Electronics Technician

Greenlight Innovation - Burnaby, BC (30 days ago)

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Greenlight Innovation is looking to hire an Electronics Technician.

Job Description and Responsibilities:
We are growing and adding an Electronics Technician to our team. Primary responsibilities are the assembly, testing and calibration of our data acquisition units and various other rack mount type of electronics assemblies. Interdepartmental interactions between design Engineers, Planners, and other Technicians is required. Occasional overtime is required. Responsibilities include:
Read and understand electronic schematics and electrical drawings
Build / assemble configurable electronic and electrical systems
Electronic and electrical wiring, and soldering
Calibrate electronic systems
Troubleshoot and repair malfunctioning PCBAs and assemblies
Collect and manage test data and provide reports to Engineering
Other duties as required

Skills and Qualifications:
Diploma in Electronics Technology or Electronics Technician
Electrical and electronics assembly experience
Experience in test, troubleshooting, and repair at the board level of analog and digital instruments and or power systems
Experience operating electronics lab tools and instruments including DMM’s, scopes, network analyzers, power supplies and programmable loads
Strong verbal and written communication skills

Thank you for your interest in Greenlight. While we sincerely appreciate every application, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

About Greenlight Innovation

Greenlight Innovation (greenlightinnovation.com) is a key contributor to the development of a clean energy future. Our customers use our specialized equipment to develop and build the next generation of fuel cell and battery electric vehicles and energy storage systems. We have the largest install base of electrochemical cell testing equipment in the world. Our work environment will provide opportunities for career growth and independence in a fast-paced industry, and our roots as a process-based, lean operation will provide experience in a structured, process driven environment. Our facility can be reached by Skytrain and bike lanes, and is located near the Burnaby Lake trail system.