L3Harris Electronic Test Technician - Satellite Thrusters in Torrance, California
Job Title: Electronic Test Technician - Satellite Thrusters
Job Code: AS20210402-56200
Job Location: Torrance, CA
We currently have an opportunity for an ELECTRONIC TEST TECHNICIAN at our Torrance, California location to test power supplies and power-related units used with satellite propulsion products. In this full-time hourly position you will:
Set up and operate specialized and commercial test equipment, computers and related equipment to perform manual and automated performance and environmental tests on space-qualified power control units
Troubleshoot hardware and equipment to the component level by carrying out activities ranging from minor unit manipulations through complete tear-downs, selecting resistors for installation, and conducting wire and component checks.
Support test anomaly investigations when necessary
Perform test data management activities including data collection, evaluation, and documentation
Assist engineering staff members in the design, procurement, build, and check-out of test equipment, testing and evaluation of software, and review of test procedures.
You will need at least three years of electronics test experience, preferably with high-voltage power supplies, along with an associate's degree in electronics or a related field, OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Other qualifications that will enable you to perform successfully in this position include:
Working experience using digital oscilloscopes, digital meters, current amplifiers and probes, differential probes, thermal chambers, and other common test equipment.
Must be able to work from schematics, drawings, engineering specifications, data sheets, wiring diagrams, and verbal and written instructions.
Thorough knowledge of safety practices utilized when working with high voltage
Effective communication skills are necessary to provide status and reports regarding troubleshooting findings on failed units and general unit status.
The ability to lift items weighing over 50 lbs. and assist in the movement of test bays is necessary.