Bench Repair Technician (Component Level)

Location Charlotte Town, Canada
JobType Temporary
Salary
Reference 14517

Job Title: Bench Repair Technician (Component Level)

Type: Temporary – 4 business days assumed

Location:  Charlottetown PE C1A 1W3

Starts:  October 26th, 2020

Ends: upon completion – assumed 4 business days

Job Description:

Our client is looking for a Bench Repair/Firmware Technician with component level bench repair experience. Technician will be responsible for upgrading monitor’s firmware in client’s office and will be working in a team of 2 technicians. There are currently no company employees on site.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Client will provide a 'local site coordinator' to work through duration of the on-site project.
  • The Monitor Firmware update is completed within the employee cubicle at the client’s office.
  • Upon completion of the FW upgrade, the monitor 'camera test' needs to be completed via the monitor, docking station and PC configuration resembling the employee user 'cubicle set-up'.
  • Daily completion volume via a 2 Tech Team  is ~ 32 units/day, with project completion ETA = 4 business days or less.
  • Project completion requires Asset List reporting per the information provided by the client.

Qualifications:

  • 2-3 year experience in component level bench repair is mandatory
  • Experienced in practices, methods, materials, tools and equipment of electronic technician trade
  • Possess skills of a Depot Bench Repair Technician
  • Maintain and repair typical electronic systems
  • Nice to have experience repairing desktop, laptops and monitors.
  • Order and receive parts and components
  • Utilization of system utilities, networking and verification tools to diagnose equipment
  • Tracking, reviewing and logging repairs

Educations and Other Requirements

  • Post secondary education in Electronics/Computer Science /IT or related field of study
  • Experience in component level bench repair
  • Experience working on motherboards of electronic equipment
  • Knowledge of support tools
  • Fluent in English (reading, writing and verbal)