• Electronics Repair Technician (Temporary)

    Job ID 2018-1371
    Job Locations
    US-CA-Costa Mesa
    Hidden (25344)
    Temporary Full-Time
  • Overview

    QSC is looking for an Electronics Repair Technician on a year-long, temporary basis to support Manufacturing and Engineering. This position will be testing production released products and test support for new product development. Daily tasks include production testing and troubleshooting digital and analog circuits to component level, including detailed reporting. This position requires reading of schematics and assembly diagrams. You must be able to work on assignments that are complex in nature where judgement is required in resolving problems and making recommendation with little to no assistance. Performs a variety of tasks directly related to quality and integrity of products and test methods.


    • Train and assist Technicians and with trouble shooting problems,
    • Participate in development and feedback of Theory of Operations for new products introduction
    • Ability to trouble shoot and inform Engineering of testing problems. Ability to differentiate between test station Software, DUT of hardware problems
    • Daily bench testing of production products, maintain production test and quality records in Oracle database.
    • Be aware of assembly defects and product field failures related to product lines.
    • Maintain department supply of parts, tools and equipment.
    • Understanding of System Block diagrams, schematics, CAD files and Cadence as necessary.
    • Work cross functionally with other departments in support of Development and New Product Introductions.
    • Set up testing workstations; prioritize work to maintain production schedules.
    • Perform on-line product inspections of the department’s work in progress to ensure acceptable workmanship.
    • Implement assembly, engineering changes and verify that the latest revisions are being produced.
    • Update new product release schedules and reports as required.
    • Maintain a high standard of organization throughout the department.
    • Apply safety regulations and procedures; and ensure people conform to those regulations.
    • Familiar with lean enterprise systems.


    • 3~5 years technical experience in trouble shooting analog and digital circuitry.
    • AS or Electronics Technical Certificate required.
    • Possess IPC-610 class 2 soldering skills, for removal of resistors, capacitors, integrated circuits and discrete semiconductors for trouble shooting purposes.
    • Solid computer skills with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook), Computer Networking
    • Familiar with DMM, Scope, Logic Analyzer
    • Must have excellent oral and written communication skills


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