Tester I-VergennesApply Business Unit UTC Aerospace Systems Req ID 39593BR Date posted 01/11/2017 City Vergennes State Vermont Country United States
3rd Shift Electronics Test Technician (Tester 1)
Connect and monitor manufactured electro-mechanical products to Electronic Test Equipment in order to perform Environmental Testing that involves product exposure to stresses such as thermal cycling and vibration. This position requires a significant amount of standing/ walking and requires the individual to multitask between 10-20 different tests running in parallel in an area of 1,000 Sq/Ft.
-Ability to comprehend and maintain Technical Documents and Blueprints
-Basic Computer skills
-Ability to obtain necessary Certifications and Qualifications to perform job
-Frequent Lifting of up to 30 lbs and ability to push/ pull 70 lbs
Minimum Education Requirement: High School Diploma or equivalent
Minimum Experience Requirement: 2 years of related experience or 0 years of experience with two-year electronics testing certificate or similar discipline.
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