Collins McNicholas

Job Description 

Electronic Technician III – Failure Investigation  (18000ENK)

 

Description

Be part of a company that thinks differently to solve problems,

make progress and deliver meaningful innovations

OUR PURPOSE 
• At our Failure Investigation Quality department, we focus on investigating returned devices/

components. Quality Technicians – Failure Investigation are directly involved in the inspection and debug of assemblies

to component level to identify root cause and liaise with Manufacturing, Sustaining, R&D and Software group on

component failure analysis.

Come for a job, stay for a career!

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF:

• Primary activity debugging printed circuit boards 
• Inspect/debug returned devices/ components
• Work from schematics, engineering drawings and written or verbal instructions
• Document failure analysis in the global complaint handling system 
• Operate related equipment; conduct tests and report data in prescribed format.
• Liaise with various functions to identify the root cause of failures

 

Qualifications

KEY SKILLS & EXPERIENCE 
• Electronic Engineering to Diploma level/Associate Engineering Level
• 2 + years of experience in investigation in the electronic industry.
• Working knowledge of Quality system requirements.
• Good computer skills.

 

Primary Location: EMEA-Ireland

Job: Technician

Schedule: Full-Time

Shift: Day Job

Employee Status: Regular

Job Type: Standard

Job Level: Associate / Support Staff

For a confidential discussion and a more detailed job spec (more information on the role), please contact Christina Ni Dhonnacha on 091-706718 or email christina.nidhonnacha@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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