PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Calibration Technician II (1st shift) in Depew, New York
Basic Function: Follows all PCB procedures and forms in compliance to ISO 9001. Performs a variety of basic tests on manufactured products by following written procedures, under moderate supervision. Utilizes basic electrical and mechanical test equipment such as meters, pressure pumps, dead weight testers, shakers and test chambers.
Education/Training: Two-year technical degree in mechanical or electrical technology or equivalent. Training in-house, on the job, specific to product-line.
Experience: At least four years of experience in a related field involving device calibration and measurements. Familiar with most concepts of sensor designs within a product group.
Physical Demands: Must be able to perform essential functions with or without reasonable accommodation. Job requires both standing and sitting for extended periods of time, occasionally lifting up to 50 pounds and operating simple mechanical equipment.
Other: Observes all safety precautions per department guidelines when operating test equipment, especially when handling liquid nitrogen, operating testing ovens and when performing ballistic tests. Basic computer skills required in operating calibration software.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Promotes teamwork, cooperation and commitment to “Total Customer Satisfaction” among team members.
Responsible for performing routine electrical, mechanical and environmental tests and calibrations on most PCB products.
Responsible for understanding and using proper ESD procedures as outlined in the ESD manual.
Performs all necessary tests efficiently and accurately by following established written procedures; follows steps on the product job router, writes legibly, signs and dates traveler when steps are completed.
Responsible for making sure that all products meet established test and/or calibration specifications and for notifying Leadership when they do not.
Assists in the training and development of less experienced Technicians; may provide limited input to the development of testing procedures, equipment or automated testing programs.
Ensures that test equipment calibration stickers are not expired before using and notifies Leadership if expired or close to expiration; communicates with Leadership concerning any problems with product testing equipment.
Follows safety rules and keeps area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.
Performs other related duties as assigned.