System Test TEchnician (Level 1, 2, 3) Application Form

Job Description

The System Technicians perform routine calibrations, trouble shooting and system final tests.

Responsibilities:

Level 1 Responsibilities

Use small hand tools to strip, bend, fasten and connect parts, tasks require a high level of skill with a variety of hand tools and precision measuring equipment

  • Uses power meters, light source, calibration tools
  • Performs optical-mechanical alignment, correct alignment of optics components
  • Performs complex electro-mechanical assembly work
  • Understands the functional operation of the items assembled as well as the finished product
  • Utilizes complex and detailed manufacturing documentation
  • Test systems at various steps in the manufacturing process to meet product specifications
  • Completes final test scans and measurements to meet final product specifications
  • Updates production records and test results
  • Maintain a clear and orderly work area
  • Demonstrate and follow cGMP and ISO processes within a medical manufacturing environment

Level 2 Responsibilities

  • Use small hand tools to strip, bend, fasten and connect parts, tasks require a high level of skill with a variety of hand tools and precision measuring equipment
  • Uses power meters, light source, calibration tools
  • Performs optical-mechanical alignment, correct alignment of optics components
  • Performs complex electro-mechanical assembly work, including troubleshooting and rework
  • Understands the functional operation of the items assembled as well as the finished product
  • Utilizes complex and detailed manufacturing documentation and follow both written and verbal instructions
  • Test systems at various steps in the manufacturing process to meet product specifications
  • Updates production records and test results, communicates clearly with engineers to identify non-conformances
  • Completes final test scans and measurements to meet final product specifications
  • Participate in maintaining and improving process and output
    Maintain a clear and orderly work area
  • Demonstrate and follow cGMP and ISO processes within a medical manufacturing environment

Level 3 Responsibilities

  • Use small hand tools to strip, bend, fasten and connect parts, tasks require a high level of skill with a variety of hand tools and precision measuring equipment
  • Uses power meters, light source, calibration tools
  • Performs optical-mechanical alignment, correct alignment of optics components
  • Performs complex electro-mechanical assembly work, including troubleshooting and rework
  • Understands the functional operation of the items assembled as well as the finished product
  • Utilizes complex and detailed manufacturing documentation and follow both written and verbal instructions
  • Test systems at various steps in the manufacturing process to meet product specifications
  • Updates production records and test results, communicates clearly with engineers to identify non-conformances
  • Completes final test scans and measurements to meet final product specifications
  • Communicate clearly with technicians and engineers to identify non-conformances
  • Participate in maintaining and improving process and output
  • Participate in audit readiness and audit functions of the manufacturing areas
  • Maintain a clear and orderly work area
  • Demonstrate and follow cGMP and ISO processes within a medical manufacturing environment
  • Conducts training for lower level technicians and perticipates in revision training within the Final Test group

Requirements:

  • Education level 1 & 2: High School diploma or equivalent required
  • Education level 3: High School diploma or higher education preferred
  • Level 2 & 3: Minimum of 3 years’ experience in electro-optical assembly environment and functional test and calibration processes
  • Level 3: 2 years of college or a technician certificate or equivalent experience preferred
  • Ability to calibrate optical equipment, do precision mechanical alignment
  • Ability to communicate in English, both verbally and written and to read and understand manufacturing process instructions
  • Knowledge of hand tools, hardware and component identification
    Familiar with computers, able to enter data and produce reports

Working Environment:

  • Environment is enclosed electronic assembly area with sealed floors, climate control system, fluorescent lighting, ESD (electrostatic discharge) protected workstations and ESD sensitive material.
  • Some lifting (~20lbs.) required
  • Hand Dexterity (system communication cable attachment)

Posting Statement

Luneau Technology USA, is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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