Test Technician 1 - 2nd Shift
Anord Mardix, a Flex company, is a global leader in critical power solutions. With facilities around the globe, Anord Mardix leads in critical power infrastructure, supporting a myriad of industries, from financial institutions to data centers.
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Electrical Test Technician 1 – 2nd Shift
The Electrical Test Technician 1 is responsible for the testing & troubleshooting of Power Distribution Equipment and related components while ensuring quality workmanship, reliability, & maintaining a safe workplace in all Test areas. The position will operate within the scope of 2nd Shift Factory hours under the direct guidance of the 2nd Shift Test Supervisor.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Test & verify the performance/function of power distribution equipment and assemblies, using multi-meters, current meters, HI‐POT Testers, Phase Rotation Meters, and other testing equipment.
- Read blueprints, schematics, diagrams, or technical orders to determine methods and sequences of assembly, ensuring conformance to product specifications.
- Read inspection and testing procedures, adjustment methods, and certification processes to ensure proper test procedures are followed.
- Obtain and accurately record data obtained during testing using a computer and several types of programs not limited to Modbus Poll, Adobe Acrobat, Word, Excel, various web interfaces, and other specialized programs.
- Complete inspection of all electrical equipment coming into the Test areas.
- Completion of technical reports and Factory Acceptance Tests.
- Verify and install revolving cable layouts for different jobs.
- Make necessary repairs and/or refer test issues to Supervisor for further diagnosis.
- Collaborate with other departments to ensure company product specifications are being followed or to assist with other manufacturing needs.
- Report defective materials or questionable conditions to the Test Department Supervisor.
- Maintain a safe and clean working environment within all Test areas.
- All other duties as assigned.
- This position will train under Test Department Manager during 1st Shift hours.
- High School Education or GED with 1 to 2 years practical work experience testing Low Voltage distribution systems; two‐year technical degree in electronics, engineering, or related field preferred.
Military experience and training in electronics, electricity, engineering, or related fields.
- Experience with L/V Switchgear, Power Distribution Units, Remote Power Panels, Static Switches, & Powered Busway Systems preferred. Data Center and/or equivalent mission-critical systems experience preferred.
- Knowledge and understanding of safety protocols & electrical codes such as NFPA 70E, NEC Code, UL & IEC.
- Knowledge and understanding of 3‐Phase Power, DC Power, Electrical Power Generation, and AC/DC power distribution.
- Understanding of the hazardous nature of the department, and ability to recognize dangerous conditions before any testing action is performed.
- Knowledge and understanding of troubleshooting to the circuit board & component level.
- Ability to use a wide variety of hand tools and test equipment.
- Ability to read schematics and drawings.
- Ability to operate and accurately use a computer for data logging.
- Ability to maintain a tactful, orderly working relationship with other Test Team members.
- Ability to read and write English with excellent communication skills, follow verbal instructions accurately, and understand and apply mathematic equations and practices.
- Ability to work overtime & weekends as needed.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job:
- The employee has constant exposure to an indoor manufacturing environment and occasional exposure to moderate/high noise levels.
- They must stand and walk constantly. The employee has constant use of hands/fingers to grasp, pinch, pull, feel, or handle and manipulate parts and tools.
- They must constantly reach with hands and arms, as well as have the physical ability to kneel, bend, and stoop.
- The employee will have constant repetitive motions and will often be required to lift/move equipment & cables weighing 30+ lbs.
- The employee has constant requirements for specific vision abilities, including close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to focus.
- They must constantly wear eye protection and MANDATORY Personal Protective Equipment (Industry standard safety equipment is provided by the company and specific notice is posted in areas where safety equipment is required).
Constant (5‐8 hrs/shift)
Frequent (2‐5 hrs/shift)
Occasional (Up to 2 hrs/shift)