Applied Minds

Senior Electrical Engineering Technician

US-CA-Burbank

Overview

The Senior Electrical Engineering Technician designs, installs, maintains and repairs wiring and electronic components, parts, equipment and systems.  Apply electrical theory and related knowledge to test, troubleshoot and modify electrical machinery, electrical control equipment and circuitry. 

Responsibilities

  • Assemble, mount and integrate electronic equipment racks, cabinets and accessories
  • Install and assemble electronic systems based on technical specifications
  • Run electrical cable and accurately make cable and wiring connections
  • Route, bundle and ensure secure cable and wire management
  • Interpret drawings, technical manuals and instructions for perform system installation activities    
  • Diagnose cause of electrical or mechanical malfunction and perform preventative and corrective maintenance              
  • Maintain documentation of system installation and maintenance procedures
  • Develop wiring diagrams, layout drawings, and engineering specifications for system modifications
  • All other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Required: 

  • 10+ years of experience in installation, repair and maintenance of electrical system equipment and components
  • Associate Degree or other formal training in electrical background
  • Strong electrical knowledge of electrical systems, breakers and power distribution systems, motors, motor control equipment, instrumentation, PLC's and AC/DC drive systems 

Preferred:

  • Experience working with vehicular electrical/electronic/electromechanical systems
  • Experience with broadcast wiring
  • Experience working with theatrical lighting equipment and/or control systems
  • Experience working with photovoltaic and/or battery systems
  • Experience working in professional electrical construction
  • Experience installing and maintaining two-way radio voice and data communications systems

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