Perform diversified duties to analyze, troubleshoot, repair and test a variety of electromechanical products.  Must be able to work from and read print specifications, test schematics, technical manuals as well as written/verbal instructions or other pertinent documentation.  Must be able to use, set-up, troubleshoot and repair, as required a variety of assembly and test equipment including scales, verniers, micrometer, torque gauges, continuity light, power supply, multimeter, oscilloscope, hypot and other specified equipment.  Must be able to initiate and implement corrective action as needed.



Analyze, repair and test returned products.

Initiate and implement corrective action as required.

Select and set-up appropriate assembly and test fixtures and/or equipment.

Perform other duties as assigned or as may be necessary.

Ensure good quality and maintain a clean and safe work area at all times.



Assemble electromechanical products as needed.

Perform final acceptance of operational testing on electrically operated devices as needed.

Inspect/test subassemblies and finished goods as required.



High school plus specialized training in the use of testing devices and measuring tools such as micrometers, verniers, coordinate measuring machine, comparator, Rockwell hardness tester, tread, pin and torque gauges, power supplies, dielectric, multimeters, scales, continuity tester, hypot, power supplies, oscilloscope, and ohmeter plus one to three years of relevant experience.   Must be capable of lifting 5 – 25 lbs. on a continuous basis.


Electroswitch is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and provides Equal employment opportunities for all current and prospective employees.  The Company will ensure that all terms of employment are provided without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, military status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristics protected by law.

Electroswitch will provide reasonable accommodations which do not impose an undue hardship on the company, to enable individuals with disabilities to participate fully in the interviewing and hiring process and during their employment in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.