Internship/Entry-Level Electronic Repair Technicians
Students pursuing an Associates degree in Electronics Engineering. The positions would be for internship or entry-level Electronic Repair Technicians. To become a full-time Electronic Repair Technician, they would need to have completed the degree.
The work environmental characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Works in a clean, well-lit, climate controlled area with minimal noise.
- Frequently works in manufacturing and warehouse environments when traveling for on-site repair jobs. Settings may or may not be climate controlled with various amounts of noise and light depending on the facility.
Installs and repairs a wide variety of electrical/electronic equipment including automatic machine and process controls, timers, counters, PLC’s, drivers, monitors, thermostats, power supplies, switchboards, control centers and panels, relays, circuit breakers, electronic controls including alarm and communication systems, tape-actuated controls, or other equipment involving transistor circuits. Tests units for proper function and makes final adjustments.