The Repair Technician requires the ability to disassemble and reassemble all parts of various products including the rebuild of rotary switches and Janco brand hardware. The ideal candidate should be able to perform continuity, torque, contact resistance, dielectric and insulation resistance testing with an understanding of detail mechanical parts assembly.
Customer Focus Knows and understands the needs of internal and external customers. Is results oriented and works hard to consistently provide exceptional service.
Ethics and Values Adheres to an effective set of core values and beliefs and acts in accordance. Rewards the right values and disapproves of others.
Problem Solving Looks beyond the obvious to find effective solutions.
Integrity and Trust Widely trusted and seen as direct and truthful.
Functional/Technical Skills Possesses the skills to be effective in the job. Has the skills to perform the job at a high level of accomplishment.
Listening Practices active and attentive listening, able to hear others.
Action-oriented Full of energy, willing to take action.
Composure Cool under pressure, not knocked off balance by the unexpected, is a settling influence
Values Diversity Supports fair and equal treatment for all.
Education/Previous Experience Requirements
High school education or general education degree (GED) and a minimum of two years of electro-mechanical assembly experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Soldering certification of J-standard rev-C a plus.
M-F 7-3:30 Night/weekends may be required
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