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The Test Technician develops knowledge of the job skills, company policies and procedures to complete a wide variety of difficult assignments/tasks. Thorough understanding of the general/technical aspects of the job. Works on assignments that are moderately complex in nature and require ordinary problem resolution and independent judgment. Works under limited supervision and normally receives no instruction on routine work and general instructions given for new assignments.
Education and Experience Required:
- Minimum requirement of a high school diploma and typically an Associate's degree or equivalent experience with an additional 3-6 years of work experience desired.
- May include highly experienced individuals performing equivalent work who are non-degreed or degreed in an unrelated field.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Basic knowledge in the field of electro-mechanical technology.
Uses knowledge and leadership skills to guide direct labor resources in performing daily prototype intermediate and final assembly line duties including line management and Work In Progress movement. Must understand upstream and downstream customers from a technical perspective. Ensures product line quality by using Statistical Process Control and other analytical tools to validate process control. Able to recover from normal low impact equipment and processing faults, execute escalation plans, and disposition non-conforming material appropriately to ensure line continuity. Able to qualify both processes and equipment. Trains Direct Labor resources and certifies to Level I/II. Runs non-standard processing and engineering experiments and can support standard processing as required. Helps establish daily shift priorities to meet business objectives.
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