Senior Test Technician

Perry, OH

Posted: 08/06/2019 Employment Type: Direct Hire Industry: Manufacturing Job Number: TEE002-01 Pay Rate: $18-$25/hr.


Our client, a global provider of engineered electronics, has an IMMEDIATE need for a SENIOR TEST TECHNICIAN at their facility in Perry, Ohio!

1st Shift
$18-$25/hr. (Direct-Hire)

The Test Technician's responsibility is to ensure that final circuit boards are operational and troubleshoots, repairs or reworks as necessary.


  • perform class 1, 2, and 3 tests with minimal training
  • troubleshoot all assigned assemblies, including complex circuitry
  • read and interpret schematics/prints related to assigned manufactured boards.
  • use the Test Troubleshooting database to input information, and utilizes information already there from previous debug
  • perform test equipment repair and enhancements
  • conduct analysis of failure trends and communicating trends in manufacturing and component failures to ME
  • review Post Wave Instructions prior to rework for any special requirements such as Solder, Baking, Tools, IPC class and Specific Instruction
  • perform set ups of test equipment
  • test and repair microprocessor circuitry
  • complete applicable paperwork
  • read and interpret schematics/prints related to assigned boards
  • properly complete shortages/overages and able to determine the disposition of NCM per quality procedures
  • identify work order number, assembly number, assembly revision
  • identify an ECR or pink change order when in folders, and knows to stop and able to determine required actions for ECRs
  • use computer to finding stock locations, part availability, and "where used" inquiries
  • locate manufacturing instructions and test procedures
  • identify and operate electronic test equipment (DMM, power supply, oscilloscope)
  • properly install and remove ICs from sockets to avoid damage
  • use good computer skills to start, select program and properly shut down a computer
  • follow a test procedure and recognizing electronic values, such as volts, amps, ohms, farads
  • follow process for 1st piece and in process inspections
  • properly complete a test failure tag and make test tally entry per SOP
  • perform team member training per quality procedure and applicable SOPs and test procedures
  • determine defects that could potentially be found at AOI and understands the importance of returning assembly for re-inspection
  • set up and operate BP programmer per SOP, if applicable



  • AA in electronics and a minimum 4 years of experience; OR, 4 years of proven experience troubleshooting and repairing electronic products and successful completion of Senior Test Technician Test with passing score of 70% or above
  • solder certified to at least the rework level (Category 3) of applicable type of board (SMT or TH)
  • all material handling techniques to avoid damage to assembly and components as well as to team members
  • test area tally sheet and entry requirements
  • MSDS sheets, their location, and demonstrates proper handling precautions when working with process chemicals and materials.
  • knowledge of analog and digital test equipment
  • the proper set up and operation of the thermal transfer printers and can navigate the Easylabel label printing program
  • the function of test equipment (o-scopes, complex set ups)
  • requirements and properly follows procedures for handling and storing moisture sensitive devices (MSDs)
  • after initial testing all boards must be stamped, depaneled, etc. as stated in manufacturing instructions during downtime phase of subsequent assemblies
  • component ID training
  • completed quality systems training
  • all safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) requirements of the area
  • principles of ESD and uses ESD precautions in material handling
  • inventory control methods (i.e. shortages, NCM process, and understanding of work order system)
  • completed IPC workmanship training
  • all material transactions within computer (inventory audit trails)
  • ECR database
  • ITAR restrictions when dealing with badges and ITAR related materials and documentation
  • the 6S system (Sort, Simplify, Sweep, Standardize, Self-Discipline, Safety) and adheres to and encourages others to comply with the principles


Joe Delisle
Direct Hire Manager

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