Electronic Technician

Hello,

My name is Josh and I represent The Fountain Group. We are a national staffing firm and are currently seeking a Electronic Technician for a prominent Fortune 500 client of ours. This position is located in BENTONVILLE, AR. Details for the positions are as follows:

Job Description
The Repair Technician "Service Center" is a Service Operations position responsible for support of both pre and post sale service activities.
Under general supervision, tasks will include: repair of products, maintenance, troubleshooting, retrofits, upgrades/changes.
Tasks associated with this position are performed within the Service Center.
Performs repairs, changes and retrofits on customer's equipment.
Diagnoses most equipment problems using appropriate tools, test equipment, and documentation.
Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Accurate / timely return of repair paperwork and parts kits.
Performs work duties in accordance with accepted safety procedures, and corporate policies.
Adheres to established ESD guidelines, repair procedures, and associated safety standards.
Knowledge of but not limited to:
Soldering Iron
Volt/Ohm Meter
Common Hands Tools
Good working knowledge of PC and applicable software such as MS-Word, MS-Excel, and Outlook preferred but not required.
Apply electrical and electronic theory and related knowledge, usually under the direction of engineering staff, to design, build, repair, calibrate, and modify electrical components, circuitry, controls, and machinery for subsequent evaluation and use by engineering staff in making engineering design decisions.
Final training as electronics technician or communications technician or similar.
Experience with control panel construction, construction of mobile radio or similar.
Ability to work accurately, to be adept in technology.
To have experience with elements of mobile radio technology.

If you are interested in hearing more about the position please respond to this posting with your resume attached.



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