An Electrical/Electronics Technician job in Mount Vernon, WA is available courtesy of Modis Engineering. This job will be at our client, a Fortune 500, world renown diesel truck company. This contract will go to at least the end of the year but has a good chance of converting to Direct Hire status with strong performance.
Rate: $25 – $30/hour (possibly higher/DOE)
Job responsibilities include:
– Will build and assemble interface boxes for construction of new Hardware In The Loop benches as part of HIL bench automation update.
– Once the assembly is complete, test the system for proper operation using test equipment such as multimeters and oscilloscopes as well as monitor and log events as specified by the test plan.
– Document and communicate results and final schematics/box build drawings using computer software programs (MSWord, Excel, and Outlook).
– Other duties as needed.
– Must have two or more years of experience building, testing and installing wire harnesses.
– Experience reading electronic schematics, crimping, panel assembly and wire routings.
– Skills in fabrication (hand tools, drills, saws, sanders, etc.) and building to blueprints
– Good communication skills and ability to quickly adapt to priority changes. Ability to quickly learn and self-study is highly desired.
– Experience using instrumentation commonly found in electronics labs (digital voltmeters, oscilloscopes, ammeters, etc)
– Prior background or experience in electrical systems (12 VDC) and/or marine electrical panel/cabinet building is highly desired.
– Computer literate – typing, word processing, email, spreadsheets, digital photo editing
– Experience with on road vehicles preferred.
– Experience with wire sizing, bend radius considerations, routing, etc.
– Demonstrated ability to work with a team in coordinating the design and build of a developing project.
– Computer proficient including MS Excel.
– Ability to follow safety procedures.
– Detail oriented.
– The job may require standing or walking most of the day. The individual should be able to lift 40 pounds. Repetitive hand motions are likely. – Safety shoes and glasses are required.