
Complete appropriate paperwork for rejected parts
Return leftover parts back to Warehouse
Chase parts and fill in necessary paperwork
Train new hires
Be able to work with no prints and schematics when needed.
Document and diagram wiring when needed (example: Prototype units)
Two - Five years minimum in low-voltage electrician role
Must have training in reading electrical schematics
Use and comprehend specifications, electrical schematics
Knowledge of all electrical components on the rig and their ideal operation
Overall knowledge of product lines
Extensive knowledge of troubleshooting principles and application
Moderate physical demand in handling and connecting some wires. May be required to lift up to 30 lbs. Work also involves climbing up to 4 - 6 feet using ladders and crawling underneath rigs.
Some exposure to dirt, oil, and other shop elements
Responsibility for Equipment / Process / Material / Product:
Handles equipment such as multi meters. Improper use of equipment or failure to correct wiring faults may cause heavy damage.
Thoughtlessness or inattention can cause fatal injuries to incumbent as well as to others.