Service Technician - Electronics

Location
Eden Prairie, Minnesota
Posted
Mar 03, 2017
Closes
Mar 31, 2017
Employment Status
Full Time
We are working with a medical device company located in Eden Prairie that is in need of a Service Technician! This is a contract position scheduled to last 6+ months and has potential for permanent hire. You will be responsible for providing technical assistance and guidance to production, customer support, field service, and engineering. You will also service, troubleshoot, and repair complex electro-mechanical systems and system subassemblies used in all equipment.  Our client is looking to get someone started before the end of January, apply today! Primary Duties and Responsibilities: • Identify faulty components and sub-assemblies using basic troubleshooting techniques; repair and/or replace accordingly • Enter repair information into Complaint Handling database • Update device history records and complaint records. Prepare repair records for customer invoice • Test product to verify it meets design specifications • Make arrangements with Customer Support for return shipments to customers • Install new software and update hardware components as required including quality and performance testing on systems to verify upgrades • Check Engineering Change Order records and evaluate each system to determine if software or hardware upgrades are necessary • Synchronize current product changes/issues into repair activities • Generate Quality System Records on applicable documentation  Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities):   • Associates degree in a related field (Electronics, Electro-Mechanical, Automation & Robotics, Mechatronics) OR 2 years experience with electro/mechanical assembly experience • Proficient in the use of mechanical assembly tools (i.e. wrenches and screw drivers) • Moderate knowledge on the use measurement equipment (i.e. Digital Multi Meter, caliper, micrometer) • Moderate level of computer proficiency including MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and MRP Systems and database systems • Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Procedures (GMP’s), ISO regulations, and Quality Systems as it pertains to hardware manufacturing at Medical Device Manufacturers • Demonstrated ability to follow manufacturing processes directions and drawings to mechanically assemble components (e.g., sheet metal parts, electrical parts) • The ability to maintain accurate documentation (e.g., record trace ability information onto routers, and transact materials online) • Ability to work independently with high degree of accuracy and without immediate and constant supervision. • Ability to work effectively in a team environment and contribute to maintaining positive interpersonal relationships and foster cooperation within and outside the department • Moderate to high level of problem solving skills and attention to detail • The physical ability to lift and package assemblies up to 50 lbs

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