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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN 1 (ELECTRONIC), under direct supervision, constructs, fabricates, repairs, calibrates, installs, and maintains electronic, instrument communication and computer circuits, equipment, and systems used for scientific research, medical research, and administrative applications.
The Instrument Technician 1 (Electronic) is distinguished from the Instrument Technician 2 (Electronic) in that the primary function of positions in this class is to perform routine technician work. Entry into the higher class would not be possible without additional experience in repair, construction, fabrication, installation, and maintenance of electronic, instrument, communication, and computer equipment.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Allocation of positions to this class will depend on the total work performed which may include one or a combination of the duties or tasks listed below. Examples of assignments allocated to this level of difficulty and responsibility are:
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class are in regular personal contact with faculty investigators, staff and students while fabricating, constructing, calibrating, repairing, installing and servicing electronic, instrument, communication, and computer equipment. Employees are in occasional contact by telephone or in-person with vendors to purchase parts and with manufacturers service representatives to exchange information and to receive assistance on the assembly, repair, calibration, or exchange of equipment, instruments, modules, or parts.
Employees in this class may receive direction from an Instrument Technician 3 and supervision from a faculty investigator or administrator. Construction and installation work is reviewed daily. Other work is reviewed on an ongoing basis, including feedback from faculty investigators, staff, and students.
One year of experience fabricating, maintaining, and installing research and/or business electronic equipment and systems; or completion of an Electronic Technician Apprenticeship program; or an Associate's degree in an Electronic Engineering Technician program.