Electronic Maintenance Technician, 3rd Shift

Job Description
Support Morgantown operations by maintaining the integrity of furnace controls, power supplies, spare circuit boards, electrical systems, and parts.
Essential Functions
Interpret equipment symptoms during the troubleshooting process and resolve problems in a timely and professional manner
Use effective troubleshooting techniques to determine the cause of electrical and control system problems
Efficiently test and repair electronic/electrical equipment, circuits, and components
Perform calibrations and adjustment in accordance with approved standard procedures
Functional testing of repaired boards and parts
Tag and inventory boards and parts to indicate repair and test status
Organize work spare parts and supplies
Document repairs, service, calibrations, etc
Maintenance of log books documenting maintenance and repair history on individual pieces of equipment (i.e. individual H.V. power supplies
Ability to use and maintain standard electronic test equipment that includes: digital multi-meters, VOMs, oscilloscopes, capacitance and inductance meters, meggers, amprobes, vacuum metering, semiconductor testers, etc.
Maintain furnace equipment and coordinate repairs with other Electronic Technicians as required
Maintenance of electrical/electronic schematics (documenting changes, etc.)
Education and Experience
Diploma, G.E.D. or equivalent required
Associate degree or equivalent experience in Electronics
Previous E.B. or VAR Furnace Operator experience highly desirable
Minimum 3 years of applicable electronic troubleshooting and repair experience
Good understanding of solid-state circuitry required.
Ability to read electrical schematics required.
Strong soldering skills
Strong mechanical aptitude
Good hand-eye coordination
Ability to communicate effectively
Ability to work overtime, weekends and holidays
Ability to lift 50 pounds
Must be able to wear a respirator.

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