Electronics Technician (1st Shift)

Electronics Technician
This is a professional position.
Wage is determined by experience.
This is first shift.
General Summary Statement
This position assists the electronics department in various tasks within the scope of the position in support of product assistance to both internal as well as external customers. Tasks related to the position include but are not limited to providing electrical/electronic product assistance, support and troubleshooting as well as sales support to owners/end users customers as well as the workgroups and S&R. Additional support is provided to the electronics department by assisting with Product Documentation including CAD information such as product drawings, BOM's, schematics, wiring diagrams, process information, instruction manuals, user manuals, FAQ's, and service bulletins. The position may also support the Product Managers with MRB review, Corrective Actions, Warranty and RGA's. Routine product testing is also a requirement of the position and detailed product knowledge is necessary to evaluate product performance and determine acceptability. The incumbent must conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times to promote good working relationship with all co-workers as well as external customers and contacts.
Responsible for providing product assistance, troubleshooting and support as needed for the owners/end users, customers, workgroups and S&R for electrical/electronic product production and sales support (phone and e-mail correspondence).
Produces electrical, electronic, mechatronic drawings using Creo (CAD); to assist with electrical/electronic engineering activities; part number releases and revision control, etc.
Create and update electrical/electronic related documentation of all types: project work, schematic diagrams, wiring diagrams, assembly diagrams, standard operating procedures, and instruction manuals, to keep documentation accurate, available and ready for use as needed.
Completes and maintains technical collateral including User Manuals, FAQs, troubleshooting and instruction videos/guides and service bulletins.
Assist with warranty/RGA's for electrical/electronic products.
Test electronic products, using standard test equipment, and analyze results to evaluate performance and determine acceptability.
Responsible for supporting and participating in continual improvement efforts in his/her area of accountability, as well as performing duties and tasks as defined by department and quality procedures as established by TriMark Corporation.
Responsible to perform his or her job functions in a manner that supports TriMark's mission, vision and values in order for the company to attain its strategic and growth goals
Education/Experience Requirements
Ideally, the candidate would have an associate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology or Electronics Engineering technology. At a minimum, a high school diploma and courses or training in the use of Microsoft applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel is required. Also in lieu of post-secondary education, the position would benefit from multiple years of experience working in the Engineering Department or Engineering disciplines with hands-on experience with electrical and electronic products.
MS Office software, Outlook, Word, Excel, Internet Explorer
JD Edwards and AS 400 systems
Bill of Materials and Routings
Creo 3D CAD Modeling
Knowledge of TriMark's Electrical/Electronic products
Working Conditions
The office area is air-conditioned and working conditions are excellent. There is some eyestrain due to the exacting nature of the work and the constant use of computer screens. This area requires normal or corrected vision with no color deficiency, normal depth perception and peripheral vision of 180 degrees. Safety glasses are required whenever office personnel are in the plant production area. The noise level is 50-80 dB. Hearing protection is not required but its use is encouraged, if office personnel will be in high-noise areas of the plant for more than brief periods.
Physical Effort
Bending - Floor level
Stooping - 5% of time
Squatting - Intermittently
Twisting - 20 degrees
Turning - 90 degrees
Reaching - Below shoulder level
Lifting - 50#
Pushing/Pulling - 75#
Standing - 50% or more
Sitting - 50% or less
Walking - 25% or less
Climbing - Stairways
Grasping - Normal dexterity

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