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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN I assists other technicians in the installation, servicing, and repairing of electronic industrial, scientific measurement, and control devices.
The Electronic Technician 1 is the first level of a two-level series of classes. It is distinguished from the higher level by assisting a higher level technician or supervisor in the installation, servicing and repairing of electronic devices, and by the lesser complexity of the equipment worked on. It is distinguished from electricians by the extensive use of electronic testing devices such as oscilloscopes, voltmeters, analyzing and performance of devices or motors regulated by a combination of electron tubes, capacitors, resistors, transformers, and relays.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
The Electronic Technician 1 has occasional telephone and in-person contact with vendors and salespersons to ship and receive materials, and to seek out information on trouble shooting new equipment.
The work of the Electronic Technician 1 is reviewed by a first level supervisor. However, day to day work is generally assigned by a higher level technician. The Electronic Technician 1 receives training, directions,guidance, and assistance in performing the duties of the class from a higher level technician.
Employees in this class work in an electronic shop. Employees must be willing to travel to the job site to perform repairs and maintenance. They must also be willing to work in all types of weather conditions.
Two years of experience repairing and servicing electronic equipment and instruments; or
An Associate's degree in an electronic technology option such as Computer Electronics, Electronic Engineering, or Industrial Electronics; or
Completion of an apprenticeship in one of the above technology areas.