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Analog/Power Supply Technician
Job Description:
 Test, troubleshoot and repair analog circuitries
 Perform mechanical and electronic assembly of products including hand soldered circuit
board assemblies using written instructions, blue print specifications, and industry
standards.
 Work with Engineering on new circuit designs
 Document design changes and updates
Essential Skills:
 Associates Degree and or equivalent technical/military experience.
 Have a minimum of three (3) years of experience in the test, debug and repair of analog
circuitry
 Strong understanding of analog circuit and power supply design
 Proficient in use of DVM, Oscilloscope, and other Technical equipment
 Be able to work with Engineers and follow design guidelines and work from electrical
prints
 Ability to solder, assemble and conduct other related tasks to electronic field.
Non-Essential Skills:
 Computer Skills.
 Experience working in a Research and Development environment
 Familiarity working with High Voltage (30kV to 450kV)
 Able to work on miniature circuits with tight precision soldering