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Product Repair and Fault-Finding Technician

Job Description

Date: Oct 24, 2019

Product Repair and Fault-Finding Technician

 

Location:  Plano, Texas

 

Are you an open minded, detail-oriented person with a passion for electronics, troubleshooting, and root cause analysis willing to acquire new knowledge about advanced 5G products, and dive into problem-solving? As a part of establishing a new Smart Factory, we are now recruiting for Product Repair Technicians with solder/rework skills. We are on a journey towards building the future of wireless connectivity, and we want you on our team! 

 

Our Exciting Opportunity:

  • As a Product Repair Technician, you will help to fix and repair 5G products
  • Document errors, and work out solutions in cooperation with the engineering teams
  • Conduct repair buffer analysis, claims analysis, and some troubleshooting
  • Unify electronic repair methods and outcomes between different production shifts
     

You Have:

  • Experience with electronic products and SMT Soldering
  • Understanding of how to replace BGA’s on boards and soldering jumpers as requested by engineers or troubleshooting
  • Knowledge of BGA’s (any level) and can explain the process of replacing a BGA chip on a high level
  • Ability to read electronic drawings and/or take directions from engineers or electronic technicians on parts to be re-worked
  • Worked with schematic diagrams where necessary
  • Experience using a heat gun and solder iron
  • Knowledge and understanding of dangers of ESD on components and effects of humidity and processes involved before rework on PBA’s
  • Ability to solve problems, establish facts and draw valid conclusions
  • Readiness to learn new technologies and processes
  • 2-3 years’ work experience in the electronic field, digital electronics preferred 

 
You might also have:

  • Vocational, Trade, or University education in electronics
  • Excellent computer skills
  • High level of communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with management and colleagues 

 

Why Ericsson:

  • We work in an industry where new opportunities are emerging every day. And as these new opportunities emerge, we see the potential to make a difference.  Our business strategy is our plan, our blueprint and the clear pathway for us to deliver on our mission- to enable the full value of connectivity. We will win by creating technology that is so intuitive, flexible yet robust and reliable that it enables game-changing ideas to be adopted at speed and scale.

 

 

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of employees assigned to this position. Therefore employees assigned may be required to perform additional job tasks required by the manager.

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