SRC, Inc., a not-for-profit research and development company, combines information, science, technology, and ingenuity across our family of companies to deliver innovative, advanced defense solutions and products that are redefining possible®. Since 1957, our commitment to the customer and the best solution – not the bottom line – has remained a core value that guides our efforts. This passion for quality carries through to the technologies we invent and manufacture, the laboratories, and facilities we build, the people we hire, and the communities we support.
At SRC, we provide you the freedom and the resources to solve “impossible” problems in a collaborative work environment that integrates research, development, and manufacturing. We strive to proactively identify and eliminate barriers that prevent our employees’ full participation and are committed to ensuring an inclusive and equitable workplace for all our employees. When you join our team, you’ll be a part of something truly meaningful. You’ll join more than 1,300 engineers, scientists, and professionals — with 20 percent of those employees having served in the military — helping to keep America and its allies safe and strong.
In return, you’ll enjoy an inclusive work environment, receive a competitive salary, and experience a comprehensive benefits package that includes four or more weeks of paid time off to start, 10 percent of an employee’s compensation contributed toward retirement, and 100 percent tuition support.
SRCTec, LLC is currently seeking a first shift RF/Electronics Technician to support SRCTec Manufacturing. Activities will include the test, troubleshoot, and repair of production systems, parts and equipment including radio frequency (analog and digital) signals, digital signal processing, power/voltage regulation. Testing and troubleshooting will be done at both the component level and the system level.
- Follow established unit test procedures and processes to accomplish daily manufacturing operations
- Troubleshoot RF and digital failures down to component level. This includes both the system to component level and the component to IC level
- Use automated test stations and manual bench configurations to accomplish tasks
- Work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment and have ability to multi-task and change job tasks on short notice
- Work as a key contributing member of the manufacturing production team
- Perform tasks of moderate to complex scope; may lead specific tasks within the scope of a larger project, diagnose and correct complex system and equipment problems
- Plan technical support functions required to support engineering, research, manufacturing and development projects and activities; functions may include setup, maintenance, circuit testing, assembly, installation, troubleshooting, and fabrication
- Write up detailed data summary for discrepancy documentation to show results of test processes during the repair/troubleshooting process
- Manually set up test equipment for the purpose of troubleshooting
- Independently evaluate, select, and apply standardized principles and procedures in area of specialization to problems and projects, develop solutions to moderately complex problems and projects where some precedent exists, and innovation may be required. Diagnose and correct the most complex system and equipment problems
- May work as part of a team or independently
- May begin to assume some responsibility for overseeing the work of others, may guide the technical efforts of less experienced staff, and may assist in the planning and monitoring of manufacturing operation
- Associate degree in electrical engineering technology or Military/technical school degree in a related field(s) and 6 years of experience in a related electronics environment OR High school diploma and 10 years of experience in a related electronics environment field(s) is also acceptable
- Candidate must possess hands on skills with multi-meters, power supplies, oscilloscopes, signal generators, spectrum and network analyzers, and RF power meters
- Must possess mechanical aptitude and have small tool skills
- Must be able to interpret and work from electronic schematics, blueprints, and test specifications/instructions
- Must have solid computer skills to include the use of MS Office, Internet browsers and the use of Linux command line is a plus
- Ability to lift up to 40 pounds, with or without reasonable accommodations
- Must be able to demonstrate time management skills and to solve problems independently
- A background in Radio Frequency (RF) theory and/or operation is a plus
- IPC J-STD-001 Solder certification is a plus
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