Lead Electronics Test Technician

Grand Rapids, Michigan
08-10-2018
Amphenol Borisch Technologies
Depends on Experience 
Full time
1st

We are recruiting for a Test Technician Cell Lead in the aerospace industry.  The Cell Lead assists the area Supervisor to provide supervision to the Cell. The Cell Lead shares knowledge, experience and support to the team. The Cell Lead helps ensure production is running at full capacity in the Cell.  In addition, the Cell Lead is responsible to collect the data and facilitate daily stand up meetings with the team. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Leadership:

  • Provide leadership support to Cell team members, particularly on Off-Fridays and weekends.
  • Prioritize and assign work based on schedules
  • Review and analyze weekly and monthly test data to determine process improvement
  • Evaluate upcoming needs for test equipment and review schedule for capacity restraints
  • Facilitate daily stand up meetings with team members to review production schedules and on-time production
  • Notify area Supervisors when production schedules will not be met.
  • Provide on-the-job-training to new team members or team members learning a new process.
  • Process team member time sheets every week to ensure they are complete and correct
  • Communicate training requirements to team members. Ensure they complete required training.
  • Ensure Implemented Lean Tools and Philosophies are properly utilized

o    Scheduling Tools

o    Standard Work

o    Time Studies/Labor Cards

o    Test/Source Data Sheets

o    Material Bins

  • Ensure team members have appropriate tools, equipment, work instructions and training to complete their jobs.  Assist area Supervisors write and distribute annual team member performance reviews.
  • Ensure all test equipment is calibrated and preventative maintenance is performed
  • Ensure the safety of employees in emergency situations; follow medical and safety procedures established by the Company.
  • Ensure 5s procedures are followed within the Cell.

Test Technician:

  • Uses basic knowledge of electricity, electronic components and circuit concepts to perform tests on harnesses, circuit cards and assembled units.  
  • Employs strong logical troubleshooting skills to troubleshoot assemblies and final systems to the component level.
  • Utilizes basic test equipment including, but not limited to, power supplies, DMMs, oscilloscopes, function generators, to test and troubleshoot assemblies.
  • Analyzes and corrects field returns or unusual test problems.
  • Provides technical reports summarizing findings and recommending solutions to resolve problems.
  • Performs preventative maintenance and calibration of equipment and systems.
  • Completes documentation including travelers, defect recording, CRNs, etc
  • Provides technical support for other departments, working to identify needs and determine solutions to problems.
  • Performs other tasks as directed

 

Qualifications/Requirements

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Strong attention to detail and quality
  • 3+ Years of Electronics Testing and Troubleshooting experience preferred
  • Demonstrated strong technical aptitude
  • Ability to bend, twist and lift up to 30 lbs
  • Electronics experience preferred
  • 1+ year of Leadership experience preferred