Electronics Technician (611252)

Primary responsibility is to repair and troubleshoot electro-mechanical products and equipment. Will at times be required to deal directly with Zimmer Orthopedic Surgical Products customers.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Performs routine, non-routine and often highly specialized tests, calibrations and repairs on all Zimmer Orthopaedic Surgical Products. May be required to design and build specialized test equipment, fixtures, or jigs.
Occasionally required to compile, compute, analyze, format and report a variety of technical data.
Understand responsibility to the medical profession and follow GMP's and EPA laws and regulations.
Calibrate and repair of products.
Phone contact with customers, providing technical and clinical support.
Update and format technical data.
Build fixtures and jigs.
Set up and repair ATS, CDIS and Electric Dermatome motor and power supply.
Organize and maintain repair parts inventories.
Assist in training new personnel or International Repair personnel.
Provide Technical support with customer repair personnel on the phone.
Departmental testing and equipment maintenance.
Maintain accurate device history file in the Access Repair System.
Expected Areas of Competence
Must be detail oriented, able to read, understand and follow detailed procedures.
Must have proven ability to meet workmanship standards relative to soldering techniques, use of hand tools and test equipment.
Ability to read, analyze and interpret test data and recognize discrepancies.
Ability to document test results.
Must have component level troubleshooting skills.
Must have excellent communication skills.
Education/Experience Requirements
A.S. in Electronic Technology and a minimum of one year experience troubleshooting using basic electronic test equipment, multimeters, oscilloscopes and power supplies; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Travel Requirements
5% or less
Additional Information
EOE M/W/Vet/Disability

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