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Electrical Technician III

Date: Jan 11, 2021

Location: Wauwatosa, WI, US, 53222

Company: Briggs and Stratton

Position Description

Calibrates, sets-up and uses measurement and test equipment. Interprets data and develops devices and circuits for assigned projects.  Writes reports and communicates results.

Job Responsibilities

  1. Performs complex electrical engineering tests
  2. Analyzes, writes advanced reports and recommends solution to complex electrical problems
  3. Trouble-shoots electrical problems and recommends improvements or solutions
  4. Develops new test set-ups and test methods
  5. Expedites the fabrication/assembly of complicated prototype devices
  6. Trains others in the area of expertise as required
  7. Performs other duties as assigned

Job Skills Requirements

  • Ability to set-up, calibrate and use sophisticated/specialized electronic instrumentation, measurement devices and test equipment
  • Ability to use recognized sources to obtain supporting technical data
  • Basic ability to use supporting technical data, through calculation and analysis as an aid in solving problems
  • Thorough understanding of electrical and electronic circuits and devices
  • Well-developed ability to clearly communicate verbally and in writing
  • Fluent in English and primary language used in area of responsibility and/or location

Education

Associates Degree in Electrical Technology or related field, or equivalent education and experience

Experience Requirements

  • Minimum of five years of experience working with electrical and electronic systems, circuits, hand tools, soldering, wiring, assembly of electrical prototypes and recording data
  • Three years experience working with engines and engine powered equipment
  • Annual seminars, ongoing technical meetings or related courses required

Physical & Environmental Requirements

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