General Description: The primary responsibility of this position is to perform repetitive mechanical and electronic production assembly work to go on SCR Power Controllers, including final assembly and build-up of various sub-assemblies into the controllers. The position also includes testing of PCB’s and repair as needed.
70% of time (First pass and Final product testing):
Assembly and/or installation of various mechanical or electronic components and sub-assemblies where operations and sequence are specified by blueprints, schematics, wire cards, diagrams or previous assembly shop practice.
Performs a repetitive operation requiring above average physical skill to final test products.
Obtain parts and material per job part lists.
Follow all Quality procedures and recording of data.
Follows established procedure in assembly operations. Work performed may involve training for more advanced assembly jobs.
Perform functional or parametric testing of electronic circuit boards or assemblies.
30% of time (Repair and Troubleshoot PCB)
Perform hand soldering on surface mount and through hole assemblies.
Supplement the RMA and PCB Repair technicians on an as needed basis to troubleshoot and repair PCB’s down to the component level.
Use schematic analysis cabinet with standard electronic test techniques to perform failure analysis and root cause determination.
Experience in component-level electronics debug and repair
Component-level circuit analysis and fault diagnosis skills
Associate’s degree in Electronics Technology, Manufacturing Technology, military electronics training, or equivalent education/experienced
Ability to operate standard types of electronic test equipment including oscilloscopes, DVM’s, power supplies, functional generators, hipot testers, etc
About Control Concepts
Control Concepts, Inc., founded in 1980, is a privately-held company and the market leader in the design and manufacture of stock and custom SCR power controllers.
Our single phase, three phase, zero-cross and phase-angle power controllers have voltage ratings ranging from 24 to 690 volts and current ratings ranging from 8 to 2000 amps.